Monthly Archives: January 2013

Youth falsely detained

Wednesday, January 30, 10:27 Are the Israeli Police too quick to detain “hilltop youth”? Honenu, which provides assistance to soldiers and civilians who find themselves in difficult legal predicaments due to the complex security situation in Israel, replies, “Definitely yes.” … Continue reading

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Young girls detained “Circling the Gates” in Jerusalem

Monday, January 21, 10:47 Two Jewish girls aged 14, Y. and S., were detained last night in the Old City of Jerusalem as they were “Circling the Gates”. The police claimed that they illegally affixed stickers and issued a restraining … Continue reading

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District court judge ruled: Magistrate court judge erred and violated rights of the detainees

Thursday, January 3, 2013, 19:39 In an urgent appeal filed by Honenu attorney David HaLevi on the remand extension of the Esh Kodesh detainees, Judge Friedman-Feldman criticized the decision of the Jerusalem Magistrate Court. “Indeed the first court erred,” she … Continue reading

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Probation officer berated parents over religious beliefs

Wednesday, January 2, 7:37 In a meeting between the parents of the youth accused of involvement with a clash between Jews and Arabs during the traditional dance and flag waving celebration (Flag Dance) on the most recent Jerusalem Day (May … Continue reading

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Esh Kodesh: Tuesday’s detainees will be brought to court, disturbances expected again on Wednesday

Wednesday, January 2, 2013, 7:33 On Tuesday, January 1, Arabs arrived at the community of Esh Kodesh in the Binyamin region with authorization from and guarded by the army, in order to plow fields within the area of the community. … Continue reading

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