Monthly Archives: September 2021

Destau Bisset’s family: “Apprehend our father’s murderers!”

Please click here for a list of posts relating to the mid-May Arab rioting throughout Israel. Thursday, September 30, 2021, 11:55 The family of Destau Bisset, z”l, who was murdered in Ramle during Arab riots at the time of Operation … Continue reading

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Security forces injure protesters at Yitzhar outpost

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 19:57 At approximately six in the morning on Wednesday, September 29, large numbers of border police, IDF, and Yassam forces began removing a structure from an outpost near Yitzhar. By late morning, two minors approximately 14 … Continue reading

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Detained youth awarded 5,000 NIS

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 12:30 A youth, A., who was detained and summoned for interrogation without grounds due to a police error, has been awarded 5,000 NIS in compensation. Approximately two years ago, A. was detained at a demonstration opposite … Continue reading

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Trial of suspects in attack on Eli Rozen opened

Please click here for a list of posts relating to cases in which Honenu provided legal counsel to victims of antisemitic attacks in Jerusalem. Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 11:46 On Monday, September 13, the trial of five suspects in the … Continue reading

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Military Court exonerated terrorist who shot Ben-Yosef Livnat, Hy”d

Monday, September 13, 2021, 16:56 A panel of judges headed by the President of the Military Court of Appeals, Judge Colonel Netanel Benisho, exonerated Noaf Fahd Nawaf  Benni Uda from murder and left standing the conviction handed down by the … Continue reading

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Three youths awarded 37,500 NIS for rights violations

Sunday, September 12, 2021, 15:35 Jerusalem Magistrates Court Judge Aharon Orenstein ordered the police and the Prison Service to pay three youths 37,500 NIS in compensation for violations of their rights. The three youths were detained approximately two years ago … Continue reading

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Shots fired at Acco victim’s place of residence

Please click here for a list of posts relating to the mid-May Arab rioting throughout Israel and here for a list of posts relating to cases in which Honenu has represented victims of rock or Molotov cocktail attacks. Sunday, September … Continue reading

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Another suspect in Bisset murder case released

Please click here for a list of posts relating to the mid-May Arab rioting throughout Israel. Monday, September 6, 2021, 13:45 After his remand was extended twice – see here and here for more details – Iman Abu Sif, a … Continue reading

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Pride March Protest Cases

Honenu has represented many citizens whose fundamental rights to freedom of expression and freedom of protest have been violated with regard to pride marches. Please see below posts about some of the cases. September 5, 2021: J’lem resident sues over … Continue reading

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J’lem resident sues over false detention during Pride March

Honenu is currently handling a disturbing number of cases in which the police have falsely detained citizens in the context of pride marches, for no apparent reason, and has represented many citizens whose fundamental rights, including freedom of expression and … Continue reading

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