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Following Gisha’s High Court petition, Israel allows travel from Israel into Gaza for mourning rituals during the pandemic
HCJ 8510/20 I.B. v. Minister of Defense et al.’ (judgment dated December 21, 2020) (Read More »)

Following petitions, Israel allows individuals with West Bank addresses to travel from Gaza to the West Bank and announces review of policy restricting such travel due to the coronavirus
AP 36580-03-20 A.M. v. COGAT et al.; AP 674544-02-20 A.L. v. COGAT et al.; AP 74117-06-20 M.M. v. COGAT et al.; AP 18654-07-20 R.Z. et al. v. COGAT et al. (Read More »)

Israel prevents a woman from Gaza from visiting her gravely ill father in the West Bank, together with her three children
AP 46697-07-20 N.Z. et al. v. Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (Read More »)

Following petition by Gisha, Israel allows family of five to return from Jordan to their home in Gaza
AP 52617-09-20 A. K. et al. v. Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories (judgment dated October 7, 2020) (Read More »)

Gaza resident reunited with his wife and children in Qatar following a petition filed by Gisha
AP 23943-08-20 T.W. et al. v. Coordinator of Government of Activities in the Territories et al. (Judgment dated August 16, 2020) (Read More »)

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Gaza Up Close Gaza Up Close
High unemployment; long blackouts, severe shortages of clean water, limited economic opportunities; a very young, educated population with immense potential, and a closure that undermines their chances of succeeding. This is life in Gaza today. (Read More »)

Area G: From Separation to Annexation Area G: From Separation to Annexation
Israel’s isolation of the Gaza Strip and how it serves annexationist goals in the West Bank (Read More »)

If Only – Young Palestinians in Gaza on What Freedom of Movement Means to Them If Only – Young Palestinians in Gaza on What Freedom of Movement Means to Them
To mark International Human Rights Day, Gisha is proud to release If Only, a new clip exploring what freedom of movement means to young people in Gaza. Recently, 23-year-old photographer (Read More »)

It’s time for a different conversation about Gaza It’s time for a different conversation about Gaza
Residents of Gaza cannot participate in the elections, but their lives are directly impacted by them. Israel still controls countless aspects of life in Gaza, including people’s (Read More »)

International Women’s Day International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is being marked today around the world. For us at Gisha, it’s an opportunity to reflect on the prices, both economic and personal, that Palestinian (Read More »)

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