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Following petition: Israel allows Palestinian from the West Bank and her daughter to return to their home through the Allenby Bridge border crossing
AP 36588-03-20 R. S. et al., v. Civil Administration in the West Bank et al. (March 17, 2020) (Read More »)

Israel refused to let a Palestinian citizen of Israel enter the Gaza Strip to reunite with her spouse
HCJ 1481/18 N. J. et al. v. GOC Southern Command et al. (February 19, 2018), HCJ 1851/20 N. J. et al. v. GOC Southern Command et al. (filed March 9, 2020) (Read More »)

Following petitions by Gisha, the Gaza CLA retracts permit denials over alleged “invalid phone numbers” provided by permit applicants
AP 5897-07-19 (filed on July 2, 2019), AP 50133-01-20 (filed on January 21, 2020), AP 67380-02-20 (filed on February 26, 2020) (Read More »)

Following petition by Gisha, a Palestinian citizen of Israel entered Israel with her children to attend her mother’s wedding
AP 3668-02-20 Y. v. Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories et al. (submitted February 2, 2020) (Read More »)

In 12 of 16 petitions filed by Gisha against Israel’s refusal to allow West Bank-registered Palestinians to relocate from Gaza to the West Bank due to an alleged “security block,” block removed following petition
Summary of petitions filed by Gisha for the removal of “security blocks” throughout 2019. (Read More »)

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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 »)

Poll: Israeli public opinion vis-à-vis Gaza during the coronavirus pandemic
May 7, 2020. An opinion poll commissioned by Gisha in early April 2020 shows that amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority, or at least a plurality, of the Israeli public support (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 »)

Statement by Gisha Executive Director, Tania Hary, at the UN Security Council Statement by Gisha Executive Director, Tania Hary, at the UN Security Council
On November 21, Gisha Executive Director Tania Hary addressed the United Nations Security Council in New York City. Hary, who was invited to brief the Council on the situation (Read More »)

Gaza Access and Movement: 2018 Summary Gaza Access and Movement: 2018 Summary
In the last year alone, numerous events took place in Gaza, and in the region more broadly, that contributed to a significant deterioration in the economic and humanitarian situation (Read More »)

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