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Military Order 1818 - Discretion to order social welfare reports for remand hearings

[3 October 2019] – Following a Supreme Court petition filed in 2017, the Israeli military commander in the West Bank has issued a new military order giving military judges the discretion to require the production of social welfare reports at remand hearings for Palestinian children indicted in military courts. The purpose of these reports is to assist the court in deciding whether or not to release a child on bail, and under what conditions.

Annual report of the Secretary-General on children and armed conflict

[29 August 2019] – On 20 June 2019, the UN released the Annual Report of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict. The report highlights global trends regarding the impact of armed conflict on children in 15 locations currently on the agenda of the Security Council, including Israel and Palestine.

UK lawyers' report - 7-years on

[26 June 2019] - This month marks 7 years since a delegation of UK lawyers reviewed the treatment of Palestinian children under Israeli military law and published their findings and recommendations. The Foreign Office funded report found undisputed evidence of violations of international law.

Annexation is a flagrant violation of international law, says UN human rights expert

[20 June 2019] - Recent statements by senior Israeli political leaders and US diplomats in support of the annexation of parts or all of the occupied West Bank by Israel fly in the face of the absolute prohibition against the annexation of occupied territories, a UN human rights expert said today.

Army's top lawyer says ICC has no jurisdiction

[28 May 2019] - Top Israeli military lawyer says Israel is a law-abiding country, with an independent and strong judicial system, and there is no reason for its actions to be scrutinized by the ICC. While these comments were largely confined to border demonstrations, they appear to understate the potential for legal exposure.


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