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necessarily a citizen of Jordan, and each category [of passport holder] has its own laws and regulations ... Further, the granting of a temporary passport [to individuals like the petitioner] was intended to facilitate the movement of those persons, and [it was motivated by] the special relationship that ties

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: Alfred de Zayas

the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group, as such: (a) killing members of the group (b) causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group (c) deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

demolition of houses is invariably carried out on the basis of a suspicion that their owners, or any one living in the houses, may have been involved in fedayeen activities. Such operations are carried out without inves- tigation and the suspects are not brought to trial. Houses are demolished regardless of

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: Richard Falk

's interest to improve the lot of the Palestinians living under the Palestin- ian Authority as quickly as possible at the street level. Similarly, it was important for the PLO leadership to expand its political base in areas under its control by creating employment opportunities and improving life

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

, leisure, play, recreational activities, cultural life and the arts (art. 31) in the paragraph on non-discrimination contains a long list of groups of children whose rights should be given particular attention: … including, inter alia, girls, children with disabilities, children living in poor or

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

hours a day, every day of the year, and which will allow the preservation of the fabric of life in the area. It has also been decided to improve the road system between the vil- lages involved in this petition, in order to tighten the bonds between them, and between them and Ramallah. Likewise, the

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

giving of an opinion (d) The mere fact that the question may have been politically motivated can- not prevent the Court from rendering its advisory opinion (3) Conclusion PART B. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Chapter 3. A Chronology of the Main Events Concerning Palestine (1 ) The Territory of Palestine (2

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: Stephanie Koury

. It disregarded petitioners' argument that the fence was motivated by political considerations because it was not built on the Green Line but within the OPT. This approach also enables the Israeli court to rely on government statements that the Wall in not a political border or the temporary nature of

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online

the judicial system is to provide persons with security and order in their lives. Justice Barak's solu- tion creates an opposite reality, for it imposes on East Jerusalem Palestinians a defective status and a life of uncertainty, making them dependent on Israel's political considerations and goals

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online
Author: Gamal Abouali

Interferences with Palestinian Property Rights..............................84 C. Violations of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights................................89 1. Non-discrimination..............................................................................91 2. The Right to Earn a Living

In: The Palestine Yearbook of International Law Online