According to official documents submitted to the Israeli High Court of Justice and obtained by the Israeli daily, the Hretz, the West Bank includes 1.
What does IHCJ stand for?
IHCJ stands for Israeli High Court of Justice
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We urge you and the Israeli High Court of Justice not to approve this cabinet resolution as it will only damage academia in Israel and cast doubt on Israel's academic legitimacy internationally in-so-much as it will forever link the occupation policies of the right-wing government to academia exported from within green line Israel.
King said that the decision of Israeli High Court of Justice has "prevented the owners from using land they owned for almost 10 years.
His asylum appeal in 2006 was denied by the Israeli High Court of Justice, and Injaz was driven back to the West Bank.
On September 6, the Israeli High Court of Justice is scheduled to consider their case, according to Falk.
According to Wikpedia, the Israeli High Court of Justice ruled in 2002 that refusal to serve was legally permissible on the grounds of unqualified pacifism, but "selective refusal", which accepted some duties, but not others, was not legally permissible.