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Israel's Most Recent Decision

The most recent decision from Israel is Ministry of the Interior Population, Immigration and Border Authority v Waldo Simon, a decision rendered in Israel by the Beer Sheva District Court, Sitting as the Court for Administrative Affairs on Jun 3, 2013, involving an applicant from Eritrea. A brief summary of the facts of the case is:

Courts in Israel

Supreme Court
Tel Aviv – Jaffa District Court, sitting as the Court for Administrative Affairs
Central District Court, Sitting as the Court for Administrative Affairs
Jerusalem District Court, sitting as the Court for Administrative Affairs
Supreme Court, sitting as the Appeals Court for Administrative Affairs
Beer Sheva District Court, Sitting as the Court for Administrative Affairs

The National Coordinators for Israel are:

Tomer Broude

Tomer Broude is a Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations, and the Academic Director of the Minerva Center for Human Rights. He is Read More Read more
   

Uzi Vogelman

Uzi Vogelman is currently a Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel. In April 2007 he was appointed acting Supreme Court Justice for one year prior to his official appointment. Previously, Justice Vogelman had been Read More Read more