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Shurat HaDin Files Petition Against Turkey Reconciliation Deal

Shurat HaDin-Israel Law Center’s President Nitsana Darshan-Leitner appeared last week before Israel’s Supreme Court, sitting as the High Court of Justice (the “Bagatz”), to argue that the recent agreement with Turkey to restore relations between the tw …

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Sudai v. Palestinian Authority

Itamar Sudai, a 21 year old Israeli soldier, was killed by PA employees and officers, who were rioting in the area of Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus.

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Sherakiya v. Palestinian Authority

The plaintiff is an Israeli-Arab recruited by the Israeli security forces to work as an agent in Jenin.

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Dikstein v. the Palestinian Authority; Leibowitz v. the Palestinian Authority

On July 26th, 2002, Rabbi Yosef Dikstein and his wife, Hannah, were driving with 6 of their 10 children to visit some friends in the settlement of Maon. Four terrorists, who were positioned on the side of the road that links the two settlements, were prepared to ambush the family and anyone Jewish who crossed their path.

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Eisenmann v. Palestinian Authority

Gal Eisenman was 5 years old when she and her grandmother, Noa Alon, got back from a kindergarten concert of Gal’s and stepped into the proximity of the popular French Hill bus stop and hitchhiking post. Minutes before, a suicide bomber had managed to run past heightened security that surrounded the bus stop.

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Norzitz v. the Palestinian Authority

On October 12th, 2000, two IDF reserve soldiers – Yossi Avraham and Vadim Norzitz- accidentally entered the Palestinian Authority controlled city of Ramallah after missing the Israeli checkpoint on their way back to base.

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Reizal v. Islamic Jihad

On June 5, 2002, members of the Islamic Jihad, a terror organization whose stated purpose is the destruction of Israel, carried out an attack on a public bus that killed ten Israeli men and women.

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Gavish v. Palestinian Authority

On the last night of Passover in 2002 in the hilltop town of Elon Moreh, the Gavish family was celebrating the end of the holiday when a terrorist infiltrated their home.

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Lifsitz v. Palestinian Authority

On February 25, 2002, Aharon Gorov, Avraham Fish and his daughter, Tamara Lifsitz, were driving from Jerusalem to their home in Nokdim. While passing through the Tekoa Junction, members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization ambushed them and shot 60 bullets at their car.

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Davidovich v. Palestinian Authority

On February 18, 2002, Ahuva Emergi was driving back to her home in Gush Katif, when a Palestinian terrorist opened fire on her car.

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