The Resource Access denied : Israeli measures to deny Palestinians access to land around settlements, Researched and written by Ofir Feuerstein ; Data coordination by Suhair 'Abdi-Habiballah, Antigona Ashkar, Maayan Geva, Yael Handelsman, Simcha Levental, Noam Preiss, Ronen Shimoni ; Fieldwork by Atef Abu a-Rub, Musa Abu Hashhash, Najib Abu Rokayah, 'Isaa 'Amro, Avi Berg, Salma a-Deba'i, Ofir Feuerstein, Iyad Hadad, Kareem Jubran, Yehezkel Lein, Asaf Peled, 'Abd al-Karim Sa'adi, Oren Yakobovich, Suha Zeid ; Translated by Michelle Bubis, Zvi Shulman ; Edited by Michelle Bubis

Access denied : Israeli measures to deny Palestinians access to land around settlements, Researched and written by Ofir Feuerstein ; Data coordination by Suhair 'Abdi-Habiballah, Antigona Ashkar, Maayan Geva, Yael Handelsman, Simcha Levental, Noam Preiss, Ronen Shimoni ; Fieldwork by Atef Abu a-Rub, Musa Abu Hashhash, Najib Abu Rokayah, 'Isaa 'Amro, Avi Berg, Salma a-Deba'i, Ofir Feuerstein, Iyad Hadad, Kareem Jubran, Yehezkel Lein, Asaf Peled, 'Abd al-Karim Sa'adi, Oren Yakobovich, Suha Zeid ; Translated by Michelle Bubis, Zvi Shulman ; Edited by Michelle Bubis

Label
Access denied : Israeli measures to deny Palestinians access to land around settlements
Title
Access denied
Title remainder
Israeli measures to deny Palestinians access to land around settlements
Statement of responsibility
Researched and written by Ofir Feuerstein ; Data coordination by Suhair 'Abdi-Habiballah, Antigona Ashkar, Maayan Geva, Yael Handelsman, Simcha Levental, Noam Preiss, Ronen Shimoni ; Fieldwork by Atef Abu a-Rub, Musa Abu Hashhash, Najib Abu Rokayah, 'Isaa 'Amro, Avi Berg, Salma a-Deba'i, Ofir Feuerstein, Iyad Hadad, Kareem Jubran, Yehezkel Lein, Asaf Peled, 'Abd al-Karim Sa'adi, Oren Yakobovich, Suha Zeid ; Translated by Michelle Bubis, Zvi Shulman ; Edited by Michelle Bubis
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Contributor
Author
Editor
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Researcher
Translator
Subject
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Language
  • eng
  • heb
  • eng
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Cataloging source
KLL
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Feuerstein, Ofir
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
Translation of Hebrew work titled: Adamah shedudah
LC call number
JC571
LC item number
.H93 2338 Doc.142 ONLINE
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Bubis, Michelle
  • Shulman, Zvi
  • Be-tselem (Organization : Jerusalem)
Series statement
  • B'Tselem report,
  • Human rights documents. Middle East
Series volume
2338, doc. 142
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  • Palestinian Arabs
  • Freedom of movement
  • Land settlement
  • Jews
  • Human rights
  • Freedom of movement
  • Human rights
  • Jews
  • Land settlement
  • Palestinian Arabs
  • Israel
  • West Bank
  • Landrecht
  • Grundeigentum
  • Siedlungsausbau
  • Eskalation
  • Besetzte Gebiete
  • Palästinenser
  • Israel
  • Juden
Label
Access denied : Israeli measures to deny Palestinians access to land around settlements, Researched and written by Ofir Feuerstein ; Data coordination by Suhair 'Abdi-Habiballah, Antigona Ashkar, Maayan Geva, Yael Handelsman, Simcha Levental, Noam Preiss, Ronen Shimoni ; Fieldwork by Atef Abu a-Rub, Musa Abu Hashhash, Najib Abu Rokayah, 'Isaa 'Amro, Avi Berg, Salma a-Deba'i, Ofir Feuerstein, Iyad Hadad, Kareem Jubran, Yehezkel Lein, Asaf Peled, 'Abd al-Karim Sa'adi, Oren Yakobovich, Suha Zeid ; Translated by Michelle Bubis, Zvi Shulman ; Edited by Michelle Bubis
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Publication
Note
"September 2008."
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • page 19 -- Chapter 3:
  • Lawbreaking Settlers and the Authorities' Failure to Enforce the Law,
  • page 22; A.
  • Creeping annexation and the silent consent of the authorities,
  • page 23; B.
  • Settler violence, abuse, and harassment,
  • page 25 -- Chapter 4:
  • The Defense Establishment and the institutionalization of Denying Palestinian Access,
  • page 32; A.
  • Denying access becomes official Israeli policy,
  • Executive summary, page 7 -- Introduction, page 9 -- Chapter 1:
  • page 32; B.
  • The scope of the closed areas,
  • page 36; C.
  • Deviations in implementing the "special security area" plan,
  • page 39; D.
  • Retroactive approval of unauthorized closing of land,
  • page 40; E.
  • Israel's attempts to fence unauthorized outposts,
  • page 41; F.
  • Orders intended to regulate closing of land,
  • Historical background: Land Grab in the West Bank,
  • page 42; G.
  • Permanent temporariness,
  • page 44; H.
  • Expulsion of Palestinians from land by security forces,
  • page 46 -- Chapter 5:
  • Placing Obstacles before Palestinians Wanting to Enter Closed Lands,
  • page 50; A.
  • Recognition of ownership of the land,
  • page 51; B.
  • Dictating the time of entry,
  • page 15; A.
  • page 52; C.
  • Entry subject to settler consent,
  • page 57 -- Chapter 6:
  • Granting Free Access to Settlers,
  • page 62 -- Chapter 7:
  • The Harm to Palestinians: An Overview,
  • page 68; A.
  • Economy and agriculture,
  • page 68, B.
  • Demolition of Palestinian houses adjacent to settlements,
  • Establishment of settlements and transfer of Israelis to populate them,
  • page 71; C.
  • Infringement of the right to be heard,
  • page 72; D.
  • Infringement of the right to usage fees and compensation,
  • page 75; E.
  • Additional kinds of harm,
  • page 76 -- Chapter 8:
  • Israeli Policy from a Legal Perspective: Unlawful Infringement of Human Rights,
  • page 79; A.
  • The prohibition on settlement in occupied territory and the obligation to evacuate the settlements,
  • page 15; B.
  • page 79; B.
  • Denying Palestinians access to land and infringement of human rights,
  • page 80; C.
  • The obligation to protect settlers, proportionality, and their manipulation,
  • page 82. -- Conclusions, page 84
  • Mechanisms for taking over land to benefit settlements,
  • page 16; -- Chapter 2:
  • Physical Barriers around Settlements,
Control code
973233860
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (80 pages : illustrations)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)973233860
Label
Access denied : Israeli measures to deny Palestinians access to land around settlements, Researched and written by Ofir Feuerstein ; Data coordination by Suhair 'Abdi-Habiballah, Antigona Ashkar, Maayan Geva, Yael Handelsman, Simcha Levental, Noam Preiss, Ronen Shimoni ; Fieldwork by Atef Abu a-Rub, Musa Abu Hashhash, Najib Abu Rokayah, 'Isaa 'Amro, Avi Berg, Salma a-Deba'i, Ofir Feuerstein, Iyad Hadad, Kareem Jubran, Yehezkel Lein, Asaf Peled, 'Abd al-Karim Sa'adi, Oren Yakobovich, Suha Zeid ; Translated by Michelle Bubis, Zvi Shulman ; Edited by Michelle Bubis
Publication
Note
"September 2008."
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • page 19 -- Chapter 3:
  • Lawbreaking Settlers and the Authorities' Failure to Enforce the Law,
  • page 22; A.
  • Creeping annexation and the silent consent of the authorities,
  • page 23; B.
  • Settler violence, abuse, and harassment,
  • page 25 -- Chapter 4:
  • The Defense Establishment and the institutionalization of Denying Palestinian Access,
  • page 32; A.
  • Denying access becomes official Israeli policy,
  • Executive summary, page 7 -- Introduction, page 9 -- Chapter 1:
  • page 32; B.
  • The scope of the closed areas,
  • page 36; C.
  • Deviations in implementing the "special security area" plan,
  • page 39; D.
  • Retroactive approval of unauthorized closing of land,
  • page 40; E.
  • Israel's attempts to fence unauthorized outposts,
  • page 41; F.
  • Orders intended to regulate closing of land,
  • Historical background: Land Grab in the West Bank,
  • page 42; G.
  • Permanent temporariness,
  • page 44; H.
  • Expulsion of Palestinians from land by security forces,
  • page 46 -- Chapter 5:
  • Placing Obstacles before Palestinians Wanting to Enter Closed Lands,
  • page 50; A.
  • Recognition of ownership of the land,
  • page 51; B.
  • Dictating the time of entry,
  • page 15; A.
  • page 52; C.
  • Entry subject to settler consent,
  • page 57 -- Chapter 6:
  • Granting Free Access to Settlers,
  • page 62 -- Chapter 7:
  • The Harm to Palestinians: An Overview,
  • page 68; A.
  • Economy and agriculture,
  • page 68, B.
  • Demolition of Palestinian houses adjacent to settlements,
  • Establishment of settlements and transfer of Israelis to populate them,
  • page 71; C.
  • Infringement of the right to be heard,
  • page 72; D.
  • Infringement of the right to usage fees and compensation,
  • page 75; E.
  • Additional kinds of harm,
  • page 76 -- Chapter 8:
  • Israeli Policy from a Legal Perspective: Unlawful Infringement of Human Rights,
  • page 79; A.
  • The prohibition on settlement in occupied territory and the obligation to evacuate the settlements,
  • page 15; B.
  • page 79; B.
  • Denying Palestinians access to land and infringement of human rights,
  • page 80; C.
  • The obligation to protect settlers, proportionality, and their manipulation,
  • page 82. -- Conclusions, page 84
  • Mechanisms for taking over land to benefit settlements,
  • page 16; -- Chapter 2:
  • Physical Barriers around Settlements,
Control code
973233860
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (80 pages : illustrations)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)973233860

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