Israeli High Court recognizes ties of Jerusalem-born Palestinians to their city

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By allmepadmin / March 17 2017

A precedent-setting ruling has been made in the case of a Jerusalem-born Palestinian-American

“Israel’s High Court of Justice has recognized the special ties of Jerusalem-born Palestinians to their city — a precedent-setting ruling that could help protect their residency rights.
Since capturing traditionally Arab east Jerusalem in 1967, Israel has stripped 14,500 Palestinians of their residency rights. Reasons included prolonged absence from Jerusalem, even in cases where Palestinians moved to the outskirts because of housing shortages in the city or went abroad to study.

This week, three Supreme Court judges ordered the state to restore the residency of a Jerusalem-born Palestinian, now 58, who moved to the United States as a child but returned to the city.

Read the full story in The Times of Israel

Israeli High Court recognizes ties of Jerusalem-born Palestinians to their city

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