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    Israeli settlements on Palestinian land: Simulated decision of the Supreme Court of the State of I

     

    Press Release Israeli settlements on Palestinian land: Simulated decision of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel   Israeli media expressed surprise at the government's intention to disobey a "final" Supreme Court decision, purportedly entered a year ago, which required the demolition by May 1, 2012, of a settlement, unlawfully constructed on Palestinian land.  However, the evidence shows that for a full decade, since the implementation of a new electronic record system in the Supreme Court, there are no "final", entered decisions of the Supreme Court.  All decisions are 'subject to changes', and the Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court refuses to certify any of the Court's decisions. In March 2002, a simulated justice system was established in the State of Israel by the Supreme Court itself.         Supreme Court of the State of Israel. Prior to 2002, all electronic records were certified by the late Chief Clerk, "True copy of the original". Today, all records are noted as 'subject to changes'. The Beit El's Ulpana, unlawfully constructed on Palestinian land. View as PDF:  http://www.scribd.com/doc/91726045/   Jerusalem, April 29 -  recent reports by Israeli media have expressed surprise at the government's decision to disobey a "final" decision of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel, purportedly entered a year ago.  The decision required the demolition of Beit El's Ulpana, unlawfully constructed on Palestinian land.  Today, Haaretz editorial rebukes the conduct of the Israeli government, which undermines "Israel's rule of law."   In a letter to the editor of Haaretz daily, Joseph Zernik, PhD, of Human Rights Alert (NGO) notes that such reports and opinions are founded in error: No "final" decision of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel on the matter has ever been entered.  The letter explains that for the past decade there have been no "final" decisions of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel: Prior to the March 2002 all electronic records of the decisions of the Supreme Court were certified by the late Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court SHMARYAHU COHEN. Since March 2002 all decisions of the Supreme Court are 'subject to changes', as clearly noted in the body of each and every decision. The Administration of Courts refuses to respond on Freedom of Information request, regarding the legal foundation for such profound change in the decisions of the Supreme Court after March 2002. The  Regulations of the Courts - Office of the Clerk  (2004) appear to assign the authority for the certification of decisions of the courts to the respective Chief Clerks.  However, the same Regulations authorize the Director of the Administration of Courts to modify the regulations, as necessary, in the process of implementing the electronic record systems of the courts.  The Administration of Courts refuses to disclose the modifications, implemented pursuant to this clause. The Administration of Courts refused to identify the person, who holds the ultimate administrative authority over the electronic records of the Supreme Court. The Administration of Courts refuses to produce the appointment record of Ms SARAH LIFSCHITZ, who is today r

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