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The Israeli Approach to Detain Terrorist Suspects and International Humanitarian Law: The Decision Anonymous v. State of Israel

@inproceedings{Lahmann2009TheIA,
  title={The Israeli Approach to Detain Terrorist Suspects and International Humanitarian Law: The Decision Anonymous v. State of Israel},
  author={Henning Lahmann},
  year={2009}
}
An analysis of the Israeli High Court decision Anonymous v. Israel (June 11, 2008), which follows the court's famous Targeted Killings decision and attempts to apply some of its findings to the context of the detention of so-called "enemy combatants". The judgment is reviewed with special focus on the merits' compatibility with the legal regime regarding occupation set up by the Geneva Conventions. 
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