The judicial arm of the occupation: the Israeli military courts in the occupied territories

@article{Weill2007TheJA,
  title={The judicial arm of the occupation: the Israeli military courts in the occupied territories},
  author={S. Weill},
  journal={International Review of the Red Cross},
  year={2007},
  volume={89},
  pages={395 - 419}
}
  • S. Weill
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • International Review of the Red Cross
Abstract Since the beginning of the Israeli occupation more than 200,000 cases have been brought before military courts, where Palestinian civilians have been prosecuted and judged by the military authorities. However, despite the large number of judicial decisions, this jurisprudence has not received the attention it merits. Academic researchers and NGOs have usually examined the procedural rights of the accused and have only rarely dealt with other legal matters. This article aims to examine… Expand
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