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Keren Michaeli

Case Review: Pardoning Protestors against the Disengagement from Gaza

[Crop of image of settlers from the Gaza settlement of Bedolach during evacuation. Image from Wikimedia Commons.]

HCJ 1213/10, Eyal Nir, et al. v. Speaker of the Knesset, et al  (decision delivered 23 February 2012) "Within the Hebrew language's concept of amnesty," wrote former Israeli Supreme Court Justice Haim Cohen, "there has long been an element of free and unrestricted will, even of arbitrariness" (AD 13/60, The Attorney General v. Matanah). The Supreme Court’s decision rejecting the petition against the “Termination of Proceedings and Deletion of ...

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Keren Michaeli

 

Keren Michaeli is a PhD Candidate at the University of Oxford, and a lecturer of public international law at the Haim Striks Law School at the College of Management, Academic Studies.