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Museum of Tolerance Judgment

Museum of Tolerance Judgment

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Published by Elder of Ziyon
The text of the judgment by Israel's Supreme Court allowing the building of the Museum of Tolerance
The text of the judgment by Israel's Supreme Court allowing the building of the Museum of Tolerance

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In the Supreme Court sitting as the High Court of JusticeHCJ 52/06HCJ 1331/06HCJ 1671/06Before: The honourable Justice A. ProcacciaThe honourable Justice E. ArbelThe honourable Justice D. Cheshin*The petitioner in HCJ 52/06: Al-Aqsa Corporation for the Development of Properties of the MuslimEndowment Ltd*The petitioners in HCJ 1331/06:1. Mohammed Hir Aldajani2. Mohammed Zaki Nuseibeh3. Mohammed Badar Al-ZinThe petitioners in HCJ 1671/06:1. Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum Corp.2. Simon Wiesenthal Center * Los Angelesv.The respondents in HCJ 52/06:
 
1. Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum Corporation2. Simon Wiesenthal Center * Los Angeles3. Jerusalem Municipality4. Israel Land Administration5. Moriah * Jerusalem Development Corporation Ltd6. Jerusalem Local Planning and Building Committee7. Jerusalem District Planning and Building Committee8. Antiquities AuthorityThe respondent in HCJ 1331/06: Israel PoliceThe respondents in HCJ 1671/06: 1. Jerusalem Sharia Court2. Mohammed Hir Aldajani3. Mohammed Zaki Nuseibeh4. Mohammed Badar Al-Zin5. Custodian of Absentee Property6. Development AuthorityPetitions for an Order NisiFor the petitioner in HCJ 52/06: Adv. Muhammed Suleiman AjabariaFor the petitioners in HCJ 1331/06: Adv. D. Saif of the Karameh Human Rights Organization
 
For the petitioners in HCJ 1671/06: Adv. M. Lipschutz, Adv. O. Barry, Adv. R. JarachFor the respondents in HCJ 52/06:Adv. M. LipschutzAdv. R. JarachAdv. Sherri Lerner-Horowitz and Adv. Dorrit YarchiAdv. Y. Reutman, Adv. H. Sandberg, Adv. I. Ravid of the State Attorney*s OfficeAdv. Yair ShiloAdv. Yoram BarselaFor the respondents in HCJ 1331/06: Adv. Y. Reutman, Adv. H. Sandberg, Adv. I. Ravid of the StateAttorney*s OfficeFor the respondents in HCJ 1671/06: Adv. Y. Reutman, Adv. H. Sandberg, Adv. I. Ravid of the State
 
Attorney*s OfficeJUDGMENTJustice A. ProcacciaIntroduction1. According to city building plan proceedings that have received final approval, a building that is
 
designated to serve as a Museum of Tolerance is going to be built in the centre of the city of Jerusalem.

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