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last updated Nov. 20, 2009
published June 4, 2004
Legal Consequences of Constructing a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
International Court of Justice advisory opinion
Read more:  International Court of Justice, ICJ, international law, Palestinian self-determination, Wall, barrier, security fence, human rights, United Nations
Summary: In July 2004, the International Court of Justice ruled that Israel’s construction of the Wall and its associated regime in the West Bank violates the Palestinian right to self-determination and is therefore illegal. The judges called for dismantling the Wall by Israel and reparation for the damage caused thus far. 
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