1 Nw. Interdisc. L. Rev. 55 (2008)
Terror in the Court: Counter-Terrorism and Judicial Power in the Israeli Case Study

handle is hein.journals/nwilr1 and id is 59 raw text is: TERROR IN THE COURT:
COUNTER-TERRORISM AND JUDICIAL POWER IN THE
ISRAELI CASE STUDY
*JONATAN ADIRI
POLICYADVISOR TO PRESIDENT PERES, STATE OF ISRAEL
** Due to space limits, many of the case studies are only available in the online version of this paper
[http://www.bcics.northwestern.edu/students/lawreview]
ABSTRACT:
In the aftermath of the 9/11 bombings, global state response to terrorism focused on legislative
reform, keeping counter-terror warfare outside of the court and judicial review. This paper argues,
based on comprehensive analysis of the Israeli case, in which national security and counter terror
warfare are under strict judicial scrutiny, that in the post-9/11 era, judicial review over national security
is a major tool in resolving the democratic dilemma in fighting terror.
The reader is invited to review the pioneering research of over 300 court cases and primary
resources analyzing the judicial review over seven major counter terror measures - house demolitions,
land expropriation and the building of a security fence, movement restrictions, targeted killings,
'neighbor procedure', administrative arrests and humanitarian aid for empirical verification of the
argumentation.
. Policy adviser to the President of Israel, Adiri is a graduate of the Tel-Aviv University honors MA program on Law,
Society and Politics. A policy analyst and consultant to heads of states, Jonathan Adiri worked at the cutting-edge 'Reut'
Policy group, where he led the US research office. A Lieutenant (Res) in the Israel Defense Forces Foreign Relations
Division, Adiri served as the chief negotiator to the Red Cross Delegation to Israel, performing intricate tasks of war zone
liaison missions. He later led the operational coordination team between the Israeli-Egyptian-Jordanian armies, as well as
UN peacekeeping operations working in the region.

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