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John Doe and ors v Israel and ors, Motion disposition, 400 F Supp 2d 86, 95-96 (DDC 2005), ILDC 318 (US 2005), 10th November 2005, District Court for the District of Columbia [D.D.C.]



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Whether service was properly effected under the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extra-Judicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters.

Whether individual Israeli defendants acting within their official capacity were entitled to immunity under the Foreign Services Immunities Act (‘FISA’).

Whether a jus cogens violation constituted an implied waiver of FSIA immunity.

Whether Israeli settlement policy was justiciable in the United States under the act of state and political question doctrines.

Keywords: Act of state doctrine; Due process; Immunity from jurisdiction, agents of states; Immunity from jurisdiction, state officials; Immunity from jurisdiction, states; Immunity from jurisdiction, waiver; Non-justiciability; Peremptory norms / ius cogens; States, agents; Treaties, reservations and declarations

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Subjects: Individuals and Non-state Actors ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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