To appeal this decision, firstly you often need to be considered a citizen. Secondly, you need money and backing and a lawyer to get it into the court. Thirdly the military can and do refuse to turn up to court. Or they postpone and postpone ad infinitum so the case never gets heard. In the unlikely event that it does get to court, court rulings are often completely ignored. Asked why, the interior ministry says "We can't answer that on grounds of national security" Anyone want to argue that this is not the case will have to suck personal experience out of me. I don't make my opinions from afar after reading newspapers.
First refugees travelling on Hungarian bus arrive at Austrian border (Reuters)
from the article: IDF destroys West Bank village after declaring it military zone