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Out of all the social media platforms, 'Twitter has most brazenly refused to cut off its services to terrorists, taking the position that ‘the tweets must flow’ even if it means assisting in mass murders.'
The US and Iran did not draft a written settlement agreement or any other formal documentation of the cash transfers, and Iran directed the Iran-US Tribunal at the Hague that it not record the settlement of its claim.
World Vision has repeatedly denied Shurat Hadin's charges and refused to seriously investigate where its funds are going.
Victim of Palestinian Arab terrorism, a victor in NY federal court, after years of being ignored by Justice Dept.
"I don't see a way out for the court from dealing with this case. For the first time they have the jurisdiction to deal with Hamas war crimes in Gaza."
The University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg has given a suspended sentence of a one-year ouster to 11 students charged with disrupting a concert last...
The US talks with Iran about easing sanctions, but an Israeli activist lawyer says Obama overlooks the fact that Tehran owes American terror victims billions of dollars.
Israel should file criminal charges against France 2 following a government report Sunday that the television channel broadcast a film in 200 that falsely...
The five plaintiffs are seeking at least $5 million in compensation. The hard cover edition cost $27.
The State Dept. has forked over $4 billion to the Palestinian Authority since the Oslo Accords. Some funds go to terrorists, but the State Dept. is arguing against a suit challenging its largesse.
Hizbullah has killed hundreds of civilians and American soldiers in dozens of attacks in 20 years, but the EU has withheld defining it as a terrorist group. Peres and ‘Lawfare” start asking, “Why?”
Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, director of Israel Law Center Shurat HaDin, and a winner of the 2012 Moskowitz Prize for Zionism, join Yishai Fleisher to discuss stopping funds to terrorists, defending families of victims of terror attacks, and educating the public about terrorism.