The family of 16-year old American terror victim Daniel Wultz has won a procedural victory that could prove decisive in their civil damages case against the Bank of China for alleged connections with the financing of Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorist attacks.
As Sheryl and Tuly Wultz continue legal battle over 2006 suicide bombing, their son Daniel Wultz’s commitment to prayer is remembered on Capitol Hill.
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the Republican majority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, made reflections on the murder of a Jewish teenager in Israel a centerpiece of the Congressional National Day of Prayer.
In a personal essay, a friend and neighbor of the Wultz family reflects on the impact of Daniel Wultz’s life and a prayer for justice on behalf of a safer, saner, more loving world for all of our children.
Leading Republican and Democratic Congressional leaders gathered on Capitol HIll on the National Day of Prayer Thursday to remember Daniel Wultz and support his family’s continued pursuit of justice.
Shurat Hadin and the Wultz family’s lawsuits against the Bank of China for alleged connections with the financing of Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorist attacks.