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.
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.
The government filed a motion Friday to block a former government agent from testifying against Bank of China in a case over its alleged facilitation of laundering of funds to Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
Bank of China saw its subpoena of an Israeli bank quashed this month by a New York federal judge. Bank of China is being sued in connection with the 2006 terror attack that killed 16-year-old Daniel Wultz.
There is evidence the government of China tried to cover up a 2005 meeting it had with top-Israeli officials about terror financing passing through the Bank of China, according to a court transcript The Jerusalem Post obtained on Tuesday.
A Palestinian suicide bomber carried out the deadliest attack on Israel in almost two years when he detonated his bag of explosives at a restaurant in Tel Aviv on April 17, 2006 — an act that Hamas, which leads the new Palestinian government, called legitimate.