Eric Cantor, the former U.S. House Majority Leader, must reveal what Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu told him about his cousin’s murder.
An Israeli citizen urges the nation’s Treasury Minister, Yair Lapid, to ensure Israel honors its promise to provide a key witness in a U.S. trial against the Bank of China for its alleged role in a 2006 terrorist attack that killed American teenager Daniel Wultz.
The Government of Israel has refused to clarify whether a senior defense official will testify in a lawsuit against Bank of China in the United States. Judge: “The answer leaves me in the dark.”
Minutes from a 2010 meeting show China intended to conceal meetings with Israelis regarding Islamic Jihad money-laundering; Israel still deciding whether to allow testimony in lawsuit against the bank filed by parents of U.S. teen killed in terror attack.
Israel’s closest friends are publicly voicing concerns about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wavering on a commitment to allow a former intelligence officer to provide testimony in an American court about the Bank of China’s role in a 2006 terrorist attack that killed Daniel Wultz.
The families of the victims of a terrorist massacre in Jerusalem have petitioned Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu not to “give in to terror,” as the Chinese government exerts pressure on Israel not to back an American-initiated lawsuit against the Bank of China for allegedly funding deadly terrorist activity.
The family of Daniel Wultz, an American citizen who was murdered in a terror attack in Tel Aviv in 2006, brought forward a lawsuit against the Bank of China in a New York court, alleging that Bank of China knowingly transferred funds to the terrorist group that killed their son.