Divide in Israel’s conflicted role in Bank of China terror finance case deepens
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.
A document filed by terror victim’s family in a New York court reveals a secret unit of the Mossad and the Shin Bet exposed terror money laundering in a Chinese bank
Moral issues with Israeli government’s decision to back out of a legal lawsuit against the Chinese bank funding terrorism.
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.
Two letters are placed on the desk of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, from two powerful countries and in complete contradiction. Will the Israeli leader who rose to global prominence after losing his own brother to terrorism stand with the victims of terror or help protect those accused of providing funding that allowed terrorists to murder an American teenager? Simon Shiffer and Nahum Barnea reveal the crossroads at which Benjamin Netanyahu stands to ponder Israel’s future and his own.
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.