“We feel betrayed by Netanyahu,” Yekutiel Wultz said. “The government sent us as soldiers into the battlefield. Then they turn around and leave us there. And finally they shoot us in the back.”
Divide in Israel’s conflicted role in Bank of China terror finance case deepens
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
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reputation could be put to the test this month in a landmark court case that could force him to choose between supporting victims of Palestinian terror and risking a diplomatic rift with China.
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.
A subpoena for a former Israeli intelligence official to testify in U.S. court is a significant development in a legal, national security and political drama, involving the Israeli and Chinese governments, politicians in Washington, Federal Court and families who lost loved ones in terrorist attacks.