Arab Bank

Judge Clears Way For Damages Suit Against Arab Bank

Upholds jury’s verdict holding bank liable in Hamas terror attacks.

04/14/2015
Staff Writer

A Brooklyn federal judge has upheld a jury verdict finding Arab Bank liable for knowingly supporting terrorist attacks that killed or injured Americans in Israel from 2001 to 2004.

Judge Clears Way For Damages Suit Against Arab Bank

Upholds jury’s verdict holding bank liable in Hamas terror attacks.

04/08/2015
Staff Writer

A Brooklyn federal judge has upheld a jury verdict finding Arab Bank liable for knowingly supporting terrorist attacks that killed or injured Americans in Israel from 2001 to 2004.

Two Rulings Seen Aiding Terror Victims

Arab Bank, NatWest decisions ‘could embolden others’ to challenge Hamas funders.

09/24/2014
Staff Writer

Decisions in two federal court cases this week appear to make it easier for American victims of terrorist attacks to hold a terrorist groups’ bankers responsible for its actions, opening the door to similar suits.

Plaintiffs' lawyer Gary Osen wins Arab Bank case.

Arab Bank Found Liable In Hamas-Funding Case

Verdict comes as ruling in NatWest case opens door to more suits by American victims of Mideast terror.

09/22/2014
Staff Writer

Arab Bank was found liable Monday by a Brooklyn federal jury of knowingly providing financial support to the terrorist organization Hamas, marking the first time that a financial institution has been held civilly liable for supporting terrorism.

Scene of the 2001 Sbarro's massacre in Jerusalem, which figured in the trial. Wikimedia Commons

Court Case About Arab Bank, Alleged Hamas Funder, Concludes

As Arab Bank case goes to jury, terror victims’ attorney makes final plea as bank insists it’s not Hamas banker.

09/22/2014
Staff Writer

An attorney for American Hamas terror victims in Israel asked jurors last week to “send a message” by finding Arab Bank guilty of providing Hamas with the money it needed to carry out 24 deadly attacks from 2001 to 2004.

Scene of the 2001 Sbarro’s massacre in Jerusalem, which figures in the Arab Bank trial. Wikimedia Commons

Weiner Gets An Earful On Terrorism

A victim takes on candidate's assumption at young Jewish leaders' forum.

07/18/2013
Assistant Managing Editor

After telling a crowd of young Jewish leaders that they are statistically unlikely to ever be victims of a terror attack, and that the government uses terrorism "to scare people," former congressman Anthony Weiner was in for a surprise Wednesday night.

Sarri Singer, founder of the victims' support group Strength To Strength, begged to differ.

Sarri Singer, a terrorism survivor, speaks with Anthony Weiner following JCRC meeting. Jeff Stier
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