Children of terror victims sue for Hamas' assets

September 19, 2006 17:40


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The six surviving children of parents killed in a Palestinian terror attack requested a court order from Jerusalem District Court earlier this week authorizing them to assume control over any or all Hamas assets and the right to execute a judgment against them earlier this year. The case involves the six children of Rachel and David Gavish, killed in a terrorist attack on March 28, 2002. The plaintiffs made the request to execute a court judgment handed down on February 26, granting NIS 92 million in damages. They are represented by Attorney Nitzana Darshan-Leitner, who said the aim of the request was to bankrupt Hamas.

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