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NITSANA DARSHAN-LEITNER, director of Shurat HaDin.
Holding China responsible for the damages of COVID-19

The Stop COVID Act would make China legally and financially liable for damages caused by the virus in the US.

A man wears a mask as he walks past a mural showing a modified image of the Chinese Communist Party
Can China be sued for the spread of Covid-19? Watch

State sponsors of terrorism can be held liable for the terror acts they support and finance. So, can China face legal liability for its role in the global coronavirus pandemic?

Acting Justice Minister Amir Ohana speaks at a Shurat Hadin conference, Jerusalem, February 5, 2020
Ohana on court decision against PA terror: Our judges not from UN

Shurat Hadin pursued the case for years on behalf of eight victims’ families relating to 17 complaints before the decision which could lead to damages as high as $1 billion.

Tel Aviv NGO petitions court to bar Ilhan Omar from entering Israel

Shurat Hadin, also known as the Israel Law Center, filed a motion requiring that the Interior Minister Aryeh Deri does not allow Omar to enter the country because of her support for BDS.

NGO threatens Facebook with lawsuit over Hamas's Al-Aqsa TV account

Because the state-owned TV channel in Gaza is run by Hamas, Facebook's maintenance of its account is comparable to providing the organization with support and resources, the letter alleges.

Shurat Hadin director Nitsana Darshan-Leitner.
36. Nitsana Darshan-Leitner

Bankrupting terrorists – and taking their boats

Missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Iran
Israeli NGO sues European Investment Bank for suspected ties with Iran

To date, Iran has refused to compensate terror victims and is continuing to provide financial support to terrorist groups throughout the world.

SOLDIERS BOARD one of the two Gaza-bound boats carrying pro-Palestinian activists in the Mediterrane
NGO gets court order to seize Gaza flotilla to compensate terror victims

The petition leading to the court order was filed on behalf of the Gavish family, who was killed in the 2002 Passover terrorist attack at the Park Hotel in Netanya.

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