Victims of attacks in Israel lose US appeal vs Lebanese bank

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It has been determined that the US courts have no jurisdiction to hold the Lebanese Canadian Bank liable for money transfers to Hezbollah; plaintiffs: made it easier for Hezbollah to attack Jewish civilians in Israel by wiring millions of dollars on behalf of the group’s Shahid (Martyrs) Foundation affiliate.

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