Tag Archive for lawfare

Shurat Hadin targets Arafat’s Jerusalem property to compensate terror victims

Shurat Hadin, Israel Law Center acquires lien on Yasser Arafat’s estate from Jerusalem District Court, as terror victims’ families are suing Mahmoud Abbas’ Palestinian Authority.

By Arutz Sheva Staff


The Jerusalem District Court has placed a temporary lien on a plot of land in Jerusalem owned by the late Yasser Arafat.

The court issued the order after a lawsuit was filed against the Palestinian Authority and Yasser Arafat’s estate.

The lawsuit was filed by Shurat Hadin – Israel Law Center on behalf of eight families of victims killed by Palestinian Arab terrorists.

Shurat Hadin is seeking damages from the Palestinian Authority and the Arafat estate for the deaths of the eight terror victims killed during Arafat’s tenure as PA chief. Continue Reading »

Interpol admits Palestinian Authority despite unfulfilled membership requirements

Interpol’s general assembly overwhelmingly approved the PA’s entry by 75-24 this morning, clearing the way for the commencement of Palestinian ‘lawfare’ arrests warrants on Israeli politicians, IDF soldiers and assorted dignitaries traveling outside of Israel.

By Itamar Eichner


The Palestinian Authority was admitted into the world policing organization Interpol as a member state Wednesday, frustrating efforts by Israel and the US to pressure the organization’s Executive Committees to block the move before it reached the general assembly.

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Israel had hoped Interpol’s Executive Committee, which sets the general assembly’s agenda, would decide not to put the Palestinian request on the docket on the grounds that “Palestine” is not a state according to Interpol’s own parameters. Continue Reading »

U.S. District Court throws out $1B Palestinian lawsuit against U.S. supporters of Israel

In its preliminary stages, a US District Court dismissed a $1 billion complaint, expressed in a 100+ page diatribe against 49 defendants, that attempted to describe a so-called int’l conspiracy to ‘cleanse’ what are called the ‘Occupied Territories’ of non-Jews and, without the support of anything verifiable or legal precedents, made numerous conclusory allegations of ‘war crimes,’ ‘torture,’ etc. etc.

By Erez Linn


Israel has won a significant legal victory: A U.S. federal court dismissed on Tuesday a billion-dollar lawsuit for damages filed against some 50 people and organizations (including the U.S. government) for their support of or activity in Israel. Continue Reading »