Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, director of Shurat HaDin, The Israel Law Center, will be my guest on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com Tuesday January 27.
The Israel Law Center has successfully frozen $60 million of terrorist money. Darshan-Leitner is also suing a number of financial institutions that have allegedly conducted business transactions for known terrorist organizations, including American Express and UBS.
She is also involved in cases against the PLO, Hamas, Hezbollah and FARC in Colombia, and is urging the Israeli government to try captured Hamas fighters as war criminals, a turnabout since others are accusing Israel of war crimes that allegedly occurred during the recent three-week invasion of Gaza. Darshan-Leitner also represents the families of the two soldiers who were lynched in Ramallah.
Shurat HaDin follows the model of the Southern Poverty Law Center, the famed American civil right organization dedicated to bankrupting the KKK and other neo-Nazis groups in the United States. Darshan-Leitner established Shurat HaDin to economically destroy the terrorist groups in the Middle East. She and her associates specialize in tracking the assets and bank accounts of terrorist groups and legally obstructing and restraining their funds. She is viewed by banks, legal organizations and outlaw regimes around the world as the leading authority and resource on stopping the movement of global terror financing. She and her associates have already successfully recovered millions of dollars for the families of those killed and injured by Palestinian terrorism.
Darshan-Leitner frequently appears in almost every major European, American, and Canadian media outlet including CNN, Associated Press, Voice of Israel, BBC, Voice of America, and the Guardian.
To talk to Darshan-Leitner on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com at 5 PM New York time Tuesday January 27 CLICK HERE.
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