The Lawyer Who Hits Muslim Terror Where it Hurts. More Needed.

Posted: February 14, 2011 in Uncategorized

The Lawyer Who Hits Muslim Terror Where it Hurts. More Needed.

February 14th, 2011 | Author: Un:dhimmi


Scourge of terror funders: Israeli lawyer Nisana Darshan-Leitner Scourge of terror funders: Israeli lawyer Nisana Darshan-Leitner

The Israeli mother-of-six who scares terrorists and their supporters and funders (including former World’s Worst US President Ever Dhimmi Carter) far more than any Western government could:

Terrorists are not noted for their respect for law, but an Israeli lawyer says she has seriously dented their operations by suing them in Western courts and seizing their assets.

Nitsana Darshan-Leitner says her Israel Law Centre has collected $120 million for victims of terrorism, put liens on $600 million more, and won judgments for more than $1 billion against such groups as Hamas, Hezbollah, the governments of Iran and North Korea and banks that service terrorists.

”We go after the funds of terrorist groups, taking away their oxygen. If you stop the flow of money you can stop the flow of terrorism,” Ms Darshan-Leitner said yesterday.

”The money directed to terrorism in Gaza, for example, has been cut by 60 per cent, Israeli intelligence has told us.”

The groups ignored her at first, but as they saw their US assets seized and restraining orders made against their transactions, they have begun to fight the cases in court. ”This makes them accountable and is a great victory in our eyes,” she said.

Ms Darshan-Leitner, who will give the Hans and Gini Bachrach Oration in Melbourne tonight, modelled her non-profit legal centre on the Southern Poverty Law Centre in Alabama, which crippled white supremacist groups in the US.

Ms Darshan-Leitner – a mother of six, including triplets – has about 100 cases active at the moment. She recently won a $378 million judgment against the government of North Korea for funding and supporting the terrorists who killed 26 people at Israel’s Lod airport in 1972.

A vital case, she said, was against the Arab Bank in a case begun in New York in 2004. The bank was paying rewards of up to $25,000 to the families of suicide bombers, and she sued them on behalf of Israeli victims, seeking $500 million in compensation.

”The bank wanted to close its branch in New York, but Congress refused them, and the court froze $450 million. The case is still going, but I’m sure the families will be compensated because there is a paper trail showing the Arab Bank gave money knowingly and intentionally.

”Right after we filed the case the banks stopped transferring money to designated terrorist organisations such as Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

”Terrorist attacks don’t come from thin air. Missiles are quite cheap, but to get the manpower and maintain loyalty for years you have to pay a monthly salary and provide families with food, education and medical services. A terrorist organisation is like a business – if they don’t have the money to run their operations, they will collapse.”

“Money is the mother’s milk of terrorism. Stop the flow of money and we can stop the flow of terrorism. peacefully and without violence in the courtroom.” Nitsana Darshan-Leitner


The roots of Islamic terror finance are deeply embedded. From informal collections in mosques, Zakat payments (the Islamic pillar of charitable giving), fake NGOs and international banks – even some with Triple ‘A’ credit ratings and UN accreditation – billions flow around the world, enabling Jihad to continue to be fought against the unbelievers.


A secretive network of money brokers known as Hawala also helps keep the cash flowing to terrorists with a virtually untraceable method of transfer.

Nisana Darshan-Leitner, the lawyer who hits Muslim terror where it hurts, is doing incredible work – but much more is needed to stop the confluence of oil money and (sometimes unwitting) donations from Muslims reaching us as bombs and bullets.

For more information visit Nisana’s own site and the excellent Sharia Finance Watch.

[Source: The Age]

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