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Analysis: More terror lawsuits likely

The parents of a U.S.-born Jewish teen killed by Palestinian militants near a West Bank bus stop eight years ago call a $156 million federal court award against three Islamic charities and an alleged Hamas fundraiser “justice.” Islamic groups call it “religious persecution.” A 12-member federal court jury in Chicago deliberated six hours before awarding Stanley and Joyce Boim $52 million in damages after deciding the U.S.-based Islamic groups and Mohammed Salah, a resident of Bridgeview, Ill., helped fund terrorism in the Middle East. Full Story

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