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JUSTICE AGAINST SPONSORS OF TERRORISM ACT
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Salman Al-Ansari: JASTA Will Foster A Fertile Ground For Extremism
Dr. Majid Rafizadeh
President of the International American Council, Harvard Schol...
This bill could damage strategic relationship the US has with its closest allies.
Assailing a Statutory Paragon
The financial or military leverage we enjoy over most nations will deter them from inviting vexatious litigation against
Congress Now Blaming Obama For Its Embarrassing Override Of His Veto
The fallout of overriding his veto of the Saudi lawsuit bill is apparently too painful.
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Congress Bucks Obama, Passes Bill Letting 9/11 Victims Sue Saudi Arabia
The White House has hinted at a veto.
Suing Saudi Arabia for Complicity in 9/11
Civilization is a battle between justice and arbitrary power. The purpose of law is to assist justice, not its enemies. By that standard, S.2040 is long overdue.
11 Years and Counting, Part 2
The depth of Prince Salman's ties to organizations linked to al Qaeda left little doubt in our minds about his dedication to the jihadist cause, but Prince Salman's extremist connections are not merely a matter of historical record and curiosity.
A Battle Worth Fighting on September 12th
On September 11, 2001, there was celebration in the many parts of the world from which the financing came. It was a job well done. Now it's time for the Congress to do its job well and put the terrorist enablers back on the hot seat.
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