Major Legal Victory Against Terrorism
The Fellowship | January 12, 2017
In 2014, a car-ramming attack at a Jerusalem light-rail station killed three-month-old Chaya Braun who was in her stroller, while seriously injuring the baby’s father. Now, Arutz Sheva’s Tal Polon reports, Chaya’s family has received some justice, as an American court has found terror sponsors Iran and Syria responsible:
A US court ruled this week that Iran and Syria must pay the parents of a baby murdered in a terror attack a sum of 178 million dollars.
The terror attack in question happened in 2014 at a Jerusalem light rail station, when a Hamas terrorist rammed his car into the stroller of baby Chaya Zissel Braun Hy”d, who was then only three months old. She was murdered, as was another woman at the scene. Chaya’s father, Shmuel was badly wounded.
Afterward, Chaya’s parents took it upon themselves to wage a legal battle against terror.
Since their daughter had American citizenship, they filed suit in an American court against Iran and Syria, on grounds that these countries fund Hamas…