ADF sues North Korea, Iran, and Syria over Oct. 7

by ian

In a landmark case, the Anti-Defamation League has sued Iran, Syria and North Korea over the countries’ alleged support of Hamas.

The lawsuit represents 125 victims, including American citizens. According to the Times of Israel, the ADL accuses the countries of providing ” financial, military and tactical support to Hamas.”

Nahar Neta, whose mother was murdered by Hamas, said that even though this lawsuit will not erase the pain of that horrific day, he hopes that this lawsuit will bring some comfort and justice to grieving families.

The plaintiffs are seeking at least $4 billion in damages under the State-Sponsored Terrorism Fund. However, foreign countries accused of state-sponsored terrorism often do not abide by US rulings against them.