Terrorism

MANHATTAN — The Second Circuit upheld a ruling in favor of National Westminster Bank in two actions seeking to hold it liable under the Antiterrorism Act of 1990 for providing banking services to a charitable organization with alleged ties to Hamas, finding that the plaintiffs could not show the bank was “knowingly providing substantial assistance to Hamas” or “generally aware that it was playing a role in Hamas’s acts of terrorism.” 

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