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It’s so lovely to know that our Department of Justice sides with the government of Iran over suffering American families.

Via WFB:

A U.S. district court has awarded millions in Iranian government funds to five American families who were victims of an Iranian-backed suicide bombing, despite objections from Tehran and the U.S. Department of Justice.

The Nov. 27 ruling, which allows the American victims of a 1997 terrorist attack in Jerusalem to recover more than $9 million from a U.S.-based defense contractor that worked with Iran, was hailed as a precedent-setting case by the victims’ legal counsel.

“After more than ten years of litigation in the federal court in San Diego, these victims and their families were awarded a Hanukah victory against the Iranian Ministry of Defense and will soon actually recover more than $9 million in funds!” said Israeli legal group Shurat HaDin, which represents the victims, in a statement on Monday.

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