The Arab Bank can be held responsible for funneling money to reward the families of terrorists who killed and wounded innocent civilians in Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza strip, a federal judge in New York has ruled.

Eastern District Judge Nina Gershon refused to dismiss two complaints brought against the bank, saying the victims and families of victims of the attacks have stated claims for relief under the Anti-Terrorism Act and the Alien Tort Claims Act.

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