Islamic Charities Ordered to Pay in Death of American Teenager A federal judge awards the parents of an American teen, shot in Jerusalem by Palestinian gunmen, $156 million in damages. The court found that three Islamic charities and the man who helped raise money for Hamas were culpable in the shooting. Chicago Public Radio's Diantha Parker reports.
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Islamic Charities Ordered to Pay in Death of American Teenager

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Islamic Charities Ordered to Pay in Death of American Teenager

Islamic Charities Ordered to Pay in Death of American Teenager

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A federal judge awards the parents of an American teen, shot in Jerusalem by Palestinian gunmen, $156 million in damages. The court found that three Islamic charities and the man who helped raise money for Hamas were culpable in the shooting. Chicago Public Radio's Diantha Parker reports.

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