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[This chapter provides an explanation for why the terrorist banking case of Linde et al. v. Arab Bank, PLC has captured the attention of so many journalists, legal scholars, financers, jurists, and others who are interested in combating terrorist finance. It also provides readers with a...
[This chapter uses a critical genealogical approach to illustrate how our contemporary commentaries on “Palestinian” or “Arab” terrorist financing are not the first times that empowered global communities have worried about the need to “dry” up terrorist finance. By pointing out how earlier...
[This chapter covers the period of time between 1990 and 2004, that takes the readers on a journey that begins with the passage of the 1990 Anti-Terrorism Act and ends with the initial filings of the lawsuits that were collectively called the Linde et al. v. Arab Bank, PLC cases. It illustrates...
[This chapter provides readers with a postcolonial analysis of how the lawyers for the plaintiffs in the Linde et al. v. Arab Bank, PLC cases used these terrorist-financing cases as a rhetorical vehicle for commenting on the causes of Middle Eastern terrorism, the origins of the Second Intifada,...
[This chapter shows that between 2004 and 2014 representatives of the Arab Bank case adopted the conservative political stance that positioned the Arab Bank as a mo derating force in the Middle East that opposed radical Palestinian terrorism and followed “routine” global banking practices. The...
[This chapter provides readers with an explanation of why the Linde et al. v. Arab Bank, PLC cases will continue to influence American perceptions of “Palestinian” or “Arab” terrorism. The author illustrates how many legal scholars, journalists, and other commentators in the U.S. and Israel have...
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