The families of two victims of Islamic State (“ISIS”) terror attacks in Paris and Brussels filed a groundbreaking antiterrorism lawsuit in January 2017 against the social media company TWITTER, INC. (“Twitter”), for its role in aiding and abetting ISIS.
The family of a three-month-old baby girl, Chaya Zissel Braun, who was killed in a vehicular terror attack on the Jerusalem light rail in October 2014, won a stunning $178,500,000 US Court judgment against Iran and Syria in January 2017.
In December 2016, Shurat HaDin-Israel Law Center served aerospace giant, The Boeing Company, with an Illinois Citation to Discover Assets, restraining Iran’s interest in the just finalized $16.6 billion contract for Boeing’s sale of 80 airplanes to IRANAIR, the Iranian national airline.
Shurat HaDin's President, Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, appeared before Israel’s Supreme Court to argue that the reconciliation agreement with Turkey to restore relations between the two countries is unreasonable and contrary to the legal and security interests of Israel and its citizens.
In 2015, Shurat HaDin filed a lawsuit (Cohen v. Facebook), on behalf of 20,000 Israelis, against Facebook to stop allowing Palestinian terrorists to incite murder against Jews on its platform.  In 2016, Shurat HaDin filed a separate $1 billion lawsuit (Force v. Facebook), on behalf of terror victims and their families, against Facebook for providing its services to the terror organization, Hamas.
A group of American victims of Iranian terrorism, who hold more than a billion dollars in court judgments against the Islamic Republic for its sponsorship of terrorist attacks, have moved to enjoin the Obama administration from releasing an estimated $100 billion in frozen Iranian assets.
In January 2015, Shurat HaDin formally requested that the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor open an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity committed by Palestinian Authority senior officer Rami Hamdallah, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority.
In January 2015, Shurat HaDin formally requested that the International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor open an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity committed by Palestinian Authority senior officer Majid Faraj, the official head of Palestinian General Intelligence Agency.