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March 20, 2011 12:35 pm

Megilah Artifacts in U.S. Court

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NYT – That a victim of a Palestinian suicide bombing would seek legal redress from an American museum might seem baffling to the uninitiated. But for Daniel Miller, 27, it is simply a way of extracting justice from a government that he blames for his suffering.

Because Iran helped to train and support members of Hamas, the militant group that carried out the attack along a Jerusalem shopping promenade in 1997, Miller and four other Americans who survived the attack decided to seek damages from the Iranian government in American courts.

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