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Normalization of support for terrorism

Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) Webinar

Join an insightful webinar on one of the most controversial and complex issues in contemporary legal and political discourse: decriminalization of support for terrorism.

In recent years, a growing debate has surrounded the effectiveness of existing anti-terrorism laws, particularly in how they relate to groups or individuals accused of providing support to designated foreign terrorist organizations through philanthropies.

For years, many organizations have indirectly funded terror in the Gaza Strip, as well as Judea and Samaria, and escaped without punishment.

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