PLO loses big in anti-Israel lawsuit in French court
Israellycool is reporting that the PLO has been handed a stunning defeat and a monetary penalty for suing a french train manufacturer that participated in the Jerusalem light rail project.
“News is breaking of a huge win in France. It’s a technical case but essentially a court has confirmed what most of us know to be true. It concerns the building of the light rail project in Jerusalem by Alsthom, Veolia and another firm.
The PLO/PA sued these firms in France indicating that they should not have taken the project.
The court has basically said Israeli “occupation” is not illegal and orders PLO/PA to pay court costs to Alsthom, Veolia, & another firm. The court costs add up to 90,000 euros.”