Alan Beer, a new immigrant from the United States, was murdered in 2003 in a terrorist attack on bus No. 14 near Davidka Square in Jerusalem.
His family sued Iran for financing the terrorist attack in a federal court in the United States. They successfully proved Iran’s connection to the financing of the terror attack and won the lawsuit.
When the family received part of the compensation money the court awarded them, they decided to use the funds to donate a mobile intensive care unit to the United Hatzalah organization for life-saving activities dedicated in Alan’s memory. Read more at Arutz Sheva.