Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The homeless - and many other causes - simply don't pay off in the same way that the terrorism victims do.
Some terrorism victims say they have been bewildered to find themselves fighting in court with their own government over access to money.
In the year 2000, relatives of the deceased started to receive benefits as terrorism victims.
Alleviating the suffering of terrorism victims would seem to be the job of medical and social services etc.
He dedicated his life to visiting and helping wounded-in-service soldiers and terrorism victims in Israel.
Terrorism victims who win such suits can collect tens of millions of dollars from Iranian assets frozen in this country.
One bill would exempt terrorism victims' families from probate fees and inheritance taxes; another would waive tuition at state universities.
But she supports the agreement about to be signed, and she had agreed to accompany Mr. Rabin to Washington, along with three other relatives of terrorism victims.
In 1997 on Israel's memorial day, a memorial wall to terrorism victims was unveiled at the military cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Herzl.
And subsequently, as the months went by, came the grim succession of interments, as 37 terrorism victims - 11 of them firefighters - were buried in the cemetery.
As Israel draped itself in mourning for its latest terrorism victims, senior Israeli officials vowed today to keep control of important Palestinian offices that the army and the police had seized overnight.
Reacting to yesterday's announcement that donations could be withheld for other terrorism victims, he said, "It doesn't yet raise a red flag or a red cross, but it does raise a question."
To the Editor: You report that some families of past terrorism victims are troubled by the federal fund to compensate victims of the World Trade Center attack (front page, Oct. 1).
Some senators are also seeking to include the victims of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, prompting speculation that the fund may become an entitlement program for all terrorism victims.
But the chasm between what the mayor does behind the scenes and how he faces down issues in public has become almost a hallmark of his mayoralty, painfully demonstrated in this odd relationship with the families of the terrorism victims.
They said two suicide bombings on two consecutive days last month that killed 26 in Jerusalem - the same week Mr. Turner's comments were published - persuaded them to put together the series on Israeli terrorism victims.
But the House and Senate approach the issue differently, and administration officials and Senate Democratic leaders have been squabbling over a largely symbolic provision that would limit the ability of terrorism victims to sue for punitive damages.
Yet, suddenly, the papers that had moralised about these issues for so long stood accused of hacking the phones of terrorism victims, the families of dead soldiers and, worst of all, a young girl murdered by a paedophile.
Angered at being called a traitor and a murderer by protesters, Mr. Rabin scathingly attacked the radical right, accusing it of "dancing on the blood" of terrorism victims and of forming "an evil, wicked circle of partnership" with Hamas to destroy peace talks.
Since 2002 on the band has been accused by a Terrorism Victims Association and right-wing political parties of supporting ETA, due to their lyrics in a few songs by the Asociación de Víctimas del Terrorismo (AVT), but they were absolved.
The dispute also mirrors a similar debate in Congress over whether charitable contributions should be deducted from awards made from a federal fund that will compensate the families of terrorism victims and whether those victims should be required to refrain from filing lawsuits in connection with the terrorist attacks.
On Sunday, there will be a ceremony at 11 A.M. at Arlington Cemetery sponsored by the No Greater Love organization, a humanitarian group that sponsors programs for the families of servicemen killed in Vietnam, Iran, Lebanon and Grenada and the families of terrorism victims.
Mr. Wallace, part of the same group, said the organization has reached out to a Northern Ireland group, Families Acting for Innocent Relatives, and has started a dialogue with the terrorism victims' group in Colombia, "and we are asking them, very simply, 'How do you think we can help you?"'