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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Take a wild guess who Iran accuses in the 1994 Argentina Jewish Center bombing

Why, it was the Joooooos!!! From Iran's "Press TV":
Zionists behind 1994 Argentine bombing

A former Argentine minister has tied the 1994 bombing of the Jewish cultural center in Buenos Aires to hard-line Zionist nationalists.

Lois Dalias, Argentina's former minister of housing, who attended a court hearing on Thursday, denied any alleged connection between the Iranian government and the deadly blasts in which 85 people were killed.

Thus far the judiciary investigations into the bombing of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (AMIA) building in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1994, has hit an impasse with the powerful Zionist lobby in the country trying to impute it to Iran.

Iran has strongly denied having any thing to do with the terrorist attacks, warning the Argentine government of plots underway to damage their mutual relations.

"When a radical Zionist shot dead the Israeli Prime Minster Yitzhak Rabin in 1995, it would not be impossible to think that some other right-wing nationalists designed a similar plan to blow up the AMIA Jewish cultural center", IRNA reported Dalias as saying.

Last year Dalias was forced to resign after he joined public demonstrations in Argentina as a show of allegiance with Iran in the face of unfounded charges in the case.
Reading between the lines of the propaganda, we see that a former minor anti-semitic Argentine official floated a theory that "Zionists" bombed a Jewish center in Argentina for reasons unknown and Iran's crack journalists translated that into a headline stating it as a fact.