Weisenthal Center: Iranian-Argentine probe 'null and void'

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May 30, 2013 09:42

 
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The Iranian-Argentine agreement on investigating the AMIA terror attack is "null and void," the Simon Weisenthal Center said in a press release following Argentine state prosecutor Alberto Nisman's findings that show Tehran set up terrorist networks in Latin America.

"There is no question that the AMIA bombing was an action planned and carried out by Iranians and their agents," said Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Dr. Shimon Samuels and Sergio Widder, senior officials of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

"Prosecutor Nisman's expose of the Tehran regime's continent-wide tentacles must render the Iran - Argentine cooperation agreement on investigating the AMIA bombing null and void," they concluded.


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