Hizbullah rejects role in 1994 Buenos Aires attack

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 11, 2005 00:47

 
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Hizbullah rejected on Thursday the Argentinean claims that it was responsible for the suicide terror bombings in the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires in 1994 in which 85 people were killed and over 200 wounded, Israel Radio reported. The representative for the Argentinean prosecutor had identified the suicide bomber as Ibrahim Hussein Bero, aged 21. Hizbullah claimed that Bero was killed in Southern Lebanon in combat with Israeli forces, and that his body was still in Israeli hands.

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