AMIA bombing

Argentina
U.S. Senate commemorates 25th anniversary of Argentine Jewish center bombing

The resolution also recognized the efforts of Alberto Nisman, the Jewish prosecutor who investigated the bombing.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
27/09/2019
Standing with AMIA on the Fast of Av

The destruction of the Temple brought with it exile not only from our land and centralized place of worship, but from one another. We have done little to rectify this situation.

By MIKEY STEIN
12/08/2019
U.S. sanctions Hezbollah operative behind AMIA bombing

Prior to the 2001 attack on the Twin Towers in New York, the terrorist group Hezbollah was responsible for the most American deaths, the Treasury said.

Rescue workers search for survivors and victims in the rubble of the AMIA building
Rescued twice: The archive that survived the Holocaust and the AMIA attack

But the back part, which hosted the library and archives, was still standing, the building’s entrails exposed to the rain and wind.

By ALAN GRABINSKY
17/07/2019
All the tributes planned for anniversary of the AMIA Jewish center bombing

Here are many of the tributes that will take place (or have already taken place recently) across Argentina and the world.

By JTA
17/07/2019
A unique monument pays tribute to the victims of the AMIA bombing

A suicide bomber drove his explosives-loaded van into the building of the Jewish Community (AMIA-Asociacion Mutual Israelita Argentina), killing 85 people and injuring hundreds.

By EDUARDO EURNEKIAN
16/07/2019
RESCUE WORKERS search for survivors and victims in the rubble left after a powerful car bomb destroy
U.S. House of Representatives passes resolution commemorating AMIA bombing

Eighty-five innocent people were killed and scores more wounded when the Argentine Jewish Mutual Association was bombed in Buenos Aires in 1994.

Latin American Jews still don’t have justice after the AMIA massacre

Despite years of activity and rhetoric, justice has not been achieved for the victims, their families and Latin American Jewry — 85 people were killed and 300 injured.

By SHARON NAZARIAN/JTA
17/07/2019
RESCUE WORKERS search for survivors and victims in the rubble left after a powerful car bomb destroy
Pope Francis sends letter to Jewish group on AMIA bombing anniversary

“Since the first day, my heart has been with the relatives of the victims, Jews or Christians,” wrote the pope, who was born in Argentina as Francisco Bergoglio.

By JTA
14/07/2019
RESCUE WORKERS search for survivors and victims in the rubble left after a powerful car bomb destroy
Argentina to designate Hezbollah as terror group - Report

According to La Nacion, Argentinian President Mauricio Macri asked his government to find the most rapid solution to include the Iranian—backed group in the list of terror organizations.

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