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Argentina Jews criticize former president after death for AMIA scandal

In its statement on Sunday, DAIA also condemned Menem’s decision in 1989 to pardon generals responsible for abuses during the country’s so-called “Dirty War” during the 1970s and ’80s.

By JTA STAFF
17/02/2021

Acquitted AMIA bombing suspect says Israel kills ‘kids in Palestine’

On Sunday, Telleldin wrote a cryptic tweet about his innocence.

By JTA
01/01/2021

AMIA bombing suspect acquitted by Argentina court, Jewish org. outraged

The association and the Jewish political umbrella DAIA rejected the acquittal and announced that they will appeal the decision.

Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez, right, met with the head of the AMIA Jewish group and the f

Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez condemns the AMIA bombing

“condemnation of terrorism can’t be under discussion, as the Holocaust, it can’t be neglected nor tolerated,” Fernandez said.

By JTA
18/07/2020
Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez, right, met with the head of the AMIA Jewish group and the f

Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez condemns the AMIA bombing

“Even the memorandum with Iran, which I opposed, was a way to resolve the problem,” he said.

By JTA STAFF
17/07/2020
A HEZBOLLAH supporter beams at a poster of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah during a rally on the a

Argentine federal judiciary extends freeze of Hezbollah funds

"Judiciary determined that Hezbollah was the perpetrator of the attacks on the AMIA and the Israeli embassy."

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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.

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
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