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8th November 2017 - Citado por Román Lejtman - Infobae

Juan Félix Marteau: “Argentina es un país vulnerable ante el financiamiento del terrorismo”

Emanuele Ottolenghi

2nd October 2017 - RealClearWorld

Argentine Probe Closes In

Toby Dershowitz

A 400-page report submitted Sept. 22 by Argentine police investigators to that nation’s courts found what many people instinctively knew: that special prosecutor Alberto Nisman was murdered in January 2015, and that he did not commit suicide the day before he was to present evidence to the...

23rd August 2017 - Quoted by Ben Cohen - The Algemeiner

Syrian Dictator Assad Secretly Hosted Argentine and Iranian Foreign Ministers in AMIA Bombing Coveru

Toby Dershowitz

News outlets in Argentina were abuzz on Wednesday with speculation that the country’s former president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, and her foreign minister, Hector Timerman, may now face charges of treason for secretly negotiating a pact with Iran that exonerated the Tehran regime for...

31st July 2017 - Citado por Roberto Porcel - Infobae

Un delito que dejó de ser novedoso pero que sigue sin pena

Emanuele Ottolenghi

Cada vez queda más expuesta la necesidad de modificar la ley de marcas en materia penal.

18th July 2017 - Quoted by Ben Cohen - The Algemeiner

Expert Urges Trump to Present Ultimatum to Latin American Governments Over Hezbollah Financing

Emanuele Ottolenghi

As Argentina marked on Tuesday the 23rd anniversary of the Iranian-directed bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, a leading expert on the Islamic Republic’s global terror networks urged US President Donald Trump to present Latin American governments with a choice: either...

18th July 2017 - FDD's Long War Journal

Iran continues to protect AMIA bombing suspects

Toby Dershowitz

Once again, Iran is seeking to absolve itself of responsibility for its role in the deadliest attack on Argentine soil.

12th July 2017 - Quoted by Ben Cohen - The Algemeiner

Iranian Offer to Interpol of ‘Cooperation’ in AMIA Bombing Investigation Just Another Maneuver

Toby Dershowitz

Official Iranian news outlets reported on Wednesday that the Tehran regime has agreed to work with Interpol, the global law enforcement agency, to “resolve” the “dispute” arising from the July 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, in which 85...

2nd June 2017 - Quoted by Ben Cohen - The Algemeiner

Argentine Officials Focused on Iranian Responsibility for AMIA Atrocity

Toby Dershowitz

Iran’s responsibility for the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires is now the focus of renewed efforts by Argentine officials investigating the atrocity, as pressure builds on the country’s former president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, following the announcement of...

4th January 2017 - The Tower

With a New Investigation, Will Victims of Argentina’s Biggest Terror Attack Get Justice?

Toby Dershowitz

After nearly two years without progress, the investigation into whether former Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner conspired with Iran to cover up the Islamic Republic’s role in Argentina’s deadliest terrorist attack was at last reopened on Thursday.

18th July 2016 - Real Clear World

Obama Can’t Let Iran Get Away With Murder

Toby Dershowitz

The Obama administration has long said it will hold Iran accountable for acts of terrorism. It now has a chance to prove it: Interpol red notices for five former Iranian officials found culpable in Argentina’s deadliest terrorist attack are about to come up for renewal.

18th January 2016 - The Hill

US Should Help Argentina Solve Terrorism Case

Toby Dershowitz

Will the presidential victory of Mauricio Macri in Argentina finally bring justice to the victims of the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires? Will it solve the murder of the AMIA investigation’s special prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, one year ago? Or will...

4th December 2015 - Quoted by JP Carroll - The Daily Caller

Officials Pin Prosecutor’s Death To His Investigation Into Anti-Semitic Terrorism

Toby Dershowitz

The execution style death of a prosecutor investigating anti-Semitic terrorism in Argentina back in January might have been a political hit job related to Iran and was definitely “murder,” according to the new Anti-Corruption Minister.

7th October 2015 - The Washington Times

Argentine Murder Mystery

Clifford D. May

When heads of state gather, as they did for the United Nations General Assembly last week, you have a choice: Tune out or prepare to be bathed in blather, boilerplate and blatant lies. That said, the remarks of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner deserve at least a few minutes...

18th July 2015 - Business Insider

Argentina is Still Helping Iran Cover Up its Role in the Bombing of a Jewish Community Center

Toby Dershowitz

July 18th marks 21 years since the largest terrorist attack in Argentina’s history: the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, which killed 85 individuals and wounded hundreds more.

20th March 2015 - Cited by Linette Lopez - Business Insider

Dead Argentine Prosecutor Was Zeroing in on a Terror Threat to the Entire Western Hemisphere

Tony Badran

As days go by, the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman — who was found dead in his locked apartment two months ago — becomes murkier in his home country. But in the US it appears to be coming into focus.

20th March 2015 - Mentioned by Mac Margolis - Bloomberg View

‘CSI: Buenos Aires’ Gets More Sinister

The Argentine economy is doubled over by debt. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's approval ratings are south of Patagonia, and the country's decade-long fight with bondholders has just gotten worse.

18th March 2015 - FDD Press Release

FDD Launches AlbertoNisman.org to House Key Documents and Updated Information

Washington, DC -- The Foundation for Defense of Democracies today launched AlbertoNisman.org, a resource for government officials, the diplomatic corps, policy makers, journalists, the legal community and others interested in the work of the late Argentinian prosecutor.

16th March 2015 - Quoted by Linette Lopez - Business Insider

Bombshell Report Alleges Argentina, Iran, and Venezuela Were Once All Bound Together

Toby Dershowitz

Three former Venezuelan government officials who defected from Chavez's regime spoke to the Brazilian magazine Veja about this alleged alliance, which included a deal to get Argentina to remove the names of Iranians suspected of being involved in the deadly bombing of AMIA, a Jewish center...

19th February 2015 - The National Interest

The Long Arm of Iranian Terror

Toby Dershowitz

In recent weeks, an Iranian diplomat based in Uruguay hurriedly left the country after suspicions that he was involved in nefarious activities, purportedly involving a plan to bomb the Embassy of Israel in Montevideo, the nation’s capital.

19th February 2015 - Cited by JTA

Foundation for Defense of Democracies Names Award for Nisman

The Foundation for Defense of Democracies named an honor for Alberto Nisman, the Argentinian prosecutor who investigated the 1994 AMIA bombing.

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