Iran is Testing Us. So far, we are failing
July 18, 2022
In February, a jet carrying Iran’s minister of the interior, Ahmad Vahidi, landed at Pakistan’s Nur Khan air base and he was not arrested. He should have been. Vahidi, and four other senior Iranians, are wanted by INTERPOL for “aggravated murder and damages,” for their role in the July 18, 1994, bombing of the Argentine-Israelite Mutual Association (AMIA in Spanish) center in Buenos Aires. On that day, a Renault van laden with 600 pounds of ammonium nitrate rammed into the AMIA building, killing 85 Jews and non-Jews. READ MORE
TIMES OF ISRAEL Mossad finds Iran didn’t play ‘on the ground’ role in Hezbollah’s Argentina bombings Tehran trained terrorists but its agents weren’t directly involved, says Mossad probe reported by NYT; Hezbollah hid explosives in chocolate, shampoo bottles on flights from Europe
NEW YORK TIMES Mossad Sheds New Light on Argentina Terrorist Attacks in 1990s An investigation by the Israeli spy agency found that Hezbollah had set up a cell to conduct the attacks and rejected suspicions that Argentines or Iranian officials in Buenos Aires had been involved.