Israel Lobby is upset that US Under-Secretary of States, Nicholas Burns, during his recent visit to Argentina – while condemning Tehran for supporting “terrorist groups” like Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Hizb’Allah, and PA – did not mention Tehran’s involvement for the two terrorist attacks in Argentina between 1992 and 1994.
“In general we do believe that Iran is behind terrorist attacks against the United States and that Iran continues to be a large funder, even the central banker of Hamas, Hezbollah, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the Palestinian Liberation Authority general command,” – Burns told Buenos Aires Herald (edited by Nate Martin from N.Y. ) reporter.
It’s interesting to note that the very first day of the Jewish Center (AMIA) bombing in Buenos Aires on July 1994, which resulted in the death of 85 people, the Zionist owned mainstream media blamed Iran and Hizb’Allah – in order to cover the long histroy of false-flag operations by Israeli Mossad – and as expected, a team of Israeli investigators arrived in Buenos Aires the very next day to remove any possible lead to Israel – as they did in case of Hotel Paradise (an Israeli hotel in Mombbasa) bombing in Kenya and other places.
Tehran denied the Zionist allegations and later the presiding judge, Galeono, was dismissed for taking bribe from Mossad and fabricating evidence against the Iranian diplomat Soleimanpour. A British court refused to order the extradiction of the Iranian diplomat.
Adrian Salbuchi on March 2, 2008 wrote in his column titled War in the Middle East: The Final Countdown: “Argentina’s judiciary is thus acting on the requirement of Bush administration and powerful international and local pro-Israel Zionist lobbying organizations on Argentine president Nestor Kirchner, demanding that he falsely accuse Iran for that terrorist attack. Indications are that Mr. Kirchner bowed to this manipulation in spite of the fact that after more than twelve years since that attack, the United States, Israel, and key Zionist organizations have not been successful in fabricating sustainable proof of any involvement on the part of Syria, Iran or Hezbollah. At the same time, Argentina’s judiciary and intelligence agencies have systematically ignored much more plausible circumstances and evidence which point to the fact that this criminal attack may very well have been the result of deeply embedded conflicts INSIDE of Israel, in particular, and zionist interests in general.
These are very grave times for Argentina. Right under our noses, the Kirchner government and its “Judiciary” are dragging Argentina into the imperial wars of aggression that the United States and Israel are fighting in the Middle East. This will no doubt have very serious consequences for our country. Whilst these maneouvers were being cooked with President Kirchner and his colleagues and relatives in New York, back home in Buenos Aires the AMIA and DAIA Zionist organizations and the local media were raising a hysterical fuss over alleged “Antisemitic Campaigns” (which never took place as we explain in our Press Release No. 3 of 18-Sept-06).
Has the extremely powerful pro-Israeli Zionist lobby threatened to withdraw its support to Mr. Kirchner for his 2007 re-election ambitions? Or is he being threatened about something far, far worse as we explain in our Press Release No. 8 of 25-Oct-06?
In order for local and international public opinion to better understand how this is all coming about and the grave dangers we will be facing in the weeks and months to come, we describe below the key milestones in this countdown to what can only be described as a new amd even more violent War in the Middle East which President Kirchner is dragging Argentina into…”
Argentina is home to Latin America’s largest Jewish community 250,000). It’s leaders blamed Country’s retired Soccer legend, Diego Maradona, “playing footsie with Iran” – for Diego’s admiration of Islamic regime in Iran and calling the visiting Iranian President as “brave”. Diego also presented Ahmadinejad with a Soccer jersey stamped with his trademark No. 10.
Like Barack Hussein Obama, Argentina’s former president Carlos Menem too has Muslim background. His family came from Syria – but he was only allowed to run for the presidency because he converted to Catholism, which happens to be the State religion. There are estimated to be over 600,000 Muslims in Argentina. The current president Cristina Fernandez is wife of the former president Nestor Kirchner (2003-2007), who won the election by default when Calos Menem withdrew from the race.