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APT Re-Releases Alberto Nisman’s Report Fingering Iran on 25th Anniversary of the AMIA Bombing

For the 25th anniversary of the Buenos Aires AMIA bombing, APT re-releases murdered prosecutor’s report proving Iran was behind the anti-Jewish mass slaughter

On July 18, Jews will gather at the Argentinian consulate in New York City to mourn the victims of the mass murder of 85 Argentinian citizens, mostly Jews, 25 years ago by Iranian operatives who bombed the AMIA Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires.

Today, APT is re-releasing the 674-page investigative report on the bombing issued in 2006 by the Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who paid with his life for his courageous efforts to bring justice to the victims and the Jewish community.

Nisman (a Jew) was found murdered in his Buenos Aires apartment on January 19, 2015, just hours before he was scheduled to testify at a hearing about his recent accusations against Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and then-foreign minister Héctor Timmerman. Nisman alleged that they had agreed to cover up the involvement of Iranian officials in the 1994 AMIA bombing in exchange for a trade deal with the Islamic Republic.

In 2009, APT president Dr. Charles Jacobs interviewed Nisman for Boston’s Jewish Advocate and was given an English copy of the report. APT first released it on January 28, 2015, just nine days after Nisman was founded dead.

On the original press release, Jacobs said, “[Nisman] is an historic figure, a Jewish hero. The Jewish community and all decent people will never forget this act of terror, nor will we forget our hero, Alberto Nisman.”

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