February 12, 2013

Tehran's Booming Latin American Alliance

Benny Avni, New York Post

AP Photo

Nearly two decades after a car bomb destroyed a Buenos Aires Jewish community center, killing 85, Argentina is forming a “truth commission” with Iran to investigate the case.

Yeah, and OJ is still looking for the real killers, too.

The commission is to “investigate” terrorism that Argentina long ago determined had been ordered by top officials in Tehran. It’s yet another success for Iran in breaking out of international “isolation” by tightening its relations with anti-American Latin regimes.

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TAGGED: Latin America, Tehran, Iran

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