Amia Dossier: The Story of Israeli Infiltration of the Argentine Judiciary and Propaganda Against Iran

On July 18, 1994, a large building belonging to Argentine Jews in Buenos Aires was bombed.

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Amia Dossier: The Story of Israeli Infiltration of the Argentine Judiciary and Propaganda Against Iran

85 people died and more than 300 people were injured in the attack. Years after this tragic event, many documents and testimonies against Iran were revealed with the intense efforts of Israel. Even though this evidence turned out to be clearly fake and fabricated, the efforts by the Zionists and their agents in Argentina to incriminate the Islamic Republic of Iran did not end.

As soon as the explosion took place in two centers, the Israeli-Argentine Bilateral Association (AMIA) and the Association of Argentinian-Israeli Communities (DAIA), the Israeli regime quickly attributed the bomb to Iran and subsequently intensified the media environment with numerous protests organized in front of the Iranian Embassy in Buenos Aires. He tried to influence with his propaganda.

The Zionist judge assigned to the case was an Argentinian federal judge named "Juan José Galeano". However, Galeano, who was subjected to 11 official charges for preparing a false case against the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iranian nationals, bribing them to testify in this case, and other actions, was dismissed from his position by the Argentine Supreme Court on August 2, 2006, and his law license was revoked. .

Galeano's dismissal was a clear indication of the falsity of all the accusations he leveled against the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iranian nationals during his 11-year hold on the AMIA case. Of course, Galeano was not the only representative of the influential Israeli current in the Argentine Judicial System regarding the AMIA case, and the process of accusations against Iran did not end with his dismissal.

During the investigation, Galeano coerced several people to testify under disguised identities to support his hypothesis that Iran was involved in the bombings. Among these people was one of the lawyers in the AMIA case and some fugitive Iranians. In addition to keeping four innocent Argentinian officers in prison for 8 to 10 years in the AMIA case, Galeano bribed a stolen car dealer with $400,000. This individual was bribed to admit in court that he had provided trucks from Lebanon's Hezbollah to elements ordered to bomb by Iran.

This Argentine judge also issued the international arrest warrant for 8 Iranian diplomats in 2003, including former Iranian Ambassador to Buenos Aires Hadi Soleimanpour. This warrant led to Soleimanpour's arrest in Durham, England, on August 17, 2003. However, due to the evidence presented by Galeano not being accepted by the British courts, Soleimanpour was released on bail on 22 September, and finally on 22 November 2003, the British court gave a final verdict that the former Iranian Ambassador to Buenos Aires was not guilty and officially registered the case. closed.

This legal decision is one of the clearest documents showing that the 6,000 pages of documents submitted by Galeano to the British court to prove the Iranian diplomat's guilt in the AMIA case are fake and fabricated, and that the Zionists have penetrated the Argentine Judicial System.

Exposing Israel's False Claims

Although it became clear that the contents of this dossier and the accusations against Iran were fake when responsibility for the case was transferred to a judge named Kanicou Correal, on May 31, 2006, under pressure from the Argentine government, the AMIA and DAIA Zionist associations, and a new group consisting of the families of the victims, the AMIA bombing It formed a court of appeal to overturn the acquittal decision of the suspects. Interestingly, however, after hearing the plaintiffs and their lawyers, the court confirmed the previous acquittal and indictment against the Argentine government and Juan Galeano, once again refuting the false allegations of the Zionist institutions.

Members of the International Criminal Court (Interpol) Vote in Favor of Iran

After Argentina decided in 2004 to postpone the decision on this issue to Interpol's annual general meeting in September 2005, this time the President of Interpol denied all accusations and rumors that some Iranians were involved in this explosion, stating that the Argentine judge had acted unlawfully in the AMIA case . At this meeting, 95 out of 100 Interpol member countries voted in favor of Iran.

In any case, it is acknowledged by many that the United States and Israel put political pressure on the Argentine government on this issue.

Not Submitting a Single Document

Although the AMIA controversy has created a lot of noise around the world, no concrete evidence or documents have been found against Iran in all relevant courts, despite several judges being changed for the case.

This file is kept open for illegal and purely political reasons

But always, Israel tries to revive the AMIA case when it is pressured by Iran, and some major world powers such as the United States also help keep this case alive and put Iran under pressure by some international organizations.

On the other hand, it is unacceptable for a country to carry out two bomb attacks in the same region in a short period of time. Not only was the timing of these operations appropriate, but they could also have been located in many countries, such as Israeli embassies, which were better and more newsworthy.

High Influence of Zionism

General Vahidi, who was appointed Head of the Strategic Defense Center after his service at the Ministry of Defense, gave an overview of how this case was handled in an interview.

According to his research, when Argentina tried to improve its relations with Iran or when Israel was under international pressure for child massacres and crimes, it pursued this big lie. Even when Argentina requested documents from Israel, they did not have any, and when another explosion against Israel occurred before Amaya, Argentina said "Why don't you follow up on this?" asked. Of course, no one in the world accepted this false cause of the Zionists. Zionists have great influence in Argentina.

MEK Terrorists

Moreover, according to the statement made a few years ago by Alia, President of the Argentine Union of Trade Unions, the Argentine people are interested in discovering the truth of the "AMIA" issue, but in his opinion, the intense propaganda of the Zionist lobby and organized anti-Iran groups such as the MEK prevents the truth from being revealed. According to their research, American officials are surprisingly involved in this issue and even dismiss judges who oppose their views.