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Argentinian prosecutor tied Rouhani to 1994 Iran regime bombing

By NCRI staff

NCRI - Hassan Rouhani, the president of the clerical regime in Iran, has been at the center of the deceased Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman probe into the Iranian regime’s role in the 1994 bombing in Bunes Aires that left 85 dead and hundreds wounded, according to columnist Andres Oppenheimer who had been in contact with the prosecutor as early a day before his death.

Nisman Case Highlights Worries about Appeasing Iran


President Obama’s soft approach to dealing with Iran’s nuclear program and with the Iranian regime as a whole has been variously criticized as something that is based on a naïve outlook on that regime and as something that is focused on a self-serving agenda, namely securing a foreign policy legacy.

Terrorism and War Deaths Weakening Iran’s Political Narratives

By INU staff

INU- On Monday it was reported that Argentine special prosecutor Alberto Nisman had been found fatally shot in his home. Since 2004, Nisman had been leading an investigation into the 1994 bombing of the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association community center, an incident that has been widely attributed to Tehran and its Hezbollah affiliates. Nisman was scheduled to appear in court the day after his death, to present evidence alleging Iran’s involvement as well as a cover-up by the current Argentine president.

Iran Issues Questionable Response to Terrorist Attack

By INU staff

INU- On Wednesday, Paris was struck by a shocking terrorist attack when militants opened fire with pump action shotguns and Kalashnikovs in the offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and wounding several others. The attackers, who remain at large and have not been claimed as members by any terrorist organization, were heard to shout that they had “avenged the Prophet” during the attack. Charlie Hebdo had already been the subject of threats and attacks by Islamic extremists in the past, related to publications such as cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammad.

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