in the last hours A new version of the report was released by Israel’s intelligence services, Mossad, On the terrorist attack on the Israeli Embassy in Argentina on March 17, 1992.
A few days ago the New York Times (NYT) revealed a text from the Mossad According to which the two attacks in Buenos Aires (embassy and AMIA attack) were carried out by agents of the pro-Iranian Lebanese organization Hezbollah, but Without the participation of Argentine citizens or Iranian Embassy personnel.
On behalf of the Israeli government, they appeared at the time to clarify that the report does not isolate Iran., “We do not take responsibility from Iran in any way for the Buenos Aires attacks. What we are saying is that, as operating agents on the ground, neither the Argentines nor the Iranians participated, but by Lebanon. The attacks were carried out from Hezbollah, which is Iran’s terrorist arm,” he said. page 12, from israel, lior hyattDirector of Public Diplomacy of the State of Israel, an office that reports to the Prime Minister.
Now Infobae unveils more aspects of the intelligence document “Iran-Lebanon/Hezbollah/ESO/’Islamic Jihad’-Israeli Embassy Attack”. who concludes that The Iranian regime and the Hezbollah organization were responsible The fact is that 22 were killed and more than 200 were injured.
The report states that attack infrastructure, as was done against AMIA, was built in 1988 in Argentina and Brazil., Consistent with an excerpt from the report released a few days ago, the new version confirms that there was no “local connection” and that No Argentine citizens took part in the terrorist attack.
The intelligence dossier gives a one-by-one description of each member who took part in the attack. And their names and surnames are provided, as well as a dissemination of their photographs. According to the investigation, all of them live in Lebanon and Iran.
According to the report of Mossad published by Infobae portal, The suicide driver of the attack on the embassy was 24-year-old Lebanese Muhammad Noor al-Din Nuer al-Din. Who was recruited into the Triple Frontier.