Lavi-Seattle and Against Victor are surely right that Iran was behind the mass killing in the AMIA explosion, probably with some assistance from the then-Argentine government and police. The issue here is what is the role of Israel in dealing with the issue today, and whether Israel has some kind of extra-territorial rights when it comes to Jews throughout the world. There is now a democratic government in Argentina, one in which Jews are well-represented, and it is up to them to decide how to proceed in this case, which indeed has so far been a travesty of justice. They may be right or they may be wrong, but it's up to them. Israel does not come to these issues with clean hands. Israel had no problem cozying up to murderers and former murderers--including Germany shortly after WWII--when it served its purposes. And rather than being for Jews around the world a source of protection, it is in the main a source of risk. The most useful thing Israel can do is to behave honorably in its own area, which it hasn't been doing.
Saudis warns U.S. that 9/11 responsibility law would erode investor confidence in America (Reuters)