Recalling the hasty departure from our beloved, liberal Argentina, I think of Yakub Abu al-Kiyan leaving in his vehicle, perhaps to avoid seeing his home destroyed again.
The Buenos Aires attack killed 85 people and wounded hundreds of others. Iran has denied any connection with the attack and declined to turn over any suspects.
Foreign Office documents indicate Argentine air force used Skyhawk jets from Israel to bomb British warships.
Ali Akbar Velayati, Iran's foreign minister at the time of the bombing, has been implicated in ordering the attack and is now an adviser to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Parliamentarians and 250 experts from 17 countries attend Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism, a biennial gathering meeting for the first time in Latin America.
Jewish leaders ask Argentinian President Macri to help solve the 1994 attack on the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association that killed 85 people, Argentina's deadliest terrorist attack.
A threatening note with the logo was attached to a plastic bottle filled with cement that was thrown through a window of the Maccabi Jewish Community Center and sports club in Santa Fe City, the capital of the Santa Fe province.
Carlos Rosenkrantz is expected to be sworn in to Argentina's highest court next month after being approved last week by two-thirds of the Senate. He will be the first Jewish justice.
Daniel Olkenitzky, who was arrested for allegedly managing a sex ring, was also expelled from the Jewish organization ORT.
The famed rescuer of Jews had a wife, mistress and two children out of wedlock. Therein lie clues over whether Yad Vashem or the heir to his wife should own Schindler’s list.