Argentine foreign minister accuses Israel of giving 'ammunition to anti-Semites,' sources say
Hector Timerman's remarks were made during a dressing down of Israel's envoy Dorit Shavit, after Israel tried to get explanation about the Argentina-Iran agreement to create a 'truth commission' to investigate the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish center.
Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman accused Israel of giving "ammunition to anti-Semites who accuse Jews of dual loyalty" as part of an exceptionally harsh dressing down of Israel's ambassador Dorit Shavit, sources say.
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