The Bulgarian terror attack: Beware of not falling into yet another Israeli trap
By Maidhc Ó Cathail
The Passionate Attachment
July 19, 2012
In light of the concerted attempt by Israeli officials and the Jewish state’s partisans around the world to link yesterday’s terrorist attack in Bulgaria to the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires exactly 18 years ago on July 18, 1994, it’s worth recalling Alireza Miryousefi’s reply to Alan Dershowitz published by the Wall Street Journal this February. As the First Secretary of the Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the U.N. observed about an earlier attack in the Argentine capital:
Finally, regarding the author’s false allegations about Iran’s role in a bombing in Argentina in 1992, suffice it to say that the real target was Argentina’s bilateral relations with Iran. Given Israel’s notoriety in using so-called “false flag operations,” the real value of Mr. Dershowitz’s article is that it should send a warning to the people and American policy makers to beware of not falling into yet another Israeli trap.
As for the 1994 attack, award-winning investigative reporter Gareth Porter wrote today, “I spent months investigating that bombing in 2006-07 and found that the Argentine case against Iran was not based on real evidence at all.”