Argentina filters believers out of public service, while Mexico jails priests for telling their congregations to vote.
An Argentine lawyer investigated the crime and the coverup, and met his death.
Yellow stars and “laboratories of Jewish businessmen.”
Diego Schwartzmann and his predecessors.
And a new documentary streaming on Netflix regurgitates propaganda.
A step backward for Argentina.
Bad news from Buenos Aires.
The continued cover-up and obstruction of justice make it a potential future horror as well, and Buenos Aires is still at risk.
The rabbi, activist, and author of this month’s Mosaic essay drops by our studio to talk about his time in Argentina laboring to comfort, and to seek justice for, the bereaved.
“This odious bombing was aimed at striking Jews who were going to the synagogue, and it hit innocent French people.”
Occupying positions from the highest rungs of the Iranian government to agents and operatives in the field, the terrorists have been rewarded, not punished.
A personal look at the 25 years that have passed since the bombing of an Argentine Jewish center that killed 85 people, with no progress toward justice.
The bloodiest attack on Jews since the Holocaust.
Long before demanding Jews’ bodies, anti-Semitic societies demanded Jews’ dignity.