Did Iran Murder Argentina's Crusading Prosecutor Alberto Nisman?
A very important chapter in the story of the (unsuccessful) war against Islamist terrorism
The subject of Gustavo Perednik's book, To Kill Without a Trace: A Prequel to 9/11, Alberto Nisman, was assassinated on Sunday, hours before he was to present evidence of a cover-up and obstruction of justice by the Argentine government in collusion with the Iranian backers of the Hezbollah terrorist attack in 1994 that killed 85 Jews and injured 300.
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Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor, died from a single gunshot wound to the head just hours before giving evidence about Iran's involvement in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. Did Iran murder Argentina's crusading prosecutor Alberto Nisman? [more...] The Government claims it was a suicide, but that is preposterous: his ten year quest for justice was about to bear fruit, so it is unlikely he killed himself. However, President Kirchner agreed that it was unlikely that Nisman committed suicide. [more...]
This is a MAJOR story in the West's struggle against Islamist terrorism and is a clear warning against those in our governments becoming corrupt and making deals with the terrorists. So the story is, of course, about Argentina and the 20 years of failure to achieve justice and about the heroic Alberto Nisman who gave his life, but it is also a much bigger story in light of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. This story and Gustavo's book are a warning to the West that Islamists will exploit corrupt officials and do anything they can to further terror attacks and Western submission to their goals.
Gustavo Perednik's To Kill Without a Trace: A Prequel to 9/11 introduces readers to this vitally important chapter in the Holy War that is being waged in Latin America in the name of Islam against the West. It recounts the events leading up to the bombing of the AMIA and beyond, exploring the social and political implications both for Argentina and the world. Never losing sight of the human dimension of the tragedy, Perednik's book is accurately based on reported facts and original legal documents, put at the author's disposal by none other than the chief investigator of the case, Argentina's Prosecutor, Alberto Nisman."
About the Author: Gustavo Perednik is the author of 14 books and more than 1,000 articles on Jews and modernity. He has lectured at universities in fifty countries on Jews, Jewish Civilization and Israel. Perednik graduated from the Universities of Buenos Aires and Jerusalem and he completed doctoral studies in Philosophy in New York and took courses at the Sorbonne (France), San Marcos (Peru) and Uppsala (Sweden). He was distinguished as outstanding lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he ran the four-year, preparatory and freshman programs, the Institute for Jewish Leaders from Abroad and the Ai Tian Program for Jewish Understanding in China.