The Islamic Infiltration of South America

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What was left of the bombed building in Buenos Aires
In 1994, a terrorist attack in Buenos Aires, Argentina, killed 85 people and injured hundreds. Alberto Nisman (an investigator and prosecutor) has been following the trail of evidence for ten years and he uncovered an Islamic infiltration of South America, orchestrated by Iran.

In 2006, according to Wikipedia, "Nisman and Marcelo Martínez Burgos formally accused the government of Iran of directing the bombing, and the Hezbollah militia of carrying it out." The prosecutors said Buenos Aires was targeted when it decided not to transfer nuclear technology to Iran.

Nisman continued his investigations and was about to testify to the Argentina legislature that there was a government cover up of Iran's role in the bombing, but in January of this year he died from a gunshot to the head. The following are excerpts of a report on Nisman's findings by Linette Lopez, writing for Business Insider:

As days go by, the mystery surrounding the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman — who was found shot in the head in his locked apartment two months ago — becomes murkier.

But we’re learning a lot more about the explosive findings of his decade-long investigation.

Testimony from journalists and government officials suggest that in addition to describing Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s hand in protecting the perpetrators of a 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack, Nisman was also working to blow the lid off the workings of Iran’s terrorist organization in Latin America.

In a written statement on Wednesday, Brazilian investigative journalist Leonardo Coutinho walked members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs through the findings of his years of work looking into Iran’s penetration of Brazil.

In a statement titled “Brazil as an operational hub for Iran and Islamic Terrorism,” Coutinho discusses not only his findings while working for Brazil’s Veja magazine, but also Nisman’s tireless work.

“Official investigations carried out by Argentine, American, and Brazilian authorities have revealed how Brazil figures into the intricate network set up to ‘export Iran’s Islamic Revolution’ to the West, by both establishing legitimacy and regional support while simultaneously organizing and planning terrorist attacks,” Coutinho said (emphasis ours).

“Despite the fact that Brazil has never been the target of one of these terrorist attacks, the country plays the role of a safe haven for Islamic extremist groups, as explained below.”

He went on to note that Nisman’s 502-page dictum on the 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack “not only describes the operations of the network responsible for this terrorist attack, it also names those who carried it out. Consequently, the document lists twelve people in Brazil with ties to [Iran’s Lebanese proxy] Hezbollah, who reside or resided in Brazil. Seven of these operatives had either direct or indirect participation in the AMIA bombing.”

To put these astounding assertions into perspective, consider that Iranian military mastermind Qassem Suleimani recently said, “We are witnessing the export of the Islamic Revolution throughout the region."

Tony Badran, a research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains what Suleimani, head of the foreign arm of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps, meant by this:

“When he talks about exporting the Islamic Revolution, Suleimani is referring to a very specific template.

“It’s the template that the Khomeinist revolutionaries first set up in Lebanon 36 years ago by cloning the various instruments that were burgeoning in Iran as the Islamic revolutionary regime consolidated its power.”

And now, according to reporting from Veja and Nisman, Iran and Hezbollah have been attempting the same in Latin America.

Nisman had been working on Iran’s involvement in Latin America since 2005, when Nestor Kirchner, then Argentina’s president, asked him to investigate a 1994 terrorist attack on a Buenos Aires Jewish Center, AMIA. The attack killed 85 people.

Around the same time, according to reports, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who died in 2013, had allegedly ensured that Iranian and Hezbollah agents were furnished with passports and flights that would allow them to move freely around South America and to Iran.

From there, it was a matter of fund-raising for Iran’s agents — co-opting drug cartels, and sometimes hiding in remote, lawless parts of Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, and other countries that lack the infrastructural, legal, and economic resources to root out Iran’s agents of terror.

“Iran and Hezbollah, two forces hostile to US interests, have made significant inroads in Peru, almost without detection, in part because of our weak institutions, prevalent criminal enterprise, and various stateless areas,” Peru’s former vice interior minister told Wednesday’s House hearing, noting that Peru was not hostile to the US. “These elements are particularly weak in the southern mountainous region of my country.”

Nisman’s findings alleged that Hezbollah and top government officials in Iran orchestrated the AMIA attack.

Read the whole article here: Dead Argentine prosecutor was zeroing in on a terror threat to the entire Western Hemisphere.

4 comments:

Zackery Martel 2:14 PM  

Someone from South America emailed me this:

Now in Brazil's capital, Brasilia, just beside the Senate and the Presidential Palace, there is a brand new Mosque and the Palestinian "Embassy", a gift from Mr. Lula da Silva.

Zackery Martel 2:15 PM  

And he also sent a link to this:

THE TEHRAN-CARACAS-BUENOS AIRES CONNECTION

Zackery Martel 2:19 PM  

Someone emailed this:

Iran's terrorist proxy, Hezbollah, has been in Latin America for years. I wrote an article about it an included a summary plus download of the complete "Terrorist Groups in Latin America- House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade".

Feb 4, 2014 ​

http://www.examiner.com/article/caribbean-terrorism-risk-increases

chafilho 10:10 AM  

I'am from Curitiba, South Brazil, and since 2014, thousands of muslims are landing here. Every single town is receiving buses of muslims immigrants, and our government is involved. The federal government is increasing federal gun control to the brazilian people since 2005, and we're becoming unarmed and surrounded.

=> Some local news below (only in portuguese):

http://bandnewsfmcuritiba.com/curitiba-deve-receber-mais-tres-onibus-com-imigrantes-ate-sexta-feira-29/

http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/cotidiano/2015/02/1583619-parana-recebe-nova-onda-de-imigracao-de-muculmanos-em-busca-de-emprego.shtml

http://www.gazetadopovo.com.br/vida-e-cidadania/diaspora-acelera-avanco-do-isla-no-pr-eihwijz2m36zp0dr74obd1q32

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