Was Iran behind the murder of Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman?

Two terrorism experts see the fingerprints of Iran in the alleged suicide early yesterday of Alberto Nisman, the Argentinian prosecutor who was to testify before the National Congress the same afternoon on the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 and injured hundreds.  Nisman had amassed evidence of a cover-up by the Argentinian government.  He released an explosive 300-page report documenting this last week.  No one has been successfully prosecuted in the bombing, the worst terrorist attack in the country’s history.

Nisman’s “suicide” comes a day after an Israeli strike on a Hezb’allah convoy in Syria, killing six, including the son of its late military commander.  Iran sponsors the terrorist organization, which controls southern Lebanon, and has provided the personnel for its global operations targeting Israelis and non-Israeli Jews.

Announcing on Friday that he would veto any sanctions imposed by Congress against Iran, President Obama said, “My main message to Congress at this point is to hold your fire.”  This is not something he’s apparently advised his negotiating partners in Tehran.

Two terrorism experts see the fingerprints of Iran in the alleged suicide early yesterday of Alberto Nisman, the Argentinian prosecutor who was to testify before the National Congress the same afternoon on the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 and injured hundreds.  Nisman had amassed evidence of a cover-up by the Argentinian government.  He released an explosive 300-page report documenting this last week.  No one has been successfully prosecuted in the bombing, the worst terrorist attack in the country’s history.

Nisman’s “suicide” comes a day after an Israeli strike on a Hezb’allah convoy in Syria, killing six, including the son of its late military commander.  Iran sponsors the terrorist organization, which controls southern Lebanon, and has provided the personnel for its global operations targeting Israelis and non-Israeli Jews.

Announcing on Friday that he would veto any sanctions imposed by Congress against Iran, President Obama said, “My main message to Congress at this point is to hold your fire.”  This is not something he’s apparently advised his negotiating partners in Tehran.