Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mulling postwar Gaza; commemorating AMIA bombing
By TAMARA ZIEVELAST UPDATED: 07/17/2014 18:17
Diplomatic correspondent Herb Keinon analyzes potential outcomes of the
current Israel-Gaza conflict; 'Post' speaks to the niece of a victim of the
AMIA bombing, as Argentina set to mark 20 years since terror attack.If you
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This week, as various reports of ceasefire agreements between Israel and Gaza
are emerging after ten days of violence, diplomatic correspondent Herb Keinon
discusses how the Israeli government and Hamas each envision the end of the
conflict, and whether the current conflict has affected Israel's standing in
the international arena.
This Friday is also the 20th anniversary of the 1994 bombing of Argentina's
Jewish community center that killed 85 people and wounded hundreds, becoming
the country’s deadliest bombing ever. Israeli-Argentinian Roxana Levinson
lost her uncle in the terror attack, two years after losing her aunt in a
bombing of the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires in 1992. Levinson discusses
with the Post the impact these incidents had on her life.