One month ago, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was murdered, just a few hours before he was due to expose the complicity of the Argentine government with Iran in a joint attempt to cover up Iran’s guilt for a mega terrorist attack.
A few days ago almost half a million people marched in the heavy rain in Buenos Aires, and thousands more in twenty other towns worldwide, in homage to Nisman and demanding truth and justice.
The 1994 Iranian attack was a prequel to 9/11: the Jewish Community building in Argentina was blown up leaving 85 dead people and hundreds wounded. Nisman single-handedly traced the perpetrators and devoted his life to expose Iran as the head of a world terror network. He paid for it with his life.
Gustavo Perednik, a prolific Israeli author and a personal friend of Nisman’s, novelized the story of the brave Jewish prosecutor in his book To Kill Without a Trace.
Before 9/11, there was the 1994 Buenos Aires Jewish Community Centre Bombing – it is time to understand its lessons.
Gustavo Perednik’s book To Kill Without a Trace, now published in English, argues convincingly that the world must pay attention to terrorism against Jews because the rest of the world is next.
Gustavo Perednik, author of 14 books and more than 1000 articles on Jews and modernity, has lectured at universities in 50 countries on Jewish Civilization and Israel.
Independent scholar Elena Feder, who wrote the introduction to the English edition will introduce Mr. Perednik.
Thursday, March 26, 2015 – 7:30 p.m.
Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel
11461 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
$15 per person – cash or check at the door
$5 valet parking
Watch “60 Minutes” segment featuring Gustavo Perednik: