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Argentina’s new president embraces Judaism. But will he be ‘Good for the Jews’?

Far-right libertarian Javier Milei often cites verses from the Torah when discussing economic policy. But the largest Jewish community in Latin America is reserving judgment.

Argentina’s shocking primary winner could become the country’s first Jewish president

Libertarian economist and ‘anarcho-capitalist’ Javier Milei studies with a rabbi regularly and wants to convert to Judaism.

Why has no one ever been prosecuted for the bombing of the Argentinian Jewish Centre?

On 18 July 1994, 85 people were killed and hundreds injured by bombs at the Argentine Mutual Israel ite Association (AMIA) in Buenos Aires. Argentina's Jewish community is still seeking justice, writes JAVIER SINAY.

Mossad finds Iran didn’t play ‘on the ground’ role in Hezbollah’s Argentina bombings

Tehran trained terrorists but its agents weren’t directly involved; Hezbollah hid explosives in chocolate, shampoo bottles on flights from Europe

Espionage and terror in Amazon’s new series about Argentina’s unresolved bombings

Daniel Burman’s ‘Yosi, the Regretful Spy’ is the true story of a cop who went undercover as a Jew for decades, and how he may have inadvertently aided the attacks

New doco with Eichmann’s ‘lost confession’ to be screened in Israel

The Devil Speaks – Eichmann’s Lost Confession features a bombshell interview with Adolf Eichmann in Argentina, and will screen at the DocAviv film fest next month

LISTEN Rabbi Sergio Bergman, climate change advocate visits Australia

Rabbi Sergio Bergman is a former Argentine Environment Minister and currently president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, talks to the ABC's Andrew West

From world 114 to 18: Karatsev now in the big three at the Australian Open

A year ago, Aslan Karatsev was an unknown qualifier; in 2022 he joins Diego Schwartzman and Denis Shapovalov as one of three Jewish-born men's players in the top 20

The surprising three countries that were the biggest source of Aliyah so far this year

JUDY MALTZ: Figures show France, Argentina and Chile lead the way, with increased interest in immigration also from US and Britain

Outrage in Argentina as Mengele sidekick honoured on banknote

Health secretary under Perón set to be featured on new note, but local Jewish community leaders express anger given his historic links to Nazi doctors

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