AMIA and the whole society witnessed the deadliest horror ever when the terrorist attack was perpetrated on July 18, 1994.
The brutal attack caused 85 deaths, over 300 injuries and the complete destruction of the building.
Perpetrated two years after the bombing of the Israeli Embassy in Argentina, the AMIA bombing was the deadliest terrorist massacre in Argentina's history.
A few weeks later, the judge and the prosecutors involved at the beginning of the investigation concluded that the blast had been perpetrated through the use of a Trafic van converted into a truck bomb and the Hezbollah terrorist group, backed by the Islamic Republic of Iran, with the support of a local connection, was held responsible for the attack.
Since 1994, these conclusions have been strengthened and reinforced, and have never been questioned or dismissed by any of the investigators that have worked on the case.
Since 1994, AMIA has been claiming for justice and for the prosecution and effective sentencing of those responsible for committing and masterminding this brutal crime against humanity.
Since 1994, AMIA has been unwaveringly struggling for justice to be done and ensuring the permanent remembrance of the 85 people that were brutally murdered.