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Buenos Aires (JTA) — Seven
Lebanese and Brazilian nation-
als who had been suspected of
links to bombings of Jewish
buildings in Buenos Aires are su-
ing the Paraguayan government
because of their recent extradi-
tion to Argentina.
The seven — six Lebanese and
one Brazilian — were extradit-
ed from Paraguay on July 23 in
connection with an investigation
into illegal stocks of weapons
found near Buenos Aires in April
Argentine officials had hoped
that the seven also would provide
information regarding last year's
terrorist bombing of the Jewish
community's headquarters in
Buenos Aires as well as the 1992
bombing of the Israeli Embassy
But Argentine Judge Roberto
Marquevich freed the seven sus-
pects on July 27, after two days
Judge Marquevich said the in-
fo/ Illation he had was not suffi-
cient to bring a case.
The seven are now bringing
suit against the Paraguayan gov-
ernment for what they said was
a "miscarriage of justice."
They further charged that
their extradition was "a political
favor to the Argentine govern-
ment," adding that because Ar-
gentina has so far been unable
to find those responsible for last
year's bombing of the Buenos
Aires Jewish headquarters, "We
were arrested as scapegoats be-
cause we are Arabs."
Meanwhile, Lebanon's am-
bassador to Argentina, Riad
Kantar, accused Argentina of
"discrimination against Arabs in
general and Lebanese in partic-
"Every time there is a terror-
ist attack in Argentina, the gov-
ernment rounds up Lebanese
nationals and charges them with
being Islamic terrorists. And
every time they are released for
lack of any proof whatsoever,"
Mr. Kantar said.
Further charges against
Lebanese nationals living in
Paraguay were leveled by the
country's foreign minister dur-
ing an international conference
on terrorism that convened in
Interior Minister Carlos
Podesta told the gathering that
there were residing in the east-
ern Paraguayan city of Ciudad
del Este "at least 100 Lebanese
young men who were militants
in Islamic terrorist organizations,
but are retired now."
Mr. Podesta refused to elabo-
rate. Nor did he substantiate his
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