CAM Represented at Opening of International Christian Embassy Jerusalem Office in Argentina
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) was represented last week by Director of Hispanic Outreach Shay Salamon at the inauguration of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) office in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The ceremony took place during a historic visit to Latin America by ICEJ Vice President of International Affairs Dr. Mojmir Kallus.
Within the framework of the trip, Salamon held several meetings with ICEJ Argentina staff, including Director Diego Freytes and Deputy Director Valeria Ashllian, as well as Carolina Freytes and Daniel Ashllian.
Salamon also spoke at a gathering of evangelical Christians pastors and representatives from nine churches, at Pastor Oscar Silva’s Oasis de Paz congregation in the city of Belén de Escobar, near Buenos Aires. He presented them with CAM’s activities and expressed gratitude for their support for Israel and the Jewish people.
Furthermore, Salamon was a member of a delegation that visited the Israeli embassy in the Argentine capital and met with Ambassador Galit Ronen.
The delegation presented the ambassador with a memorial plaque commemorating the 30th anniversary of the March 1992 truck bombing at the embassy — perpetrated by Iran-backed terrorists — in which 29 people were killed.
The delegation went on to visit the synagogue of the Buenos Aires Orthodox Jewish community, hosted by Rabbi Daniel Oppenheimer, Ajdut Israel Kosher, and the Asociación Concordia Israelita Argentina.
For more information on the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, please visit: int.icej.org