The Voice of America has a strange article on its website. Entitled "World Jewish Leaders Praise Argentina's Decision to Expel Holocaust-Denying Bishop," it quotes precisely 3 leaders of Jewish organizations and declares a vast trend.
Is this the result of lazy reporting or an assumption that if 3 leaders of Jewish organizations think this is a good thing then all Jews agree? Case in point: I don't necessarily agree
Has the reporter never heard: "3 Jews,6 opinions"?
It should be noted that Argentina's government says that he was expelled because he did not inform the government of the true reason for his presence in the country and not because of his denial.
It should be noted that he is a visitor in the country so the country has the right to expel him.
Whether it is something Jews -- leaders or otherwise -- should be celebrating is another question.