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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Wife Suha Blames Israel For Arafat's Death

Nadene Goldfoot
The Palestinians are desperate to find some dirt to throw at the Israelis so are digging into Yasser Arafat's grave to get evidence that the Jews had poisoned him.  The scuttle but on Arafat was that he had died from Aids because blood tests had revealed he had the HIV virus and had tested positive.    Arafat had been confined by the Israeli army to his compound in Ramallah for 2 years. He had been ill for some time.  His doctors had cited a possible idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and cirrhosis.  He was airlifted to a military hospital in France.  He died there on November 11, 2004.  He was treated by French doctors who said they couldn't establish the cause of death and cited privacy laws.  They couldn't give details of the nature of his illness.

With AIDS he would have experienced  symptoms like the flu at first:   fever, muscle soreness, rash, headache, sore throat, mouth and genital ulcers, swollen lymph glads on neck, joint pain, night sweats and diarrhea.  Later he could have had a cough, fatigue, weight loss, and shortness of breath.

They've dug up the idea that he died a slow death from Polonium-210, a radioactive agent,  that a former Russian spy, Alexander Litvinenko died from  in London 2006.  Symptoms of this poisoning would have been:  nausea, hair loss, throat swelling and his pallor, being quite pale.    Usually they get something like lung cancer.  Being around tobacco would bring it about as well.

This investigation supposedly came about because his wife, Suha Arafat had some clothing of Arafat and had it tested at the Institut de Radiophysique in Lausanne, Switzerland.  They said they found "high levels of polonium-210".  However, the symptoms described in his medical reports are not consistent with the radioactive agent.  Suha has requested that his remains be brought up for an autopsy.  He's buried in a limestone mausoleum in Ramallah.  He had died at the age of 75.  Muslims don't do autopsies, like Jews, but this is a chance for them to pin something on the Israelis, so are breaking that rule.

Israel denies any involvement in Arafat's death.  They said the onus was on the Palestinians.  Saeb Erekat, Chief PLO negotiator reports that the PA is pressing for a joint international-Arab League committee to investigate his death.  Of course they're counting on poisoning so that as they say," the perpetrators must be put to justice," as they count on them being the Israelis.  Peace talks had collapsed with Arafat in 2000 and fighting continued, which could have come about through his advanced illness or attitude.

I'm wondering where Suha had been keeping his clothing all these 8 long years.  Just where has she been lately?  Polonium is found in the food chain, especially in seafood.  It has a short half-life; 138.38 days.  I'd say his clothes were tied up in an enclosed space among crab shells or some other seafood and tobacco.  Is she smoking now?

Now who would have wanted Arafat dead?  It couldn't have been someone who was from the Hamas organization, could it?  How about someone like Abbas who replaced him in the Fatah group that Arafat had started.  The Palestinians are going to try to pin it and  Sharon, most likely who suffered a stroke on January 4, 2006 and went into a coma, not to revive and died only a few days ago.

Resource: PA wants joint int'l-Arab probe on Arafat's death

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