Someone planted the polonium much later, but anyhow: its time to bring him back!

He was a saint!

Any idea why neither Suha nor the PA agreed to release the French hospital’s medical file?

Al Reuters photo-essay whitewashes terrorist Arafatbastard

Now that the syphilitic terrorist Arafat is in the news again, Reuters put out a photo essay with 32 pictures going over his life.

The photos seem really, really selective, though….

They include photos of Arafat with the Pope, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela and others.

Good muslims would never do a thing like that:
You can buy tiny, but safe, amounts of polonium over the Internet.—An expert in Israel talked to the Jerusalem Post and came up with the same conclusion:
  • The high levels of the radioactive poison polonium reportedly found on the belongings of the late Pal-arab leader Yasser Arafat indicate that the toxin was planted on them long after Arafat’s death, a senior counter-terrorism analyst told The Jerusalem Post Thursday.Here is “pro Israel scumbag” Ahmad Jibril – who also happens to be head of the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) terrorist organization – stating Arafat died of AIDS (hat tip: PMW).
  • And here is “pro Israel scumbag” Dr. Ashraf Al-Kurdi, who also happened to be Arafat’s personal doctor (Thanks to Aussie Dave)
    Arafat’s personal doctor : “Arafat died of AIDS” by Ibn-Khaldun

    Jonathan S. Tobin writes

    there should be no doubt that the man who died in Lausanne in November 2004 was responsible for the slaughter of countless thousands, the introduction of new and fiendish methods of terrorism and for preventing any hope of peace between the Palestinians and Israel. The Palestinians would do better to examine their own failed and distorted political culture that makes peace impossible rather than worry about who killed the man who put them in the impossible position in which they still find themselves.  (Scaramouche)

    In he wake of EoZ’s expose yesterday that UNRWA schools were teaching Islam, teaching terror and glorifying “martyrdom,” against their own published standards, comes this from the Institute for Middle Eastern Democracy:  Another UNRWA scandal

    Israeli diplomat asked to leave energy forum in Cyprus—  Israellycool covered it.

2 thoughts on “Someone planted the polonium much later, but anyhow: its time to bring him back!”

  1. As always, I blame da Joooooooos!

    Well researched piece BTW.

    I’d refrained from covering the Aids/Plutonium story ’cause I’m really busy and there’s so much to write about, but I have to profess, I hadn’t thought of this angle.

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