On November 11, 2004 the world became a better place. That’s when Yasser Arafat, the man responsible for so many Jewish and Palestinian deaths, died after a long illness. Since that day, the despotic killer’s Arab compatriots have been claiming that his death was a result of Israeli poisoning.
The big news this week is the Palestinians may dig up the murderer to see if he was radioactive when he died. This was a result of radioisotope tests performed on his belongings by a Swiss lab, which found “very small” quantities of polonium, an isotope that is naturally present in the environment. But there were higher quantities of polonium in Arafat’s underwear and hospital clothing.
Suha Arafat (the despot’s widow), called for an autopsy in the wake of the lab’s findings (she did not explain why she waited nearly eight years to have the belongings, including a toothbrush and a fur hat, tested).
The fact is the polonium on Arafat’s “tighty whiteys” is an elaborate hoax. Polonium has a half-life of 138 days, which means roughly every four-and-a-half months only half of the radioactive substance remains. The amount found on Arafat’s gown and boxers, eight years after his death translates to levels that would have infected his doctors and wife during his last days. In other words the polonium was added more recently than eight years ago.
If they dig up this vampire, let’s hope they also test his remains for AIDS because there is much evidence that the former dictator died of the horrible disease.
For years, Dr. Ashraf al-Kurdi has tried selling his theory about the murderer Arafat’s death and is still working at it. Al-Kurdi was Arafat’s personal physician (who had nothing to do with treating the killer at the end of his life). He claims that the terrorist murderer was purposely infected with the AIDS virus shortly before his death to hide the fact that he was poisoned. One of the theories was that he was poisoned via his ear canal just like Hamlet’s father.
“It was easy to poison him in the ear, because he was under siege and he used to receive a lot of people and he used to hug them to kiss them and my assumption is that the perpetrator carried a small balloon of gas and he could blow it in Arafat’s ear,” said Ahmed Abdel Rahman, who worked closely with Arafat.
The truth is that Arafat was gay. Obviously just because he had AIDS did not mean Arafat was gay, but the truth that Arafat was gay was a well known/well kept secret in the Arab world.
Ion Mihai Pacepa who, as the former head of Romanian intelligence was the highest-ranking intelligence officer ever to have defected from the Soviet Union, wrote in his memoirs that Arafat potentially died of AIDS, is but more evidence for what many have long suspected about the late Palestinian nationalist leader’s sexuality.
Pacepa recounted a conversation with a Romanian general, Constantin Munteaunu, tasked with training Arafat. “I just called the microphone monitoring center to ask about the ‘Fedayee’,’’ explained Munteaunu. (Fedayee was Arafat’s code name.) “After the meeting with the Comrade, he went directly to the guesthouse and had dinner.Munteaunu also compiled an intelligence report stating that Arafat’s first homosexual relationship occurred with a teacher, when he was a teenager.
In 2000, Yasser Arafat repeatedly rubbed Terry McAuliffe’s leg under the table at a Washington dinner party, before kissing him on the lips. McAuliffe, the former Democratic National Committee chairman, reports this in his book, “What A Party! My Life Among Democrats: Presidents, Candidates, Donors, Activists, Alligators and Other Wild Animals.”
James Kirchick, who writes for the New Republic and Foreign Policy magazines, wrote an article for Out Magazine in 2007 in which he reported:
Arafat died in France on November 11, 2004, at the age of 75. There was considerable secrecy about the cause of his demise, but his symptoms included the blotchy skin of Kaposi’s sarcoma, severe weight loss, dementia, and a collapse of the immune system - all telltale signs of the AIDS virus. PLO senior advisor Bassam Abu Sharif claimed his ex-boss was poisoned by Mossad with a lethal dose of thallium, but Nabil Shaath, Palestinian Foreign Minister, admitted to Arab News that Arafat’s blood was meticulously analyzed by German and French laboratories and no trace of poison was found. U.S.A. intelligence analyst John Loftus told ABC news that the CIA was aware, for years, that Arafat had AIDS.
Palestinian leader Ahmad Jibril confirmed that former Palestinian President Yasser Arafat died of AIDS. Jibril, like many Palestinians, readily accepted the notion that Israel had assassinated Arafat, and wanted the Palestinian Authority to conduct an official investigation concluding as much. The response from Abbas’ aides changed in an instant Jibril’s view of his deceased mentor.
They were silent, and then one of them said to me: ‘To be honest, the French gave us the medical report, that stated that the cause of [Arafat’s] death was AIDS.”
During the year before he died, news reports show Arafat looking frail and sickly. The rumors at the time ranged from colitis to cancer. His immediate cause of death was a massive brain hemorrhage according to the French doctors. Suha Arafat and the Palestinian Government have suppressed the actual medical reports.
If they are going to dig up this horrid creature to test for radioactivity, shouldn’t they also put to rest all of the claims he died of AIDS?
Maybe it doesn’t matter. After all, no matter what the results of any exhumation/testing of Arafat’s rotting carcass, no amount of evidence will convince the Palestinians or the liberal media that Arafat’s death was caused by anything other than a secret Israeli operation.
Jeff Dunetz is the Editor/Publisher of the political blog “The Lid” (www.jeffdunetz.com). Jeff contributes to some of the largest political sites on the internet including American Thinker, Big Government, Big Journalism, NewsReal and Pajama’s Media, and has been a guest on national radio shows including G. Gordon Liddy, Tammy Bruce and Glenn Beck. Jeff lives in Long Island.