Who/What Killed Yasir Arafat?

When Yasif Arafat was very sick and dying in Paris – so many different people accused Israel of making him sick. His wife, his aides, Palestinian leaders were quick to suggest that Israel had poisoned him…but no poison was found. They said Israel had given him cancer…but no cancer was found. There were hints, even than, that something else had caused his death…it has taken many years, and much secrecy, but the truth has come out…as it is most often likely to do.

Yasir Arafat died…not of anything that Israel did…but of AIDS he contracted under circumstances that are not clear…to say the least. Loyal to the end, his private doctor is willing to ignore all evidence and logic in order to maintain that Israel poisoned Arafat…in addition to the AIDS.

Arch-terrorist Yasser Arafat’s doctor has confirmed the long-circulating rumors
that the PLO chairman had AIDS – though the doctor insists Israel poisoned
Arafat as well, causing his death. Rumors have long circulated in both Israel
and the Palestinian Authority that Arafat’s symptoms prior to his death were
caused by AIDS. Within the PA, Israel has always been accused of poisoning the
PLO chairman.

Now, Arafat’s private doctor has joined other PLO officials in acknowledging that Arafat had the HIV virus, but is holding on to the claim that Israel was responsible for his ultimate demise, in a French hospital.

Dr. Ashraf al-Kurdi told the Jordanian Amman News Agency that Arafat
did, in fact, have AIDS – but insisted that the HIV virus was injected into the
chairman’s bloodstream, and not the result of illicit sexual activity


Senior US intelligence official James J. Welsh, the National Security Agency’s former PA analyst, told WorldNetDaily:

“One of the things we looked for when we were intercepting Fatah communications were messages about Ashbal [Lion cub] members who would be called to Beirut from bases outside of Beirut. The Ashbal were often orphaned or abandoned boys who were brought into the organization, ostensibly to train for later entry into Fedayeen fighter units.

Arafat always had several of these 13-15 year old boys in his entourage. We figured out that he would often recall several of these boys to Beirut just before he would leave for a trip outside Lebanon. It proved to be a good indicator of Arafat’s travel plans. While Arafat did have a regular security detail, many of those thought to be security personnel – the teenage boys – were actually there for other purposes.”

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