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Jews poisoned Arafat with polonium-210 from their nuclear reactors

Publication time: 5 July 2012, 12:18

Reuters reported with reference to the Qatari television station Al Jazeera that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat died not a natural death eight years ago: he was poisoned by the Jews with a radioactive polonium-210 from their nuclear reactors. As you know, the so-called "Israel" is a nuclear power and has at least 200 nuclear bombs in its criminal arsenal.

The channel refers to data from the Institute of Radio Physics (Institut de Radiophysique) in the Swiss Lausanne. The widow of the deceased in 2004 gave his personal belongings there, on which the scientists discovered traces of polonium-210.

 

Experts emphasize: the fact that the rapidly decaying and a rare element has not yet vanished, said that Arafat gave it intentionally.

Arafat was poisoned by the murderers in white coats in hospital in France and unexpectedly died on October 12, 2004.

The director of the Lausanne Institute Francois Bochud told Al Jazeera:

 

"I can confirm to you that we measured an unexplained, elevated amount of unsupported polonium-210 in the belongings of Mr. Arafat that contained stains of biological fluids: with blood, sweat, saliva and urine".

 

Bochud said the only way to confirm the findings would be to exhume Arafat's body to test it for polonium-210.

 

"But we have to do it quite fast because polonium is decaying, so if we wait too long, for sure, any possible proof will disappear".

 

Al-Jazeera reports:

"The findings have led Suha Arafat, his widow, to ask the Palestinian Authority to exhume her late husband's body from its grave in Ramallah. If tests show that Arafat's bones contain high levels of polonium, it would be more conclusive proof that he was poisoned, doctors say.

 

"I know the Palestinian Authority has been trying to discover what Yasser died from", Suha Arafat said in an interview. "And now we are helping them. We have very substantial, very important results. We got into this very, very painful conclusion, but at least this removes this great burden on me, on my chest. At least I've done something to explain to the Palestinian people, to the Arab and Muslim generation all over the world, that it was not a natural death, it was a crime".

 

It is to be recalled that Yasser Arafat survived more than one attempt on his life, at the time of the murder served as chairman of the Palestinian National Authority.

Al-Jazeera recalls that a Russian dissident Litvinenko was also poisoned in 2006 with the polonium-210 from the Russian nuclear reactors, and reports:

"But Arafat's personal effects, particularly those with bodily fluids on them, registered much higher levels of the element. His toothbrushes had polonium levels of 54mBq; the urine stain on his underwear, 180mBq. (Another man's pair of underwear, used as a control, measured just 6.7mBq.)

 

Further tests, conducted over a three-month period from March until June, concluded that most of that polonium - between 60 and 80 per cent, depending on the sample - was "unsupported," meaning that it did not come from natural sources".

 

It is to be recalled that on September 11, 2005 Kavkaz Center reported:

The attending doctor of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat who died in a Paris military hospital Percy on November 11, 2004, former Minister of Health of Jordan, Ashraf Kurdi, reiterated the trustiness of the reports recently emerged in press that Arafat died of poisoning.

He noted that the sudden illness and death of Arafat is still causing him a lot of questions, because after sending him to France for medical treatment, he was not made known about the diagnosis and doctors' actions, despite the fact that Kurdi was the personal physician of the Palestinian leader for several years.

 

A year before his death the besieged Palestinian leader expressed concern that the agents of "Israel" could poison him.

In a book "The Seventh War" of the two Jewish journalists Amos Harel and Avi Issachar published in 2005, are given evidences of a number of senior officials of the Palestinian Authority, including Muhammad Dahlan and Nasser al-Kidwa, who testifies that Arafat was poisoned by the Jews.

Interestingly, the Zionist regime itself is not particularly refutes rumors about its involvement in the murder of Arafat, and even warms up the rumors through a variety of information leakage".

Al-Jazeera's video footage about the murder of Arafat in English in two parts can be viewed at the following link.

Meanwhile, an officer of the FSB, journalist Maksim Shevchenko, accused "Israel" in the murder with polonium-210 of not only Arafat, but also Litvinenko. In incoherent and unintelligible verbal eruption on one of the KGB websites Shevchenko wrote:

"What Litvinenko, a former Russian intelligence officer, engaged in the Caucasus and published continually on the website Kavkaz Center (Litvinenko was never published on the Kavkaz Center - KC), has to do with Israel and the US? But Litvinenko was a man of Boris Berezovsky, and he, in recent years under the name of Elenin frequently visited Israel, has collaborated with Israel, etc.

Litvinenko collaborated with Alexander Goldfarb, who is an American agent for many, many years. He does not hide this, and he is proud of it. I personally do not rule out that both Arafat and Litvinenko - have the same proponents of murder and, perhaps, the same executioners".

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center



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