a reply for the never ending accusation of Israel in Yasser Arafat's death

Once again I found myself arguing with a Palestinian over Yasser Arafat's death. Once again I found myself explaining that once one suspects foul play in the man's death, it is much more logical to suspect the Palestinians than any other group in the world, because when he died, it was obvious that the second Intifada was a horrible failure for the Palestinians gaining them nothing, annulling much of their Oslo accord related achievements. Arafat himself was isolated in his residents, without influence, a symbolic relic of a failed political leader, who misread the reality, denied his last opportunity to set a Palestinian state in his own life and started a violent terror attack only to discover that the Jews of the Holy Land were once again far stronger than the estimations of the Arabs.

But you don't have to take my word for it.
read the wiki article about the cause of death of Yasser Arafat and think (with an open mind) about the following facts:

  1. The widow refused to let an autopsy take place. 
  2. The medical file was given to Palestinian hands, and yet, where are the proofs from the medical records about the cause of death? 
  3.  Palestinians were taking care of him in his last days, way outside of the influence or control of Israeli hands 
  4.  Arafat's personal physician for 18 years (!),  Al-Kurdi, was not called to treat him in those days ! 
  5. Palestinians quoting anonymous French sources said that tests of  his blood indicated that no poison known to be used by the Israeli Mossad was found in the man's body. It is a well known fact that the Mossad and the french secret services cooperated widely in the 50s and 60s. As new posions are hard to come by, it is far more reasonable to assume the french would have found such poison. The Palestinians, on the other hand, have been working closely with the soviets between the 60s and the late 80s, and probably had knowledge of posions unknown to the west or to the Mossad. 
  6. Many palestinians officials denied allegations of poisoning in the first years after the man's death. Only when it became impossible to tie between them and his death, did they start supporting the assassination theories. 

The only logical explanation, impossible as it may seem, is that Palestinians, of Yasser Arafat's own inner circle, murdered him.

That is if you absolutely refuse to accept a far more known theory, that the man died of AIDS, and his inner circle has been running in circles ever since to prevent this fact from becoming public knowledge. 

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