Well, I see that ol’ Yasser is being dug up today to see if he was poisoned by those evil Jews rather than dying of AIDS as his doctor stated. BBC following the Palestinian driven conspiracy with bated breath. When he was alive, Arafat got the kid glove treatment from the BBC and even has he lies rotted away, they STILL want to portray this vile monster as some sort of “victim”

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30 Responses to YASSIR – THAT’S MY BABY…

  1. Alan says:

    This came out nearly two weeks ago…ignored by BBC:


    In a telephone interview with The Times of Israel, Masse said flatly that “there is absolutely no way the symptoms described in Yasser Arafat’s medical report match those of poisoning by polonium.”


    • Guest Who says:

      Shame then if, in what one is sure will be a CSI-level hoiking out of the ground, any dedicated legacy type decided to rub some half-life counter tweaking goodies around?
      The level of ‘reporting’ out of that bunch, and how it has tainted such as the BBC, makes anything any of them now claim like the Chernobyl of credibility news-wise anyway.
      The Israelis should be thanking JD, WD, OG, BP & JB.
      Even if he has a blue and white Little Boy with Made in Tel Aviv stamped on it halfway up his jacksie, and a signed ‘Screw You’ from Benjy himself attached, the only people who would give it any credence would be his fellow investors and the brain-dead collection of inbreds they get curl round their fingers at the drop of a Koran.
      Plus, of course, the BBC.


  2. Demon says:

    Stating the obvious, but if it is found that he was in fact poisoned, it would still be unlikely to be Israel that did the deed. It would be far more likely someone from one of the other gangs of cut-throats and terrorists, or even one of his own trying to climb the greasy pole in Arafat’s own gang.


  3. George R says:

    INBBC’s Barbara PLETT and Arafat:-

    “From the Media Bias Files: Weeping For Arafat”




  4. Cassandra King says:

    It is of course just another islamofascist plan to smear Israel, and as such it is a vital story for the BBC to peddle, if its important to islamofascism its important to the BBC. Perfect synergy and comradely cooperation between two of the ugliest forces operating in the world today.


  5. George R says:

    “Yasser Arafat, ‘the stuff of legends’
    A warning for the future.”

    Three articles by Tom Gross.



  6. Backwoodsman says:

    There was an offshore construction company, called CCC, set up in The Gulf to provide funds / as a front for the PLO. The guys working on the barges were expected to contribute part of their wages to the cause.
    When Arafat died they openly said he liked being nobbed by young guys and had died of aids.


  7. prole says:

    If the BBC is bias, its towards the objectivity and not petty baseless character assassinations. Arafat was a pivotal figure in the Middle East who represents a large group of people,. Ignoring the Palestinians doesn’t resolve anything.

    I’d be surprised if Arafat had been murdered but as the Israelis tried to do so, they are going to be number one suspects if the opposite is proven.


    • Demon says:

      Prole, in your world the Israelis are number one suspects for everything, from Kennedy’s assassination, 9/11, the sinking of the Titanic, the Falklands War, the Hole in the Ozone Layer, the Banking Crisis, a cold cup of coffee at Starbucks etc.

      To suggest anything other than the people in your world blaming the Israelis for the possible poisoning of this mass-murderer would not be believable.


      • ltwf1964 says:

        I think prole must be a reject from abovetopsecret

        ATS is where most of the interweb loonies and jew haters spew their bile day and daily


      • johnnythefish says:

        A small example of Araft’s quest for a peaceful settlement for your education, Prole (and not for the first time) – don’t believe everything they didn’t teach you in school:

        According to Ben-Ami, Israel tried to find a solution for Jerusalem that would be “a division in practice…that didn’t look like a division;” that is, Israel was willing to compromise on the issue, but needed a face-saving formula. The Palestinians, however, had no interest in helping the Israelis; to the contrary, they wanted to humiliate them.” Nevertheless, Ben-Ami said Israel dropped its refusal to divide Jerusalem and accepted “full Palestinian sovereignty” on the Temple Mount and asked the Palestinians only to recognize the site was also sacred to Jews.[1a]

        Arafat’s only contribution was the assertion that, in reality, no Jewish Temple ever existed on the Temple Mount, only an obelisk; the real Temple existed in Nablus, he said. Not only did he not make any accommodation to Israel, Ross said, “he denied the core of the Jewish faith.” [2] This stunning remark illustrated how Arafat had become caught up in the mythology he had created and indicated to the Americans that he was incapable of the psychological leap necessary — the one Anwar Sadat had made — to achieve peace. As a result, President Clinton’s press conference following the summit laid most of the blame for the outcome on Arafat’.


        • ltwf1964 says:

          prole is like a 1970’s computer

          you have to punch information into both of them


          • johnnythefish says:

            And every now and then you got a parity error, except in Prole’s case, when it was every time.


  8. Colonel Blimp says:

    While they’re at it, maybe someone could investigate how Arafat’s widow Suha came to be sitting on several billion dollars that fund her lifestyle in Paris. Surely it can’t be that saintly old Uncle Yassir was skimming the PLO funds, could it?


  9. deegee says:

    The BBC doesn’t say or even ask in whose interest is this inquiry. This is the type of investigative journalism we have learnt NOT to expect from the BBC.

    There is no need to prove Israel murdered Arafat. A majority of Palestinians don’t require or even want proof. It’s like the BBC refusing to countenance that Omar the Gaza baby may have been the victim of friendly fire or or a secondary blast from a butane heater caused by scrapnel from exploding Hmas munitions. Israel did it, obviously. No need for further investigation

    Nor do they need to proof Arafat didn’t die from AIDS. The best way is just to ignore it and keep him in the ground. BTW Although Arafat’s homosexuality is really not in doubt, there is no evidence he died from this disease. His doctor didn’t say he died from AIDS, rather that evidence of the disease was found and may have been planted. He could have been HIV positive.

    The BBC should be asking who benefits, now, from this circus. Most likely this is a three dispute between Suha Arafat, Mahmud Abbas and Salam Fayyad. Whoever inherits control over Arafat’s legacy gains credibility, status and possibly a great deal of money.

    Abbas facing criticism for his lack of involvement in Gaza, which he didn’t or couldn’t even visit and with an on-again/off-again UN effort has to prove relevancy and control. Excavating Arafat is a form of muscle flexing without the risk of being towed behind a motor cycle.


  10. Nat says:

    If Arafat was poisoned, the purpetrator was probably one of his spurned ex-boyfriend’s.


    • Pounce says:

      Nat wrote:
      “If Arafat was poisoned, the purpetrator was probably one of his spurned ex-boyfriend’s.”

      You mean like the bBC’s very own Jimmy Saville.


  11. Cosmo says:

    A vox pop from Ramallah on the BBC lunchtime news gave a 100% verdict it was the Jooo’s what did it , so there you are.
    Gay, embezeler, murderer, liar, bald ( saw him go apeshit when an interviewer filmed him when his tea towel fell off ) rot in hell you piece of s**t.


    • Demon says:

      Well that will be enough proof for Prole and his like-“minds” at the BBC. As long as Israel is accused by one person it must be true.


  12. Big Ben says:

    Comment on US radio; “his body was badly decomposed but still looked better than when he was alive”.


  13. Teddy Bear says:

    I can’t imagine what he died of.



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