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Is Arafat really dead?

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posted on Nov, 23 2004 @ 12:15 PM
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Did Arafat really die?

Let's take this apart and look at what we know.

First, we hear that Arafat has come down with a sudden illness.
Then we hear he's fine.
Then we hear he's getting worse.
Then we hear he's fine.
Then we hear he's unconscious.
Then we hear he's so bad that he has to go to France for treatment.
Then we see pictures of a conscious, smiling Arafat with all his associates as he leaves for France.
Then we hear that when someone asks Arafat for the information on where all the Palestinian money is, Arafat says he 's coming back so he doesn't need to tell where the money is.
Arafat arrives at the hospital in France.
His wife controls all access and information.
Then we hear he's dead.
Then we hear he's OK again - just like before.
The Palestinian government people come to see Arafat and his wife screams that they're trying to bury Arafat alive.
Then the Belgian Prime minister says he's dead, but France's Chirac says he's not.
Then he's brain dead.
Then he's really dead - without any reason for being dead, or even sick.
Then his body is wisked away to Egypt for a funeral and then buried in Ramallah in just a few days time.
All quick, neat and shrink-wrapped.
Now, except for the U.S. news media, Arafat seems like a forgotten man.

What really happened here?
Arafat reportedly skimmed off over a billion dollars for himself. His wife has been living luxuriously in Paris.

What if he was just tired of being 'imprisoned' in his compound and wanted to spend some of his money? This was the perfect way to 'disappear'.

What if his fellow Palestinians (and other Arab nations) were tired of his obstructing a peace plan for the region? This would have been the perfect way for Arafat to 'disappear' without inflaming the region and making him a martyr. Arafat is happy, the Palestinians are happy, the rest of the Arab countries are happy - even Israel is happy.

And what if, after a little while, Arafat came back? The Palestinians and a lot of other Arabs would treat him like a god. There would be nothing he couldn't ask for that they wouldn't do for him.

Think just a few people working together couldn't pull something like this off?

Think France wouldn't help out just to poke a finger in Israel's (and by reference the U.S.) eye?

Think again ...






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[edit on 11/23/2004 by centurion1211]




posted on Nov, 23 2004 @ 12:24 PM
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Originally posted by centurion1211
What if he was just tired of being 'imprisoned' in his compound and wanted to spend some of his money? This was the perfect way to 'disappear'.


That was my exact thoughts that I posted in another Arafat thread here while he was suppoedly in the hospital dying.

Guy just got tired of being holed up in Ramallah with all that dough so he made a plan.



posted on Nov, 23 2004 @ 12:25 PM
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No, Arafat didn't die. He's chillin' with Elvis.



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