BBC: “A team of French scientists probing the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in 2004 do not believe he was poisoned, according to leaks to French media. They have reportedly concluded he died after a generalised infection.”
Opinion: On November 11, 2004 Yasser Arafat, aka Rahman al-Qudwa, died. Arafat’s widow, Suha, began a campaign supported by the Palestinians, to blame Israel.
In October 2010, World Net Daily’s article titled “Kremlin Puppets and How They Work,” said this: “In 1970 the Kremlin became interested in an obscure Arab construction engineer and collector of racecars, named Rahman al-Qudwa. Evidence shows, contrary to later claims, that this construction engineer” was an Egyptian, born in Cairo during the summer of 1929. Rahman graduated from the University of Cairo and served as an officer in the Egyptian Army during the 1956 Suez campaign. Later he set up a business in Kuwait and made a fortune. He then entered politics, founding a hopelessly small terrorist organization.
But this terrorist organization would not remain hopelessly small forever. Rahman al-Qudwa became an important political ally of the communist bloc following the death of Egypt’s president, Gamal Abdul Nasser, in 1970.
The communists trusted Rahman because he was a voracious homosexual. This alone made him a workable Kremlin puppet, because once the Romanian intelligence services had taped Rahman’s sex sessions with men and boys, he was completely in their hands. Afterwards, Rahman’s friendship for the communist bloc would be permanent — if he valued his growing popularity in the Arab world.”
Rahman al-Qudwa was Yasser Arafat. Since 2004, Arafat’s cause of death has been attributed to:
- a stroke brought on by a mystery blood disorder
- a massive, hemorrhagic cerebrovascular accident
- the flu
- poison by the Israelis
All are obvious distractions from the most likely diagnosis of AIDS.