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Monday, November 12, 2007

Kadoumi invents a new blood libel

When senior 'Palestinian Authority' official Farouk Kadoumi spoke to a Tunisian newspaper recently, he repeated an old blood libel and invented a new one. Kadoumi, one of the few senior Fatah members who did not relocate to Gaza with Yasser Arafat in 1994, repeated the old blood libel about Israel having poisoned Arafat. This despite one after another of Arafat's closest aids admitting that Arafat had AIDS and likely died of it.

But the new blood libel that Kadoumi invented is totally out of left field and worthy of the master of the big lie, Joseph Goebbels.
Senior Palestinian Authority official Farouk Kadoumi recently told a Tunisian paper that Israel was responsible for the deaths of former PA Chairman Yasser Arafat and former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon killed Arafat using poison, he said. He accused Israel of “further crimes in Lebanon and Iraq” as part of a scheme to gain control in the Middle East.

Hariri was assassinated in 2005. Lebanese lawmakers and United Nations investigators suspect Syrian involvement in the killing.
Maybe Kadoumi played the role of Baghdad Bob (pictured above) four years ago.


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