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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Marie Antoinette compares her husband to Mandela

CNN interviews Suha Arafat, who compares her husband to Nelson Mandela.
Suha was interviewed for a CNN documentary series The Price of Kings. CNN claims it is the first time that Suha has agreed to be interviewed on camera. She was interviewed by CNN's Becky Anderson.

Following allegations within the Arab world that Israel poisoned Yasser Arafat, who died of a mysterious illness in 2004, Anderson asked Suha whether she would have wanted a full autopsy on his body.

"Yes, but it was the decision of the Palestinian Authority, and I respected their decision. Yasser died with his secrets with him and no one can know the truth now."
Well, some people, aside from Suha, known the truth. Like his personal physician, Dr. Ashraf al-Qurdi.

Let's go to the videotape.

Arafat's personal doctor : "Arafat died of AIDS" by Ibn-Khaldun

Back to Suha.
When asked why after years of silence did she decide to speak out now she said: "Because of the injustices that was exerted against my husband and myself all this time.

"This has made me speak about what happened especially the last days of Yasser, the last you know, after the intifada Yasser and myself were portrayed as devils. I was portrayed as very, very - as the Mary Antoinette of the Arab world."
Well, gee, I wonder why. Maybe that's what happens when you're the widow of the leader of an 'impoverished people,' and they have to pay you half a million dollars per year to live in Paris in addition to possibly having access to the Swiss bank accounts he stole from them.
"Did he have a conscience?" asked Anderson; "Of course he had a conscience. Yasser Arafat was the conscience – he was the Mandela of the Arab world, the Mandela of Palestine," Suha stated.
Mandela was smart enough to take a deal when he was offered one. Arafat set loose terrorists to commit random murders instead.

More on the filth of Yasser Arafat here.

May his name be obliterated.

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