Moscow — Russian forensic experts studying the remains of Yasser Arafat on Thursday said the Palestinian leader died a natural death, ruling out radiation poisoning.Simply put, they're not willing to accept facts on the ground, because hatred for Israel is too much to allow that. This is why they've doubtless rejected the French forensics team's conclusions too. And, to be sure, they're already brewing up more hatemongering amongst their subjects as they have before.
"We have completed all the studies," Vladimir Uiba, head of Russia's Federal Medical-Biological Agency (FMBA), told a news conference.
"The person died a natural death and not from radiation."
A Palestinian envoy, however, said the Palestinian authorities will press on with a probe into the 2004 death of Arafat.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Russian forensics experts conclude Arafat didn't die from poisoning
Even though he would've deserved every bit of it. Here's what they had to say: