Or, at least, that is what the Palestinian Authority is claiming.
Israeli-Arab journalist, Khaled Abu Toameh, writes this for the Gatestone Institute:
Palestinians renewed their allegations that Israel was responsible for the "assassination" of PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat. But a thorough reading of the Swiss scientists' report shows that their findings are inconclusive. Russian scientists who also examined the remains have said there was insufficient evidence to support the claim that Arafat may have died in 2004 by polonium poisoning.Speaking strictly for myself, I could not be more delighted if Israel had killed Arafat. If an Israeli underground operation is responsible for finally doing away with one of the foremost bloody Jew Haters in recorded history, I could not be happier.
Many Palestinians are saying that Israel could not have "killed" Arafat without help from the people who were very close to him. According to this theory, the same Palestinian officials who have been pointing a finger at Israel may themselves have been involved in the death of Arafat. "I am sure it is someone in his close circle, " Arafat's widow, Suha, Arafat told Reuters last week. "It must have been someone close to him."
One of the biggest mistakes that Israel ever made was in recognizing this murderer and his organization, the PLO, to begin with. The Jewish people of the Middle East are under no obligation, legal or moral, to recognize and negotiate with an Arab organization that wants to see them either dead or subdued under Arab-Muslim imperial rule.
What we need always to keep in mind when we hear stories such as this is that what counts the most is the freedom and civil liberties of the Jewish people after their liberation from thirteen long centuries of Arab-Muslim dominance and persecution within the system of dhimmitude.
If the Israelis did kill Arafat, which is a distinct possibility, then he got what he so richly deserved. It was Yassir Arafat that buried the Oslo Accords by refusing to even make a counter offer to Ehud Barak after Barak offered him the entirety of Gaza, well over ninety percent of the "West Bank," and the eastern section of Jerusalem as a capital for whatever little, corrupt terrorist entity that he would have put together in his ongoing effort to murder Jews.
If Israel did kill Arafat it is obvious why they would not admit to it, but that is rather sad. I would much prefer - if Israel did the deed - for the government to stand up and say, "You're G-d damn right, we killed Arafat because we are not going to put up with people who are in the Jew Killing Business."
Because the Day of the Dhimmi is Done.