Arafat killed by polonium poisoning?

Jerusalem: Nine years after the mysterious death of the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, a forensic report by Swiss experts claims that he may have been poisoned with highly toxic radioactive polonium. According to the 108-page forensic report “unexpectedly high levels of polonium-210 and lead-210 activity” were detected in the remains extracted from the exhumed remains and possessions of the late icon - a shaft of his hair, a urine stain on his underwear and a woollen cap. As per official medical records he died at a French military hospital in 2004, 2004 from a stroke resulting from a blood disorder. Arafat’s widow Suha said: “I felt shock and anger and huge sadness.”

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