Arafat Foundation: proof enough of poison

2012-09-09 22:19
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Ramallah - The Yasser Arafat Foundation said on Sunday there was "no need" for more proof the Palestinian leader was poisoned in what appeared to be taking a stance against exhuming his body.

"Since the formation of this Foundation, it has forcefully held on to the fact that Yasser Arafat died abnormally after being killed by a poison which was unidentified at the time," a statement said.

"The Foundation does not see a need here for more proof," it said.

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