Team doctors who investigate the death of Jordan’s Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat ensure that arafat was killed with unknown toxins. Doctors Abdullah al-Basheer, in a press conference in Ramallah, Palestine, on arrival to the West Bank on Thursday (12/7) local time, Arafat said the medical report can not diagnose the disease, but showed indications of being poisoned by toxic substances that are not checked on time it.
Al-Basheer said, according to a study the Institute of Theoretical Physics, based in Lausanne, where Al-Jazeera examine Arafat’s personal belongings, is hard to convince because of lack of samples of Polonium poisoning Arafat before.
Mahmoud Abbas, Arafat’s successor, ordered the investigation after the Arab satellite channel Al-Jazeera aired an investigative report concluded Arafat had been poisoned with radioactive polonium. To confirm the report of Al-Jazeera, Arafat’s body to be exhumed for further examination.
Allegations of former Palestinian leader died in the French hospital in November 2004 due to poison Polonium came back after the television station Al-Jazeera broadcast an investigation where experts claimed to find a high level of polonium on personal items Arafat.
Only, chairman of the Institute of Radiation Physics at the University of Lausanne Francois Bochud proposed levels of polonium have been found in Arafat’s belongings, but the findings still need to be tested to confirm the theory Arafat had been poisoned.