To Assassinate Arafat, Israel’s Mossad Planned To Blow Up Passenger Plane

Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman’s just-published book “‘Rise and Kill First: The secret history of Israel’s targeted killings” details Israeli plans to assassinate Yasser Arafat, including a plot to blow up passenger plane and a football stadium.

Undated file photograph of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, left, along with his deputy Abu Jihad, right, made available by the Palestinian Authority in Gaza City of the Gaza Strip. (AP Photo/Palestinian Authority, File)

For years, many had speculated - for which they were promptly cast as tinfoil hat conspiracy theorists - that when it comes to achieving illegal goals, including but not limited to creating "false flag" terrorism and political assassinations, few are as skilled and industrious as the CIA and Mossad. Especially Mossad. Only, as so often happens,

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The Oslo Impasse: A 23-Year-Old Deal That Benefits Israel At The Expense Of Palestine

Recent gunfire against Palestinian protesters in Area C shows the Palestinian Authority’s strange position more than two decades since the Oslo Accords were signed.

President Clinton gestures as Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, left, and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat shake hands after signing a peace accord, Monday September 13, 1993 on the South Lawn of the White House.

NEW YORK --- Palestinian Authority security forces in the Israeli-occupied West Bank crossed a strange line on Tuesday, firing into the air to disperse Palestinians protesting the construction of a new landfill near Ramallah that would service both Israeli settlers and Palestinian residents. The incident both illustrates the PA’s unique position

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Did George W. Bush Bless Israel’s Killing of Yasser Arafat With Polonium?

French jurists delayed their decision on whether to reopen an investigation into the cause of Yasser Arafat’s death, but mounting evidence of polonium poisoning and shocking admissions suggest an explosive assassination cover-up has been underway for over a decade.

A Palestinian youth walks next to a mural depicting late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, in the northern West Bank village of Kabatyeh, Wednesday, July 4, 2012. Arabic text quotes a famous idiom meaning "We are holding to our promise." (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)

On Friday, a French court ruled to postpone a decision on whether to resume an investigation into the death of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat until June 24 or July 8. This comes amid growing suspicions that Israeli agents assassinated him using polonium poisoning. In 2012, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) leader’s widow, Suha

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