Skip to comments.Palestinians open Arafat's bedroom to public
Posted on 11/07/2016 3:24:02 PM PST by Olog-hai
Palestinians will soon get a chance to glimpse the small bedroom where their longtime leader Yasser Arafat spent his final years.
The 5-square meter (54-square-foot) room is the centerpiece of the new Arafat Museum, which opens to the public on Thursday to coincide with the 12th anniversary of Arafats death. [ ]
Arafat spent most of the last three years of his life in this bedroom on the ground floor of his Ramallah headquarters, known as the Muqata.
Israel confined him to the building on Dec. 8, 2001, accusing him of masterminding a violent uprising at the time. He remained holed up there until Oct. 29, 2004, when Israel allowed him to travel to France for emergency medical care. He died from a mysterious illness at the age of 75 two weeks later.
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They could collect some good culture there to make Goat Cheese.
Your tax dollars at work.
Complete with pictures of innocent people he had murdered or bombed !?
How’d they funnel the little boys into it?
Shut the dang door again. No one wants to see that place.
I was hoping they hit it with carbolic acid to avoid health hazards.
Now I know where to dump all my bacon grease at!
Fake museum! Everything terrorists do is fake.
Did they keep his goat-humping harness?
“Palestinians open Arafat’s bedroom to public”
They are behind the times. Bill Clinton started this policy here in the USA a long time ago.
Bleach. Bleach kills the AIDS virus.
Carbolic acid too I guess.
But bleach is probably cheaper.
Arafat's bedroom. Yuch!
So. Are the aged Markie Post and Linda Bloodworth Thomason gonna get to jump with glee on it?
Guess it took ‘em 12 years to properly fumigate it.
How long will the White Hut have to be closed after January 20th?
Had to give it enough time for the AIDS viruses to die.
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