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  • Cold River: A Case Study (A Blogger Uncovers Arafat's Murder of U.S. Diplomats)

    12/31/2006 8:00:40 PM PST · by Zack Nguyen · 35 replies · 1,214+ views
    Powerline Blog ^ | December 28, 2006
    In June 2002 I wrote a column for the Minneapolis Star Tribune regarding Yasser Arafat's responsibility for the 1973 assassination of two United States State Department officers -- Ambassador Cleo Noel and charge d'affaires Curtis Moore -- in Khartoum, Sudan. The column was based on accounts of the events in David Korn's Assassination in Khartoum, Neil Livingstone and David Halevy's Inside the PLO, and the testimony of former National Security Agency analyst Jim Welsh. Welsh has doggedly purused the story for over thirty years as a result of his personal involvement in disseminating a warning relating to the communications intercepted...
  • American diplomats murdered by Arafat?

    03/01/2003 10:40:19 PM PST · by Minutemen · 5 replies · 374+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 3-02-03 | Art Moore
    By Art Moore © 2003 WorldNetDaily.com On this day 30 years ago, two American diplomats were machine-gunned to death at the Saudi embassy in Sudan by Yasser Arafat's Black September organization. Details of the brutal executions filled the front pages of newspapers around the world for several days in early March 1973. Yasser Arafat But an element of the story that could have reshaped the history of the Middle East is missing from the official record, according to a National Security Agency Palestinian analyst at the time, who was in Cyprus monitoring radio communications between Palestinian leaders in Beirut and...
  • Arafat's getting away with murder (shocking news alert)

    08/15/2003 7:53:28 AM PDT · by Valin · 6 replies · 205+ views
    Mpls (red)Star Tribune ^ | 8/15/03 | Scott W. Johnson
    In June 2002 I wrote a column for the Star Tribune regarding Yasser Arafat's responsibility for the 1973 assassination of two U.S. State Department officers in Khartoum, Sudan. The column was based on information provided in David Korn's "Assassination in Khartoum," Neil Livingstone and David Halevy's "Inside the PLO," and news accounts of testimony provided by former National Security Agency analyst Jim Welsh, who played a key role in the drama. According to Welsh, the NSA listening post in Cyprus had picked up radio traffic about a planned PLO operation in Khartoum in late February 1973. Welsh himself received the...
  • History - U.S. Ambassador Killed by Arafat

    11/12/2004 9:07:35 AM PST · by Weimdog · 11 replies · 566+ views
    Arlington National Cemetary ^ | 11/09/2004 | Arlington National Cemetary
    The three ambassadors who died violent deaths were Cleo Noel Jr.,killed in March 1973 when Palestinian terrorists struck an embassy in Sudan; Adolph Dubs, killed in 1973 when Afghan police stormed a hotel room where he was being held by terrorists; and Arnold Raphel, who died in 1988 when a plane crashed. Receiving waivers as longtime diplomats with military service were William Rivkin and Philip Crowe. Rivkin, who died in 1967, served as ambassador to Senegal, Gambia and Luxembourg and spent five years of in the Army during World War II, rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Crowe, who...
  • FBI Re-Opens Investigation of Yassir Arafat's Role In Assassination of US Ambassador to Sudan

    09/10/2004 7:57:02 PM PDT · by gopwinsin04 · 8 replies · 347+ views
    MEMRI ^ | 9/9/04
    The FBI has re-opened the investigation concerning the role of Yassir Arafat in the assassination of the American Ambassador to Sudan and two other diplomats 31 years ago.In a telephone conversation with an Arab newspaper, Bill Carter, a spokesman for the FBI refused to confirm or deny the reopening of the 'Khartoum Case.'Source: Al-Sharq Al-Awsat Newspaper of London
  • Cleo A. Noel, Jr. - United States Ambassador

    11/12/2004 9:12:48 AM PST · by gridlock · 6 replies · 670+ views
    The three ambassadors who died violent deaths were Cleo Noel Jr.,killed in March 1973 when Palestinian terrorists struck an embassy in Sudan; Adolph Dubs, killed in 1973 when Afghan police stormed a hotel room where he was being held by terrorists; and Arnold Raphel, who died in 1988 when a plane crashed. Receiving waivers as longtime diplomats with military service were William Rivkin and Philip Crowe. Rivkin, who died in 1967, served as ambassador to Senegal, Gambia and Luxembourg and spent five years of in the Army during World War II, rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Crowe, who...