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Urgent: Ad-Hoc International Emergency Action Committe Forming! (english)
07 Oct 2003
Modified: 08 Oct 2003
Ad-Hoc International Emergency Action Committe Forming To Save The Life Of Yasser Arafat!
Call or Write Your Congressmember and Senators

We call upon the concious peoples of the world to stop this assault upon our Palestinian Comrades!

Urge them to pressure Israel to Cease and Desist and Dismantle their orbital Death Ray satellites funded by a facist US Goverment!

Plot to assassinate Arafat feared

Palestinians have thrown a tight security cordon around President Yasser Arafat fearing his assassination by unconventional means that could be construed as "a natural death", highly informed sources told Gulf News yesterday.

The new security steps include searching and clo-se monitoring of all Arafat's visitors. The sources said that one speculated method of assassination could be the direction of poisonous rays towards Arafat's brain.

These rays can cause palpitations in the heart leading to a failure of brain resulting in gradual stop in breathing and ultimate death.

"It is only curable by a specific antidote as in the bungled assassination of Khaled Mashal the head of Hamas political bureau in Jordan several years ago," the sources said.

The new security concerns come as the Israeli leadership is becoming increasingly impatient with the expulsion of Arafat, an issue which has not been given a green light by the Bush administration.

The sources also said that the decision to "eliminate" Arafat from the political scene came after the United States and Israel realised that he is a "stumbling block" in the path of their purported peace process and their failure to isolate or sideline him politically.

On the contrary, they feel that he has proven to be the main player in the Palestinian political arena whether they like it or not.

"It is believed that the American and Israeli inclination to get rid of president Arafat or resume dealing with him comes after the admittance of the Israeli security services of the sheer stupidity of deporting or murdering President Arafat in a traditional manner, which would have grave political and security repercussions in region," the sources added.

Meanwhile, sources in the Islamic group Hamas, said that Dr Abdul Aziz Rantissi and other leaders have recently refused to give interviews to foreign television channels, especially after the failed assassination of Al Rantissi and the Israeli intention to assassinate the entire Hamas leadership.

"There are fea-rs that the Mashal assassination attempt will be repeated on other leaders by a device emitting poisonous rays embedded in a video camera," the sources explained.

Israeli Defence Minister Shaul Mofaz has revealed to his inner circle that the expulsion of President Arafat is the least the Israeli political leadership can approve, and that they should not rule out physical liquidation.

Mofaz is pressing Ariel Sharon to expel Arafat, but the prime minister supports the view of Israeli intelligence that warns against such a move.

Four ambulances that were seen entering Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's compound in Ramallah on Monday afternoon triggered off rumors that he was seriously ill.

Within minutes, senior officials in the compound were bombarded with phone calls from curious journalists. Arafat's spokesman, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, dismissed reports that Arafat had been taken to a local hospital. He said Arafat suffered from exhaustion and was recovering.

But another senior official said Arafat's health has rapidly deteriorated over the past two weeks. "I don't think it's the flu as some people say," he said. "The president hasn't been feeling well for some time and his health seems to be worsening."

He said it was possible that Arafat, 74, has caught a number of viruses as a result of shaking hands and exchanging kisses on the cheek with thousands of people who came to see him over the past few weeks following Israel's decision to "remove" him.

On Sunday, a pale and fragile-looking Arafat met in his office with the new PA Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei. Palestinians said they have never before seen Arafat in such a condition.

"You can see that he's very ill," said someone who attended the meeting. "He can hardly speak. Something bad is happening to him."

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Did Marvin the Martian write this? (english)
08 Oct 2003
Hey buddy, lay off the acid and late nite Looney Tunes. Let me guess, I bet the Israelis call there space death Ray the "Aludium pu-36 Explosive Space Modulator,"