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Submitted by Moshe Dann (Israel), Nov 10, 2004 at 16:10

Your article on Arafat is excellent. There were three men who knew the bank accounts, Yossi Ginnosar, ex-GSS. Uzrad Lev and Mohammed Rasheed. Ginnosar and Lev set them up -- not only for Arafat but probably for Israeli politicians like Barak and Sharon -- and/or his sons as well.

Ginnosar died ( or was murdered?) a few years ago after his role in this scandal was revealed. It was never investigated. (A Google search will give you lots of info, esp Ben Caspit's article).
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