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What to do About Arafat

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Submitted by Paul M. Neville (United States), Apr 16, 2003 at 19:53

As Arafat continues to block Palistinian reform its time for the US to step forward and render a belated dose of justice. Arafat should be indicted and tried in the US for the murder of US diplomats in Africa in the 70s. It is my understanding we have a strong case including a witness to a confession (brag) by Arafat. Clinton suppressed this case when he was making Arafat the most invited foreigner to the White House.
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