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Reader comment on item: Princess Diana and Arab Conspiracy
in response to reader comment: Diana: An arabic-style family game -with sore losers!.

Submitted by hanna (United Kingdom), Dec 14, 2007 at 18:40

Diana and Dodi should rest in peace,,,the whole thing is becoming farcical which is sad, as their death did shock many people worldwide. But the truth needs to be heard, if it is ever uncovered as to the result MR Alfayd wants. It will be interesting to see how the inquiry is dealt with,,,so far it does seem to be a great big cover up and many millions mourned her death because it was plainly obvious that a very sad and sickening deed had been comitted every lay man could see that the whole thing was staged to murder them both. the motives were clearly there.

Both Diana and the Al Fayed where playing polictical games, they all had scores to settle on each side and so joined forces tete a tete to infuriate the royals...who can blame them the way they treated Diana and Mr Alfayad.

I think Diana and Dodi looked like a great couple and they had all eyes on them...obviously the QUeen was seething from the teeth with hatred....to think an arab entering royal circles .God forbid! its just so unbritish!

Anyway the sheer hypocrisy of the situation...Diana forbidden to fall in love with a man of her choice and marry him , but Prince Charles allowed to philander and covert with that adultress and temptress Camilla Trollop Bowles, then Charles marries Camilla and all the royals accept and the whole of the UK are subjected to their filthy affair being legalised before our very eyes....Ill tell you how the arabs would deal with them stone them to death the adulterers....they couldnt stand Diana as she was loved and played them with their own medicine to taste!

Hanna Ben Hamid.


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