Arafat Poisoned by Polonium, Or Was It Planted After Death?
The Torah Code seems to support death by Polonium poisoning. (7/9/2012)
On July 3, 2012, Israeli newspaper HaAretz carried a story that first appeared in Al-Jezeera which claimed that Yasser Arafat was killed by the radioactive element polonium. On the first matrix the axis term is POLONIUM at its second lowest skip. While the full matrix shown in 448 letters in size, it only takes 154 letters (the area with the white background) to show one of the two ELS occurrences in Torah of ARAFAT at skip +1. The phrase was AND MANY OF THEM PERISH only found a-posteriori. It may refer to the fact that POLONIUM has been used before in assassinations, most famously with Alexander Litvinenko in 2006. Odds against a match this significant between polonium and Arafat were about 495 to 1. On July 5, 2012 a report appeared in the Jerusalem Post that argued the polonium must have been planted on his clothing after his death because, given the short 138-day half life of polonium, amounts remaining on his clothing (up to 180 millibecquerels) 8 years after his death were too high. PLANTED is seen on the full 448-letter matrix, but as is shown on the second spreadsheet at the end of this article, this word was not significant.
WHERE WAS THE POLONIUM MADE THAT WAS DETECTED ON ARAFAT'S CLOTHING?
GERMANY was the nation that was most statisically important on the matrix below. It appeared at skip +1 in 621 letters with Polonium and Arafat against odds of about 491 to 1. This is the only time that Germany appears at skip +1 in Torah.
ISRAEL is also at skip +1, however it occurs 591 times in Torah, and to show it with Polonium and Arafat requires 350 letters. Thus the odds against Israel being so close to both terms were only about 2.02 to 1. No other suspect nation was at skip +1 or a special case skip (that of the polonium axis term).
Russia was not found on the matrix.
IRAN did not have an operational nuclear reactor when Arafat died, but it does now. However either the 4-letter spelling used or an alternate 5-letter spelling had about a 94.2% to be on the 496 letter part of the matrix that includes Arafat and Polonium. While Iran could not have produced polonium to kill Arafat, it could have produced it to contaminate his effects 8 years after his death.
CHINA had only three letters in the translation chosen. For this short a word I require each of its letters to be within 3 letters of each other. It only takes 198 letters to show CHINA with Arafat and Polonium. As such, CHINA was found in the matrix against odds of about 6.41 to 1.
USA requires the full 918-letter matrix to show in conjunction with Arafat and Polonium. As such, it had over a 99.999% chance to be found somewhere on the matrix. The U.S. would have known that the polonium would be traceable to the specific reactor that made it, so it would be foolish to do so. In fact, if Arafat's body is exhumed and found to contain polonium, we can surmise his killer. If it does not contain polonium, we have enough now to learn who produced the poison to plant after his death.
JERUSALEM POST (July 5, 2012)
Report by Yaakov Lappin
Polonium found on Arafat's clothing was planted.
The high levels of the radioactive poison polonium reportedly found on the belongings of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat indicate that the toxin was planted on them long after his death, a senior counterterrorism analyst told The Jerusalem Post Thursday.
Dr. Ely Karmon, of the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya’s Institute for Counterterrorism, is a specialist in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism.
Responding to an Al Jazeera report published Wednesday – which said that researchers at the Institut de Radiophysique in Lausanne, Switzerland, discovered abnormally high levels of polonium on Arafat’s belongings – Karmon said that the half-life of the substance would make it impossible for polonium to have been discovered at such high levels if it had been used to kill Arafat eight years ago.
According to the Al Jazeera report, polonium has a half-life of 138 days, “meaning that half of the substance decays roughly every four-and-a-half months.”
And yet, eight years after Arafat’s death, the Swiss scientists reported finding polonium levels of 54 millibecquerels (mBq) and 180 millibecquerels on his belonging, considered to be high levels.
“If it had been used for poisoning, minimal levels should be seen now. Yet much higher levels were found. Someone planted the polonium much later,” Karmon said.
“Because of the half-life of the substance, the conclusion is that the polonium is much more fresh,” he added.
Karmon added that the Al Jazeera report raised additional unanswered questions. Referring to the fact that Arafat’s widow, Suha, provided the researchers with Arafat’s belongings, Karmon asked: “If Suha Arafat safeguarded these contaminated materials, why, after seven years, was she not poisoned too? She touched these things and Arafat in hospital.”
In 2006, ex-Russian spy turned dissident Alexander Litvinenko died after being poisoned with polonium, according to a British investigation. British authorities analyzed a restaurant, a cab and a hotel used by Litvinenko to trace the poison.
“Did Al Jazeera check the home of Suha Arafat in Paris and Malta where she kept the items for traces of polonium, as the British did in their investigation?” Karmon asked.
Karmon also cited an article published Wednesday by the French daily Le Figaro which, he said, reported that the symptoms found in Arafat’s French medical file do not fit a polonium poisoning.
After Arafat’s death, “why did neither Suha nor the PA agree to release the French hospital’s medical file?” he asked.