21 January 2006

Assad accuses Israel of assassinating Arafat

From Haaretz:

DAMASCUS - Syrian President Bashar Assad accused Israel on Saturday of assassinating former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, the cause of whose death 14 months ago remains a mystery. "Of the many assassinations that Israel carried out in a methodical and organized way, the most dangerous thing that Israel did was the assassination of President Yasser Arafat," Assad told a gathering of Arab lawyers.

I think it is time to confess. Now that the Elders are not hiding anymore under all kinds of guises, such as UN, ZOG, ISM, Peace Corps or Foreign Legion, we can talk openly about everything. Anyway, I am not in the field anymore, being just another scribe in the Hasbara.

I shall never forget that Caribbean night on Trinidad, full of exotic smells of the local flora, strange shrilly cries of the local fauna and the fiery embrace of Ulla (our local resident, her real name is Sarah).

The climb over a 3 meter wall was a piece of cake, as was the lock to the mansion. I vividly remember the two Rottweilers who silently appeared from the shadows, already salivating at an easy kill. Two poisoned darts put paid to their salivating.

The old man was deeply asleep, his snoring echoing in the corridor. There was really nothing to it, and his throat crunched under the relentless pressure of my bionic arm, developed by Mossad especially for this mission.

What did you say? Paris? In a coma? Suha near the bed?

Hmm... I have to look that date up in my diary, then...