November 16, 2004

More on Arafat's Legacy

I was talking to a friend last week and she told me that she had pictures on file that were not generally released by the press, displaing some of the things Arafat has done for his people. They are graphic. They are horrifying. I haven't placed them all here. The first three are a group.

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The fact that chidren are there is horrifying.

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And whether or not you look (not with children around) read Soccer Dad's blog on Krauthammer on Arafat.

I agree with Soccer Dad. Arafats legacy is a brutal one, and may very well continue for years to come.

Posted by Rachel Ann at November 16, 2004 04:08 PM

Disgraceful. Thanks for the welcome to Auteriffic, Rachel Ann.

Posted by: Mark at November 17, 2004 02:20 AM

Terrific site, well done and well written.

A 10, for sure.

As fot Arafat, well, he was what he was. I wrote about his death on Veterans Day, contrasting him and real men and women of honor.

I'm glad you wrote about this. It's important.

Posted by: Alex at November 17, 2004 09:23 PM

sick world
Don't look for support and approval. For whatever reason people, who consider themselves upstanding/moral, loved Arafat, and same in Hitler's day.

Posted by: muse at November 18, 2004 05:02 AM
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