Back in 1999, she air-kissed Yasser Arafat's wife and dared to utter the word "Palestine." Today, she is being embraced by billionaires and neoconservatives who help bankroll her campaign and believe Israel can do no wrong.
In a remembrance published earlier this week, the Rev. Madison Shockley recalled Rabbi Leonard Beerman, who will be buried today, as a great light for justice and peace.
A report out of Switzerland suggests the deceased Palestinian leader may have been poisoned with polonium-210, the same radioactive substance used to kill former Russian FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko.
Swiss, French and Russian scientists will conduct tests on samples taken from the body of Yasser Arafat, the first Palestinian Authority president whose official cause of death eight years ago is listed as stroke, but whose personal items were found to contain traces of polonium-210.
A Swiss medical laboratory has found traces of polonium, a rare, highly radioactive metal, in the former Palestinian leader's personal effects. Is that what killed the Nobel laureate?
Can it be that yet another Israeli failure in Gaza will change the dynamics of "peacekeeping" in the Middle East, that at last the ghost of Arafat will watch the "internationalisation" of the Israeli-Palestinian war?