Arafat on Israel's "Hit List"?

carl william spitzer iv cwsiv_2nd at JUNO.COM
Tue Dec 4 10:59:39 MST 2001

Works for me but not without ending Hamas and the PLO.

If we could get away with it I would bring him here for a tribunal and
public hanging with a rope dipped in pigs blood and bury him naked face
down with a female pig.


On Mon, 3 Dec 2001 13:41:19 -0700 Jim <jnantz at INFICAD.COM> writes:
>IMHO the Iserealis have every right to take out Arafat.  The Isrealis
>they aren't trying to kill Arafat, but in the lastest strike, they did
>his house and two of his helicopters.
>Sure they're not trying to take him out, and Bill really didn't boff
>Monica.  If they do manage to help him assume room temperature, good for
>them.  He deserves it.
>On Mon, 3 Dec 2001, Richard A Whitenight wrote:
>> If Chairman Arafat continues to say one thing to the Israeli's and
>> another to his own people, should Israel put him on a "hit list" (i.e.
>> place him on their "Most Wanted" list)?  Arafat continues to say one
>> thing, but in reality he continues to take no action against those
>> organizations who would prefer to see the Israeli's six feet under the
>> ground.  What would be the repercussions if Arafat was taken out?
>> thoughts?

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