Arafat’s sister dies in Cairo at 86
Khadija Arafat, sister of the arch terrorist Yasser Arafat, died on Saturday at a hospital in Cairo. She was 86.
Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas mourned her death emphasizing her Jihadist role during the Palestinian acts of terrorism led by her brother, Yasser Arafat.
Arafat’s legacy is widespread corruption and continue use of terrorism alongside diplomacy as chairman of the Palestinian Authority, which he held until his death in 2004.
Arafat received the Nobel Peace Prize along with Yitzhak Rabin, the late Israeli prime Accords in 1993. Before signing the peace accord, Arafat was listed as a terrorist by Israel, the United States and certain countries in Europe.
He was directly responsible for the murder of thousands of Israeli citizens, the deaths of untold numbers of Arabs and the murder of more than 100 US citizens.