Next month, several teams of researchers are investigating the death of former Palestinian leader gaffe, Yasser Arafat, would expose his grave. They are scheduled to arrive in Ramallah, Palestine, on 26 November.
“We have told the French inquiry commission will arrive on the 26th of November to start work,” the source said authorities related to the case told AFP.
Reported by AFP page, the team consists of French researchers reinforced with experts from the Institute of Radiation Physics at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. They are scheduled to arrive in Ramallah at the same time and do more research, including dismantle Arafat’s tomb.
“To dismantle the tomb of Arafat and collecting specimens for analysis that takes a lot of time, maybe a few weeks or months,” the source added.
According to the anonymous source, the Palestinian Authority will also provide the team with the facility to find evidence of the death of President Yasser Arafat for sure.
Cases of alleged Palestinian leader who died unnaturally previously proposed by Arafat’s wife, Suha Arafat, who suspected her husband died from polonium poisoning. [Read: Suha Arafat Arafat Death Case Ask to France]
Polonium is a highly toxic substance and is rarely found outside of the military and scientific. Toxins are also reported to be the cause of death of former Kremlin spy Alexander Litvinenko, who died in 2006 in London from drinking tea laced with polonium it.