ARAFAT IN COMA
Time Appears to be Growing Short
Not a minute to soon, as I have recently written. My only regret is that, upon his death, he will be lauded as a great leader. This will be particularly so in France, where Jew-hatred seems to be especially prevalent, and becoming more so each day.
In "Julius Caesar", Shakespeare wrote "the evil men do live long after them, while the good is oft interred with their bones." Unfortunately, I am certain that the opposite will be true with Arafat.
UPDATE: Arafat is apparently dead.
UPDATE II: Or, perhaps not. It looks like he may well become a latter-day Generalissimo Francisco Franco! (If you don't get the joke, read this.)