perhaps mossad also poisoned litvinenko? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • dana
    • 04.02.07 | 14:31 (IST)

    Why not poison obama? or noam chomsky? or arafat? or hariri? why not? once you start in the poisoning business - with no judge or jury to determine guilt or innocence, what's to stop them? Actually, the litvinenko poisoning is not as far fetched as some would think. The hariri bomb even less so. it could very easily be the mossad setting it up with all fingers pointing to syria. As sherlock holmes said - eliminate everything that's impossible and whjat you are left with is the answer, no matter how improbable. Frankly, israel profited far more from hariri's death than Syria. Also, the mossad may have cobntributed direc tly to the debacle in Iraq, with so far over 1/2 M dead iraqis (most civilians), 3100 americans and 4M refugees. personally i think Israel should be held accountable for these death. Assassinations are disgusting, especially when no guilt was established. The iranian professor may have been working on peaceful nuclear power. This is a dangerous door - who's next?

    from the article: U.S. website: Mossad killed Iranian nuclear physicist
    First published 00:00 04.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.02.07
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