Zoning in on a diagnosis for ailing Yasser Arafat should be a fairly straightforward task, medical experts say. Blood tests, urine samples and scans can diagnose the majority of diseases within 48 hours, and 10 days is usually more than long enough to hit on the right cause of illness.
But nearly two weeks after the 75-year-old Palestinian leader was admitted to a French military hospital, no diagnosis has been revealed, raising questions over whether his doctors are baffled by the illness or whether they have a diagnosis but are not making it public.
The most likely explanation, experts say, is that doctors know what’s wrong but aren’t being allowed to disclose it.
Arab pederasty. No cure for 1400 years.