In 2012, Suha, wife of former Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, found the relic highly toxic eight years after her husband's death and requested an autopsy, but experts ultimately determined that it was a "natural death."
In early 2012, a journalist came to the basement of the University of Lausanne in Switzerland.
He held a garment bag containing some daily necessities and clothes and sent it here for inspection.
After it was reported, these daily necessities actually contained a large amount of radioactive element "polonium 210", totaling about 246.7 millibakers.
Polonium is a radioactive element discovered by the famous scientist Marie Curie and her husband Diel in 1898, and Marie Curie named it "polonium" in honor of her native Poland.
"Polonium 210" can be produced artificially, is the "best" in radioactive equipment, and there is no antidote. As long as it comes into contact with the human body, it will completely destroy the DNA in the body.
However, this substance actually appeared on these tested daily necessities, and their former owner was Yasser Arafat.
Arafat, a legendary son of heaven, was elected president of Palestine in 1989, experienced four Middle East wars, and organized the "Fatah". He also received the Nobel Prize in 1994.
After 8 years, when his items before his death were detected with highly toxic substances, the cause of his death became foggy.
When Suha learned that her husband was likely to have been poisoned, she asked for the body to be tested.
Many friends think that Israel did it.
Just before Arafat's death, Israel had assassinated him 57 times, but each time he saved the day, so he had the nickname "Immortal Bird".
What kind of hatred and grudge do they have?
Travel back in time to the Battle of Kamala in 1968.
In this year, the Israeli army divided into three routes and invaded the city of Kamara, on the east bank of the Jordan River, and the backward equipped "Fatah" at that time played a guerrilla war with the Israeli army.
Under Arafat's command, they won more with less, blowing up one plane and 17 tanks.
This battle made Arafat famous in the first battle, and also made Israel look at him.
In 1969, the Israeli intelligence agency, the Mossad, paid off a Palestinian who had been lurking with Arafat.
On this day, he installed a radar device on Arafat's car chassis.
And this device is actually a locator, which can guide the target of the Israeli bombers, and they intend to use this to lock Arafat with a hit.
However, the Israeli planes kept circling overhead, but they could not wait for the signal, so they could only go home.
At first, I thought that the device failed, but later learned that this spy had already been discovered.
But even so, this "immortal bird" fell.
In September 2000, the then Prime Minister of Israel, Sharon, insisted on visiting the Temple Mount at Jerusalem's holy religious site.
This move aroused strong dissatisfaction among the Palestinian people, during which various large-scale armed conflicts occurred, and the Palestinian-Israeli situation changed abruptly.
On 3 December 2001, Israel launched a large-scale attack on Ramallah and imprisoned Arafat in his residence for three years.
During these three years, Arafat lived in a dilapidated basement with no water and electricity and insufficient food supplies.
This made Arafat, who himself suffers from vitiligo and Parkinson's syndrome, miserable.
On October 27, 2004, Arafat, who had eaten dinner, suddenly had a fever and became unconscious. Doctors experienced a sharp decrease in his platelets, but could not find the cause.
Two days later, Suha offered Israel to go to the Bercy Hospital in France for medical treatment.
Before getting on the plane, Arafat smiled and told the people who came to see him off that he would return to the land immediately if his body allowed it.
Unexpectedly, this became his final farewell.
As his condition continued to deteriorate, Arafat died two weeks later.
Although the cause of his death has not been disclosed, speculation about his death continues.
Now that "polonium 210" has been found in his clothes before his death, one has to suspect Israel.
But then Israeli Prime Minister Sharon said that the Israeli army was already in the upper hand at that time, there was no need for them to kill Arafat, and "polonium 210" was highly toxic, and there was no need to take such risks.
So, who else wants Arafat to die?
Even when the Palestinian people pointed the finger at Israel, Israel also had an opinion, believing that Arafat's wife Suha was very suspicious.
This is a Arafat poisoning scene directed and acted by Suha.
After 8 years, there are too many doubts about the polonium poisoning proposed by Suha at this time.
First, the elemental polonium has a half-life of 138 days, and every 138 days that pass, the original polonium becomes half, and after another 138 days, polonium is only a quarter of the original.
According to the test report, 8 years later, the "polonium 210" on Arafat's relics was enough to poison 20 people, then, 8 years ago, its dose was even larger and was likely to be found.
Secondly, Arafat's clinical symptoms and polonium poisoning symptoms are also not compatible.
When polonium was poisoned, all hair would be lost and organs would be extensively damaged, but these symptoms did not occur before his death.
Finally, if Arafat's clothes really have a lot of poison, then Suha, who also touched these relics, was not poisoned.
As soon as these doubts were raised, everyone instantly turned their sympathy for Suha into doubt.
In fact, Suha did this because he was probably dissatisfied with the current living situation, and was used by people with intentions.
No, as soon as Suha filed an application for a post-mortem examination, Palestine approved it.
In November 2012, Arafat's coffin was opened and experts formally sampled his body.
In 2013, French experts released findings showing that Arafat had not been poisoned and that he had died a "normal death," and that the so-called polonium poisoning claim may have been a power struggle with ulterior motives.
The final answer is still questioned.
But I believe that the last wish of the leaders who have settled in the land is not to find the outcome of death, but to restore national rights, to establish a genuine Palestinian State and to peace.