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In 1980, Arafat returned to Jordan for the funeral of Jordanian Prime Minister Abdelhamid Sharaf.
Masri first met Arafat in 1963, and says he initially was skeptical of the then-leader of the Fatah Movement.
I was from the camp that never believed that Arafat was poisoned.
Only a select few had access to Arafat, who at the time was under siege and trapped in his castle by the Israelis.
Hamas grabbed a bucket of popcorn and watched with glee while Israel adamantly denied any involvement in Arafat's untimely death.
The best water in Mekka is brought by a conduit from the vicinity of Arafat, six or seven hours distant.
At the close of the sixteenth century, according to Kotobeddyn, the whole plain of Arafat was cultivated.
I walked to Mount Arafat, to enjoy from its summit a more distinct view of the whole.
From thence an elevated rocky ground in the plain extends towards Arafat.
The pilgrims now pressed forward towards the mountain of Arafat, and covered its sides from top to bottom.