Palestine administration denies an accusation of Yasser Arafat's assassination
The central committee of ruling Fatah party accused former secretary of the Palestine Liberation Organization Farug Gudumi of an attempt to political split on the eve of the sixth convocation of conference of the party, Al-Jazeera reported.
Kudumi, who lives abroad, accused President of the Palestinian Administration Mahmoud Abbas and former head of the Administration Security Muhammad Dakhlan of being party to death of former Palestine leader Yasser Arafat in a news-conference in Amman.
According to Kudumi, Abbas and Dakhlan cooperated with the Israeli services to organize the assassination of Arafat and some other leaders of the Palestine opposition movement Hamas, the Islamic jihad, the National Front for Palestine Liberation, and the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades.
Kudumi's accusations are false and contradict the reality, the central committee of Fatah said in news-conference in Amman.
Kudumi is charged with an attempted split provocation in Palestinian administration and society, as well as in obstruction of the sixth convocation of conference of the Fatah party scheduled for late July- early August in Vifleem.
Former Palestine Leader Yasser Arafat died after long lasted coma in a Paris clinic in 2004.