Arafat's widow says convinced his death not natural

Palestinians hold posters depicting late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat during a rally marking the 9th anniversary of his death near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City on Nov 11, 2013. The widow of late Arafat said on Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013
Palestinians hold posters depicting late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat during a rally marking the 9th anniversary of his death near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City on Nov 11, 2013. The widow of late Arafat said on Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013, she was still convinced he was poisoned, after French experts ruled out the theory that he had been assassinated. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS

RAMALLAH, Palestinian Territories (AFP) )- The widow of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat said on Wednesday she was still convinced he was poisoned, after French experts ruled out the theory that he had been assassinated.

"I'm still completely convinced that the martyr Arafat did not die a natural death, and I will keep trying to get to the truth," she said.