How accomodating these French dhimmis are. From the Jerusalem Post, with thanks to G. Zsigmond:
Israel’s ambassador to France has criticized the French government for issuing a death certificate for deceased Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat stating his place of birth as Jerusalem.
“I cannot understand how the French government agreed to issue a death certificate based on false information,” ambassador Nissim Zvili told a press conference in Montpellier, AFP reported.
Municipal officials at Clamart, the suburb of Paris where Arafat died on November 11, said they issued the document on the basis of a family record book itself issued by the French foreign ministry in 1996.
Arafat was born Mohammed Abdel-Rawf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Hussaini, on August 4, 1929.
The official version of his life history records he was born in Jerusalem. However numerous biographers agree that he was, in fact, born in Cairo, where his father, from Gaza, owned a business.