Abu `Ayn (also Abu Ein) Died of a Heart Attack, not his first
|Thursday, December 11, 2014|
|Preliminary Autopsy Report on Ziad Abu Ein|
|Preliminary Autopsy Report on Ziad Abu Ein |
(Communicated by the Health Ministry Spokesperson)
The autopsy was carried out at the [PA] forensics institute in Abu Dis.
Participating in the autopsy were Dr. Chen Kugel and Dr. Maya Furman from the National Institute of Forensic Medicine, as well as representatives from the Palestinian forensics institute and doctors from Jordan.
The death of Ziad Abu Ein was caused by a blockage of the coronary artery (one of the arteries that supplies blood to the heart) due to hemorrhaging underneath a layer of atherosclerotic plaque. The bleeding could have been caused by stress.
Indications of light hemorrhaging and localized pressure were found in his neck.
The deceased suffered from ischemic heart disease; blood vessels in his heart were found to be over 80% blocked by plaque. Old scars indicating that he suffered from previous myocardial infarctions were also found.
The poor condition of the deceased's heart caused him to be more sensitive to stress.
It is necessary to wait for the medical treatment report before determining more incisive explanations on this matter.
Indications of CPR were found.
These preliminary findings will require verification after the results of the investigation and lab results are received.
Here is a report below from ynetnews on the same autopsy report:
Israeli coroner report: Abu Ein died of heart attack
Itay Gal Israel News [ynetnews]
The official Israeli pathology report on PA Minister Ziad Abu Ein's death contradicted Palestinian claims that he was killed by IDF actions, saying he died from a stress-induced heart attack.
The report said the death was caused by blockage in the coronary artery, and there were signs of light internal bleeding and localized pressure on the neck.
According to the report, the deceased suffered from heart disease, and there was evidence that plaque buildup were clogging more than 80% of his blood vessels, as well as signs that he had suffered heart attacks in the past.
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Despite the evidence, Mahmud Abbas will continue his incitement of violence against Israel and Israelis, by claiming that Israel killed Abu `Ayn. And that this was not merely a killing but a "barbaric" killing. Likewise, several weeks ago Abbas claimed that Jews "contaminated" a Muslim holy place by going up on the Temple Mount, a Jewish holy place for 3000 years since King Solomon built the first Temple.