The worst man ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize by Jay Nordlinger | Martin Kramer on the Middle East | Scoop.it

In my view, Arafat is the worst man ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize, unless it’s Le Duc Tho (a hard-liner even within a totalitarian dictatorship). But the 1994 prize is far from the worst prize. The very worst, in my opinion, may be the 2005 award to the International Atomic Energy Agency and its then-director general, Mohamed ElBaradei. But that’s another story.