Where someone is buried has much symbolic importance. Take for instance Vladimir Jabotinsky, the ideological founder of 'Revionist Zionism', the 'Iron Wall', and today's ruling party in Israel. David Ben-Gurion refused to allow Jabotinsky to be buried in the Jewish State. His bones were only brought to Israel for reburial after the first victory of his successors, Menachem Begin, in 1977. Arafat's fate however does not seem like to follow such a historical turn any time soon.