So Palestinian strongman Yasser Arafat is receiving medical treatment in Paris. Maybe some good will come of it, but only if French authorities quiz him about Palestinian suicide bombings: The families of six French citizens murdered in Israel during Palestinian terrorist strikes are now demanding that their government ask Arafat a few questions. Don’t count on it, though. The French have a long history of coddling Middle Eastern bad guys, as Mark Molesky and I point out in Our Oldest Enemy. In other French news, a just-released poll shows French adults preferring Kerry over Bush by a margin of 71 percent to 11 percent.