January 12, 2014
A Ruthless Warrior Who Could Have Made Peace
Ronen Bergman, New York Times
The Associated Press
If Mr. Sharon had not had a stroke in 2006, which led, ultimately, to his death on Saturday, he would most likely have reached a peace agreement with the Palestinians. And he would have used his powerful personality and irresistible drive, as well as the widespread affection he had acquired among his people, to force the right-wing settler movement to accept it.
TAGGED: Ariel Sharon, Israel, Palestine, Middle East