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Helen Schary Motro

A samurai's last stand

By Helen Schary Motro
January 6, 2006

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WHEN I SPENT a day with Ariel Sharon, I expected it to cement my dislike for him. In my mind Sharon represented what was wrong with Israel: a blend of swaggering militarism and arrogance. He was the epitome of a man with a finger too quick on the draw -- and on the trigger. (Full article: 632 words)

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