Sharon

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NPR's Peter Kenyon reports from Jerusalem on the role that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has played in the latest Middle East violence. Sharon's popularity among Israelis surged after he launched a military offensive in the West Bank in response to a wave of suicide bombings.

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