Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon increasingly faces political and public opposition to his peace policy. Polls show Sharon's popularity is at an all-time low. But many analysts see no alternative to Sharon and believe the prime minister is here to stay. Hear NPR's Linda Gradstein.
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