Likud Party to Vote on Sharon's Gaza Plan

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon decides to allow members of his Likud Party to vote on his plan to dismantle nearly all 21 settlements in the Gaza Strip. The decision to hold the referendum comes at a time when Sharon's own future is uncertain, clouded by corruption scandals. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and NPR's Julie McCarthy.



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