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Backing Sharon's Gaza Plan Risky for U.S.

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Backing Sharon's Gaza Plan Risky for U.S.

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Backing Sharon's Gaza Plan Risky for U.S.

Backing Sharon's Gaza Plan Risky for U.S.

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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon meets with President Bush, seeking U.S. support for his plan to withdraw settlements from the Gaza Strip. U.S. officials say any significant withdrawal is a positive step toward peace. But endorsing Sharon's plan to retain five large Jewish settlements in the West Bank could endanger U.S. relations with the Arab world. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.

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