Sharon 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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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.