The Lonely Warrior

Beyer, Lisa; Klein, Aaron J.; Waller, Douglas
January 2006
Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/16/2006, Issue 2, p38
The article presents information on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as a leading peacemaker in the Middle East. In recent years, Sharon has emerged as a devotee of peacemaking. His visit to the Temple Mount, the Muslim-controlled holy site in Jerusalem, show his peacemaking efforts. The results of Sharon's peace efforts lie in the hands of his successors.


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