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Short but maybe not so sweet

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Submitted by ubangi (United States), Nov 28, 2005 at 21:37

While Ariel Sharon's new Kadima party may be relatively short-lived, what kind of damage to Israel might it manage to create? Will Israel end up doing what Sharon has called for her to do, giving away the store to the Palestinians, who have done nothing towards establishing peace with Israel and who still maintain in their charter the goal of annihilating Israel?

Will this temporarily strengthen Sharon or weaken him?

These questions will be answered soon enough, but will everyone be ready for those answers?
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