My Favorite Quotes
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 Ariel Sharon - “If the violence continues, the Palestinians will lose more assets, and they have something to lose,”
 Ariel Sharon - “On Capitol Hill, Secretary of State Colin Powell said both Palestinians and Israelis are pursuing policies right now that will just lead to more violence. ... take a hard look at his policies to see whether they will work.”
 Ariel Sharon - “deepening its involvement in incitement, violence and terror.”
 Ariel Sharon - “there is no link between the end of violence and the question of the settlements. That issue has to be discussed later on between the parties.”
 Ariel Sharon - “The United States has to put pressure on Arafat to stop the violence. The situation is intolerable. Israel cannot continue in this situation for many days,”
 Ariel Sharon - “(People) should vote for me because I will preserve Jerusalem, united and undivided as the capital of the Jewish people, the capital of Israel, forever.”
 Ariel Sharon - “This vote is about the future of Jerusalem. Whoever wants to keep the unity and wholeness of Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty forever and ever needs to vote for me. I will guard Jerusalem.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I don't think it would be suitable (to request aid) at this time so we will wait a while.”
 Jeffrey Sharon - “People walk up and down there every day, two or three hundred people, and if that horse was out there 20 minutes, somebody would have called me.”
 Ariel Sharon - “It's impossible to watch this ... without tears in the eyes,”
 Ariel Sharon - “We are in constant contact with the Russians in order to settle this issue and ensure these weapons do not reach terror organizations located in Lebanon,”
 Ariel Sharon - “You can not like the word, but what is happening is an occupation -- to hold 3.5 million Palestinians under occupation. I believe that is a terrible thing for Israel and for the Palestinians.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Israel is the only place in the world where Jews have the right and capability to defend themselves by themselves.”
 Jeffrey Sharon - “They're like little ostriches. They used to go for 10,000 a pair. They're worth nothing now. I'd give them away today if somebody wouldn't eat them. (People) drain their oil and they eat them, and the oil they use in cosmetics.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Look, the Jews are not easy people. Maybe that's the reason they managed to exist, I would say, for thousands of years.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I have been serving Israel for over 60 years and I know its fields, its borders and even its smell, ... responsible, experienced and courageous leadership that operates with a strategic view of the future of the state of Israel.”
 Ariel Sharon - “my calling and my primary mission for the coming years.”
 Ariel Sharon - “It is an old project launched by Ariel Sharon when he was housing minister nearly 15 years ago,”
 Ariel Sharon - “The situation is different today, and will not again be like it was yesterday,”
 Ariel Sharon - “Security for the Israeli people will lead to measures that will create new and better reality for the Palestinian population.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I saw this bunch of wild people attacking police, border police and soldiers and I said to myself that this was a criminal act, simply that,”
 Ariel Sharon - “Israel knows too well the scenes of security forces and medical personnel carrying wounded people and victims of all ages on their shoulders,”
 Ariel Sharon - “Areas that were given to the Palestinians -- there, I think the situation is irreversible and I don't think we have to re-enter. That doesn't mean Israel will not take steps against people who find shelter there.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Israel may have the right to put others on trial, but certainly no one has the right to put the Jewish people and the State of Israel on trial.”
 Ariel Sharon - “On behalf of the government and the state of Israel, I would like to express condolences on the passing of Pope John Paul II, and to share in the mourning of millions of Christians and believers in both the state of Israel and around the Christian world. Pope John Paul II was a man of peace and a friend of the Jewish people, who was familiar with the uniqueness of the Jewish people and who worked for an historic reconciliation between the peoples and for the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and the Vatican in late 1993. ...Yesterday, the world lost one of the most important leaders of our generation, whose great contribution to rapprochement and unity between peoples, understanding and tolerance will be with us for many years.”

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