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 Ariel Sharon - “have become the most important agents of change in the Middle Eastern arena.”
 Ariel Sharon - “create a real opportunity for a change in the Middle East.”
 Ariel Sharon - “This is a government in panic. The matters are too serious to be decided in a meeting in the middle of the night.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Israel began the forcible eviction of thousands of Gaza settlers on Wednesday, and Ms. Rice called it really quite a dramatic moment in the history of the Middle East. ... enormously courageous.”
 Ariel Sharon - “not only on the Palestinian track (but) the Lebanese track and the Syrian track so that we can have a new Middle East.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Together they fell in the fire of the enemy, and together they returned to the homeland they were called upon to defend, ... May Benny, Adi and Omar be a blessed memory.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Since then, I have worked tirelessly in all my meetings with Egyptians and others in order to do so,”
 Ariel Sharon - “There are no restrictions on the use of any measure in order to strike at the terrorists, ... This phenomenon must be stopped.”
 Ariel Sharon - “It's about the window of opportunity that is open now. That, of course, now all depends if the Palestinians will act against terror. And now we don't see any change whatsoever. Even yesterday we had a very, a very hard terror act. As a matter of fact it happens almost every day now,”
 Ariel Sharon - “There is no reason that harsher words should not be used in the matter of violence against soldiers,”
 Ariel Sharon - “What the ICJ judges refused to see, the Palestinians quickly showed them this morning -- murder and the wounding of innocent civilians, ... It is not for nothing that the Palestinians are struggling against the fence. They know full well that the completion of the fence will make it very difficult for them to continue perpetrating acts of murder.”
 Ariel Sharon - “It is not for nothing that the Palestinians are struggling against the fence. They know full well that the completion of the fence will make it very difficult for them to continue perpetrating acts of murder.”
 Ariel Sharon - “how it can be possible to make progress toward the road map, what he intends to do on the various security issues and how he intends to act to dismantle the terrorist organizations.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Sharon's words only make us stronger,”
 Ariel Sharon - “we must take certain steps that will make the Palestinian life easier.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Iran, Libya and Syria are irresponsible states, which must be disarmed of weapons of mass destruction, and a successful American move in Iraq as a model will make that easier to achieve.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I heard that there is a demand that I make various pledges and promises. If the attempts to overthrow me succeed, there is no limit to their shame,”
 Ariel Sharon - “It's terrible that such a thing happened, even if it's just a technical problem, ... He is the prime minister of Israel, for God's sakes, and it just doesn't look good. But whether it will make any difference or not depends very much on how it is spun over the next day or so.”
 Charles Sharon - “We knew that as seniors, we have to make big plays.”
 Ariel Sharon - “make us desperate, to make us lose hope, to make us lose the national vision that leads us.”
 Ariel Sharon - “Israel is prepared to make painful concessions for a true peace. However, the government under my leadership will not be seduced into believing false promises which will endanger the security of the state of Israel,”
 Ariel Sharon - “Together we will lead the state of Israel, together we will overcome terrorism, together we will make peace, ... With God's help, we will win.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I don't see how they can have elections without our help, ... We will make every effort not to help them in their elections.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I vow that if I was just an Israeli civilian and I met a Palestinian I would burn him and I would make him suffer before killing him.”
 Ariel Sharon - “I was elected to be the prime minister by a majority of two-thirds. I will not let party trickery dictate policy, ... I am responsible for what happens, and I must create policy according to decisions I made.”

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