The Bloody Legacy That Dogged Ariel Sharon’s Career

Condemn who? Check out John Kerry cheesing in the background after Ariel Sharon ordered Lebanese Militia to slaughter Palestinians in a refugee camp @ 1:11 in this video. Some things never change! The rat sees the camera and tries to disappear in the back

Published on Jan 13, 2014 by Journeyman Pictures

Sabra and Shatila (2002): The bloody massacres of 2002 overseen by Ariel Sharon while he was Israeli Defence Minister

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In the aftermath of Ariel Sharon’s death, we take a look at his troubling legacy. We return to the Sabra and Shatila massacre, which many hold Sharon responsible for, despite his never facing trial.

“I have nightmares most nights… I’ve been trying to forget.” It was one of the most horrendous massacres of the 20th Century; the mass murder of unarmed men, women and children in Beirut’s Palestinian camps. The painful and psychologically scarring memories of the massacres have been compounded by the failure to bring anyone to justice. In particular Ariel Sharon, who as Israeli Minister of Defence oversaw the attacks. An Israeli state enquiry said that Sharon bore “personal responsibility”, and yet he stayed in the cabinet.

Julie Flint – Ref 1384

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