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    • mary
    • 13.01.06 | 00:31 (IST)

    Arie wrote: "It seems that the huge pressure on the PM created by the media regarding his and his son financial transactionsjust a day prior to his scheduled catheterization were a significant factorsince this kind of pressure easily can raise blood pressure and cause rupture of PM fragile brain vessels.". Reply: The PM lived on high pressure from the time he descded to disengage te Gazastrip. I read in papers he was afraid for inside attacks from fanatics, so he slept with a pistol under his pillow since last summer. He also had to leave the Likud party. He had to have heartsurgery. Haaretz publiced yesterday a picture from PM Sharon, and everyone who have some feeling for reading mimic could see a lot of fear on his face (at December 26. during Chanoeka) and he looked very ill as well. I wonder if no one noticed? In my opinion reasons enough for a high bloodpressure since last summer already and to have him hospitalised during the two weeks before the planned surgery?

    from the article: Sharon's CT brain scan shows blood has been absorbed
    First published 00:00 12.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 12.01.06
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