Why I can't mourn for Ariel Sharon
His death reawoke memories that I ordinarily try to suppress from when I was just one of Ariel Sharon's pawns.
Ariel Sharon’s death brings no closure for me. And I suspect that’s the case for many other veterans of the 1982 Lebanon War. For those of us who still bear the physical and emotional scars of that 'war of deceit' – aptly described as such by Ehud Ya’ari and the late Ze’ev Schiff in their definitive book on the subject – it is the only facet of that so-called multifaceted man that matters.
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