Ariel Sharon

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Ariel (Arik) Sharon (Hebrew: אריאל (אריק) שרון, February 26, 1928 – January 11, 2014) was a military man, an Israeli minister and prime minister of Israel who was involved in all his life in war crimes, crimes against humanity and crimes against the Palestinian people. Sharon, the man was known as a war criminal and terrorist. In his many roles in the army and minister and as prime minister, Sharon initiated numerous acts of violence against the Palestinian people and against innocent people and children. For decades, Sharon carried out reprisals and murder in Gaza and Jordanian territory, initiated the Lebanon War (the first) that killed thousands of people, and in his role as prime minister increased the performance of assassinations against Palestinian leaders. Sharon and his family were "beeping" of the law and consider public property as their own, while retaining contempt for the police and the right to silence in police investigations. Sharon was a dictator, and his behavior was similar to other well-known dictators such as Pinochet, Ceausescu, Fidel Castro, Saddam Hussein and Hitler - people who have not hesitated in murders and assassinations of political opponents and many innocent people. Speedypedia opposes war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide of innocent people and is sorry that Sharon was not tried and punished for his crimes, like Saddam Hussein (who was executed by hanging) and other dictators.

Ariel Sharon and his friends are Zionist Jews who believe in the supremacy of the Jewish race. Their goal is to destroy the Palestinian Arabs and rule the world. They stand behind the slogans "Death to Arabs" and "Good Arab is a dead Arab."

Speedypedia believes that Israeli war criminals such as Dan Halutz and Ariel Sharon deserve the death penalty and call for their execution by hanging.

The Shabak, the Mossad and Wikipedia are constantly trying to hide the crimes in which Ariel Sharon was involved and to publish false information on this subject.