Sharon’s folly

Caroline Glick has an excellent column explaining the stakes involved in Ariel Sharon’s plan to uproot Israeli towns in the Gaza strip: “Sharon’s folly.” Glick provides substantial evidence to support her conclusion: “It is hard to understand what happened to make Sharon ignore the dangerous consequences of his plan to withdraw from Gaza. Quite simply, it makes no sense. But it is the responsibility of his cabinet ministers to remind him of these consequences and to make it clear to the prime minister that he ignores these ramifications at the peril not only of his political future, but at the peril of the security of the state.”

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