Ariel Sharon Car Fleet

Let’s take a dwell with Ariel Sharon Car Fleet. It simply includes as to with any vehicles that are usually used for work purposes and also include the privately owned cars which are also better known as the grey fleet but still part of the car fleet. A car fleet has an inclusion of fleet vehicles and may include heavy vehicles, motorbikes, special vehicles like the tracked vehicles and vis-a-vis.

1956 The Sinai War (aka Sinai Campaign)

On July 26, 1956, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser announces the nationalization of the Suez Canal. Britain and France, which are most affected by this step, consider military action. On October 1956 a secret agreement is achieved by Israel, Britain and France, according to which Israel would carry out a military operation that would threat the Suez Canal and then Britain and France would demand Egypt to cease fire and open the canal; if the Egyptians not comply, Britain and France would then launch a military operation. On October 26, 1956, the 202nd Paratroopers Brigade, under the command of Ariel…

2005 Ariel Sharon’s Stroke Drama

Sunday, 18 December 2005 – Prime Minister Ariel Sharon begins a regular day at his office. He meets his staff and then holds a cabinet meeting. At noon he meets Vice Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, and at 18:00, before leaving to his ranch home at Havat Hashikmim, he sees then-Knesset-Member Shimon Peres. During this meeting he says very little. At 18:30 Peres leaves and Sharon’s secretary goes into his office to have him sign some documents. When she comes out she worriedly tells Lior Shilat, Sharon’s personal assistant, that she thinks something is wrong with the prime minister because he…

1928 – 1947 Childhood and Youth of Ariel Sharon

1922 – Vera Shneorov, a medical student in the city of Tbilisi, Georgia, forms a bond of love with Samuel Sheinerman, an agronomy student and the head of Po’aley Zion party in the city. Activists of the Communist Revolution are after Samuel for his Zionist activity, and in February 1922 Vera and Samuel run away to Baku and from there make an Aliyah (immigration to Israel) in a ship with very little possessions. Samuel fulfills his Zionist dream. For Vera it’s a forced compromise. Once in Israel, Samuel goes to Mikve Israel agricultural school and upon graduation he and Vera…

1977 – 1982 Settlement Fever and the Peace with Egypt

The day after the 1977 elections, Ariel Sharon, Agricultural-Minister-to-be, meets Hanan Porat of Gush Emunim, the settlers’ movement. They lean, shoulder to shoulder, over maps and draw the future settlement map in Judea and Samaria. Everything they have drawn, and more, now exists on the ground. Sharon’s Settlement Plan in Samaria and Judea aims to keep the high important strategic terrain that is overlooking the coastal plane in Israeli hands. He aspires to blend the Arabs of the West Bank and the Jewish settlers in a way that it would not be possible to separate them in the future by…

1971 Ariel Sharon’s War against Terrorism

Sharon moves on to his next mission: eliminating terrorist gangs in the Gaza Strip. The turning point in the way terrorism is treated is the horrendous attack that takes place on January 2, 1971. A family of new immigrants from England – David and Pretty Arroyo and their two babies, Mark and Abigail – visit Gaza. They park their car in a main street and a minute later a terrorist throws a hand grenade through the open rear window. The babies are killed on the spot and their mom is severely wounded. Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and Chief of Staff…

1948 Independence War

On November 29, 1947, the United Nations General Assembly approves the Partition Plan for Palestine. The Jewish population in Israel celebrates, but soon the joy is replaced by a growing tension in anticipation for the end of the British Mandate on Israel. Sharon is assigned to command a squad of guards, with the task of ambushing Bedouins who try to infiltrate into the Jewish communities in order to steal and hurt Jews. When the Independence War breaks out, Sharon’s squad becomes a platoon within IDF’s Alexandroni Brigade. Sharon is a daring and self-controlled platoon commander, who can quickly read the…

Ariel Sharon is nominated for Israel Prize

Knesset Member Yoel Hasson (Kadima) proposed awarding the Israel Prize to former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in the Life Work category. This automatically makes comatose Ariel Sharon a nominee for the prize. Hasson said that Ariel Sharon was, “An outstanding soldier throughout the chain of command, the hero of the Yom Kippur War, an admired general, a Knesset member and minister for many years and one of the most popular prime ministers in the history of the State of Israel.” Hasson consulted Ariel Sharon’s family members prior to submitting the nomination, and they gave their blessing to his initiative….

2004 Ariel Sharon’s Disengagement Plan

2003 – Sharon is re-elected after two years as prime minister. During his first term, Israel has known the highest number of terrorism victims ever. On October 2003, Dov Weisglas, Sharon’s special advisor, asks his assistants to gather information on Gaza and says he thinks it is time to get out of there. Sharon, at this point, opposes the move. Weisglass says to Sharon’s close relatives that if he does not carry out the Disengagement Plan, he would step down from the political stage as an old and insignificant man. At the same time, Weisgalss puts pressure on Defense Minister…