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New Zealand wishes to extend its sympathy towards Israel at the news of the loss of their former leader and hopes that it will learn from his mistakes. The atrocities that he helped to inflict upon so many, including but not confined to the Sabra and Shatila massacres, will not be forgotten. Justice has not yet been served.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-25701260
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Iran would like to remind the world of the devastation Sharon caused during his time as Prime Minister.

We extend our sympathies to the families of his victims, especially those of the Sabra and Shatila massacres.

Iran will continue to pursue justice for the Palestinian people
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The European Union would like to offer its greatest sympathies to the Family of Ariel Sharon and will still be deeply committed to resolving the Middle East peace conflict.
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The United States of America would like to share in these sympathies.

The Syrian Arab Republic would join with Iran in its sentiments and dispel this myth of sainthood that the New Zealand representative confers to the deceased. We will remember their atrocities as well as their endeavours.
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Norway concurs with the US and the EU in offering our condolences and sympathies to the family of Ariel Sharon.
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Germany would like to offer its sympathies with Israel.

Pakistan would like all nations to remember the conflicts and troubles which Sharon caused and agree with Iran
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The Dominion of Canada offers condolences to Israel and praises the legacy of a staunch defender of one of the great architects of the modern state. History will judge his actions in terms of what needed to be done. The context of his policies should never be ignored.

The Republic of South Africa is saddened by the loss of another great leader and sympathise at a time so soon after the passing of one of our own, Mabida. Today is not a day to discuss his policies, it is a day of mourning and respect for the friends, family and countrymen he leaves behind.
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The Kingdom of Spain: echo's the remarks of its fellow nations on Sheldon Alison' death.

OOC: Its might be worth next time attaching a news article on where you saw it so we can have quick read from the same source as you!
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Russia morns the death of one of th great middle eastern diplomats who paved he way for the strengthening of mutual agreements between the Russian federation and Israel.

Indonesia recognises that a human death is not a good thing to celebrate but we will not morn the passing of a man with such a mixed history towards the Arabic people, all his actions must be remembered and as the Syrian representative said
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The Syrian Arab Republic dispel this myth of sainthood. We will remember their atrocities as well as their endeavours.
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(Original post by Will95206)
The Kingdom of Spain: echo's the remarks of its fellow nations on Sheldon Alison' death.

OOC: Its might be worth next time attaching a news article on where you saw it so we can have quick read from the same source as you!
It must be if you're giving condolences to a fictional character, who is Sheldon Alison?
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(Original post by Cheese_Monster)
It must be if you're giving condolences to a fictional character, who is Sheldon Alison?
LOL! sorry a bit of A2 Politics coming in there!- Senator for RI not ex Israel PM! Well spotted!
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Malaysia would also like to express its condolences over the death of Ariel Sharon.
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