1928 - 2014


SHARON--Hon Ariel.The officers, Board of Directors, and staff of UJA-Federation of New York mourn with profound sadness the loss of Ariel Sharon, esteemed former prime minister of the State of Israel. Respected and admired for his historic leadership, Ariel Sharon shaped the destiny of the Jewish...

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Godspeed Ariel. So go him now to places only heroes see....

Frank Seeley P.M. 83'

Shalom' Friend of Peace, may you always rest in companionship with G*d in heaven. To your family, always know that this was a great man who will forever live on in THE history of the World.

Job of old stated "If a man dies, can he live again? I will wait all the days of my compulsory service Until my relief comes. You will call, and I will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands." This means that God cares about his creation and wants to fulfill the promises he made to our forefathers, everlasting life on a paradise earth. To Ariel Sharon's family and friends, may the comfort of the holy writings be with you during this difficult time.

Our thoughts and prayers to the family of Ariel Sharon and the country of Israel. We will remember him - his heart and courage and love for his family and country

May it comfort you to know that Mr. Sharon is no longer suffering, no longer in pain. May the peace God gives be with you.

Aluf Sharon, you were a great leader who fought with courage and determination. B'shalom.

Ariel was one of the "mighty men" of Israel. A man among men, a champion among warriors, a man of understanding. May God Bless his family, and his Nation to know His Son Jesus Christ.

For God is not unrighteous so as to forget your work and the love you showed for his name by ministering and continuing to minister to the holy ones (Hebrews 6:10). Ariel Sharon will never be forgotten for all the work done for the Israeli community and especially those encouraged and inspired in this wonderful persons' care. May God continue to strengthen your family in these “times hard to deal with” (2Tim 3:1), especially without a beloved one such as Ariel Sharon.