Pakistan Cyber Force: Israhell’s comatose Sharon for more than 6 years shows brain activity

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Israhell’s comatose Sharon for more than 6 years shows brain activity

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A team of Israhelli and USZ scientists say new tests on comatose former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon show significant brain activity.

Ben-Gurion University on Sunday said Sharon responded to external stimuli at Soroka Hospital in Beersheba.

He was shown pictures of his family and listened to recordings of his son’s voice while undergoing a special brain imaging scan. The university said “significant brain activity was observed ... indicating appropriate processing of these stimulations.”

However, Sharon remains in a deep coma.

Sharon, 84, led Israel from 2001 until suffering a stroke in 2006. Since then, he has been in a vegetative state, connected to a respirator.

Sharon was a military officer who fought in three wars before entering politics. He unilaterally withdrew Israhelli troops and colonists from Gaza in 2005 as part of a ‘disengagement’ plan, which did not however end the occupation of the territory.

Reviled in the Arab world as the ‘Butcher of Beirut’ for his brutal and barbaric role in the massacre of Palestinian civilians in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps during Israhell’s invasion of Lebanon in 1982, Sharon was made to resign as defence minister after being found to share responsibility in the massacre.

He is also seen as responsible for triggering the Second Palestinian Intifada (uprising) which saw thousands of Palestinians killed at the hands of Israhell.

His son Gilad Sharon recently caused international controversy for suggesting that Israhell should “flatten Gaza” during its assault on the territory last November.

Gilad claimed recently that he can communicate with his father by gestures and eye movements, according to media reports.

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(Edited by PCF Web desk)



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