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Biderman's illustration of Ariel Sharon portrays the late prime minister's two sides: a fierce warrior, and a fierce politician.

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Amos Biderman

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    An illustration of Ariel Sharon by Amos Biderman.

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    Daniel Estrin

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    This caricature imagines what would have happened if Ariel Sharon had woken up from his coma to see his rival, Benjamin Netanyahu was elected prime minister while he was unconcious. Sharon is pictured saying "Nurse! Can I get a sleeping pill?"

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    Amos Biderman

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    This photo of Amos Biderman's most recent illustration of Ariel Sharon for last week's newspaper. Biderman calls it a more respectable depiction of the former prime minister.

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    Daniel Estrin

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    Biderman's caricature of Ariel Sharon, the second figure on the right in the bottom of the illustration, shows him with then-Defense Minister Benjamin Ben Eliezer smiling at the site of a one-ton bomb that Israel dropped onto a housing block in 2002. The blast killed a Hamas commander, as well as killing and injuring scores of Palestinian civilians.

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    Amos Biderman

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    Amos Biderman is a caricaturist for Israel's daily Haaretz.

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    Daniel Estrin