Published January 13, 2015
Sun., April 23 at 10 p.m. ET
Hosted by David Asman
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a devastating stroke January 4 and fell into a coma. On April 11, Sharon was declared permanently incapacitated by Israel's Cabinet, officially ending his five-year tenure as prime minister.
His absence from the political scene has left a gaping political vacuum that's yet to be filled.
Now, FOX News brings you an extraordinary report on this bold soldier-statesman, including exclusive interviews with Sharon and images you've never seen.
Few U.S. journalists have followed Sharon's controversial career more closely than Jennifer Griffin, FOX News Middle East correspondent.
You'll learn the lessons Sharon taught the world — and especially the U.S. — on how to fight the War on Terror.