Officially U.S. government officials over at the State Department or the White House aren’t saying anything different from what Israeli officials are saying about the status of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. But unofficially, the White House is making plans for possible events in Jerusalem mid-week, next week. A source close to the situation confirmed chatter elsewhere this morning that the White House doesn’t expect any official word on Sharon’s status until after the Sabbath concludes. This, coincidentally… or not, is also around the time that Sharon’s induced coma might be reversed.
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