Back in 1982, the youngest Israeli tank commander, Eli Geva, said 'No' as his tank overlooked Beirut and Sharon was about to give the order to invade the Lebanese capital. Geva was arrested, but if memory serves, never tried. He probably was hoping his courageous act might have sparked a more general refusal to follow Sharon as he marched much further into Lebanon then he had promised....and regional war loomed. The PLO's expulsion from Lebano, and the horrible refugee camp massacres followed. An Israeli Commission of Inquiry found that Sharon was 'indirectly responsible' and should never again serve in high office in Israel. And here we are today, this time 27 reserve pilots as Sharon and his army is poised to invade Gaza and/or Ramallah...with death threats against all the major political leaders of the Palestnians including Sheik Yassin and Yasser Arafat.