Day: October 20, 2010

Israel today marks the fifteenth anniversary of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s tragic assassination, with the usual festival of peacenik paeans to the Oslo process that Rabin oversaw. Indeed, Rabin was willing to take risks and give peace a chance, but he remained supremely suspicious of his partners and skeptical about the outcome. Rabin’s daughter Dalia recently told the Israeli press that, prior to his assassination, her father might have been close to stopping the Oslo process – because of Palestinian terrorism and duplicity.
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