Rabin


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Rabin

Yitzhak. 1922--95, Israeli statesman; prime minister of Israel (1974--77; 1992--95); assassinated
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Amir confessed to shooting Rabin and reenacted it for police.
L to R): Yitzhak Rabin, Bill Clinton, and Yasser Arafat during the Oslo Accords, September 13, 1993.
In 1984 Rabin became minister of defense, serving until the 1990 demise of the coalition in which the Labor Party shared power with the right-wing Likud.
The assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin 20 years ago produced instant analysis of unusual accuracy.
Yet that's just one moment in a long, strange trip that began in Johannesburg and ended in Hollywood, where Rabin is now an in-demand film composer with no fewer than 13 Jerry Bruckheimer movies under his belt (including "Titans," "Armageddon" and the "National Treasure" movies).
Rabin was shot three times in the back by Amir just moments after leaving a rally in Tel Aviv's Kings of Israel Square (now Rabin Square) in support of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
In most cases, Noble's serves wrapped up the match, as she did in the semifinal and final with tiebreaker wins over Foresters Lisette Cortez and Emily Rabin.
Across Israel in a Tel Aviv court 25-year-old Jewish student Yigal Amir boasted of killing 73-year-old Rabin.
Rabin will provide legal counsel on global GCS contracts as well as special projects related to global risk issues.
We both signed the Oslo accords and I address myself to you (Abbas) as a colleague would: Don't give up," Peres said at a mass rally in a Tel Aviv square where Rabin was gunned down in 1995.
Summary: There is no doubt that the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin 13 years ago was a turning point in the history of the Palestinian-Israeli peace process and that the period that followed could have turned out very different in his presence.