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  Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzhak Rabin was born in Jerusalem, in March 1922.
Rabin returned to Jerusalem in the Spring of 1973, and became active in the Israel Labor Party.
Rabin was elected Chairman of the Party in February 1992, and in the June 1992 national elections he was elected Prime Minister.
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  Yitzhak Rabin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rabin resigned from office after two crises hit him: the arrival of four F-15 jets on Shabbat led to the breaking up of his coalition; and the exposure of a US dollar bank account held by his wife Leah Rabin, an act forbidden at that time by Israeli currency regulators.
Rabin died of massive blood loss and a punctured lung on the operating table at the nearby Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv.
Yitzhak Rabin • Shimon Peres Benjamin Netanyahu • Ehud Barak • Ariel Sharon Ehud Olmert
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 Yitzhak Rabin - MSN Encarta
Rabin was assassinated in 1995 at a peace rally in Tel Aviv because he had indicated a willingness to cede Israeli-occupied territory in the interests of peace with neighboring Arab nations.
Rabin was appointed a Palmach platoon commander in 1943 and deputy battalion commander in 1944.
Rabin returned to Israel in 1973 and was elected to the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in December as a member of the Labor Party.
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 Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rabin's bureau chief, Eitan Haber, announced outside the gates of the hospital: The government of Israel announces in amazement, in great sadness, and in deep sorrow, the death of prime minister and minister of defense Yitzhak Rabin, who was murdered by an assassin, tonight in Tel Aviv.
In Rabin's pocket was a blood-stained sheet of paper with the words to Shir Lashalom ("Song to Peace"), which ironically dwells on the impossibility of bringing a dead person back to life and therefore the need for peace.
Rabin was buried at the Mount Herzl cemetery for Israeli leaders, in Jerusalem.
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 Rabin
Yitzchak Rabin was born in Jerusalem on March 1, 1922, to Rosa and Nehemia Rabin, pioneers of the Third Aliyah.
Rabin established the IDF training doctrine, and coined the command slogan "Follow Me!" He developed the combat strategy based on movement and surprise, which was successfully implemented in the Six Day War.
Rabin was laid to rest at the age of 73, by a stunned and grieving nation, in the section for Great Men of the Nation at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem, in the presence of many world leaders.
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 Yitzhak Rabin hero file
Rabin's mother, "Red" Rosa, is a central figure in the Jewish socialist movement and military underground.
Rabin, his father and others are arrested by the British in June and sent to a detention camp.
Rabin quickly places a freeze on the establishment of new Israeli settlements in the occupied territories and begins the Oslo negotiations with the PLO.
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 Rabin center : vc > Family and Childhood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Yitzhak Rabin was born in Jerusalem on March 1, 1922.
Yitzhak’s mother Rosa was a Cohen, born in 1890 at Mohilev in White Russia.
Rabin’s parents were volunteer activists for most of their lives and the home had a permanent atmosphere of commitment to public service.
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 BookRags: Yitzhak Rabin Biography
Rabin's final years were spent pursuing the elusive goal of peace in the Middle East between Jews and Arabs after decades of violence and distrust on both sides.
Yitzhak and his younger sister were raised in Tel Aviv, where their father was a trade-union organizer and their mother was a political activist.
Rabin's tenure in office was marked by actions that painted him as both a hawk and a dove.
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 Historical Figures - Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzhak Rabin (March 1, 1922—November 4, 1995) was an Israeli politician and military general.
Rabin resigned from office after two crises hit him: the arrival of four F-15 jets on Sabbath led to the breaking up of his coalition; and the exposure of an illegal dollar fund held by his wife, Leah Rabin.
Rabin was later hailed by many commentators for his resignation, who said that this was a sign of integrity and responsibility.
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 MyJewishLearning.com - History & Community: Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzhak Rabin was born in Jerusalem on March 1, 1922 to Rosa and Nehemia Rabin (Rubitzov).
Rabin was known for his bluntness, analytic mind, and colorful colloquial Sabra idioms, delivered in his slow deep bass voice that became a hallmark of reassurance to two generations of Israelis, and a source of annoyance to political enemies.
Rabin was rushed to Ichilov hospital and died shortly thereafter.
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 Yitzchak Rabin AKA Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzchak Rabin (sometimes spelled Yitzhak Rabin) (יצחק רבין in Hebrew) (March 1, 1922 – November 4, 1995) was an Israeli politician and general.
During Yitzchak Rabin’s term in office was the famour Operation Jonathan, in which the IDF rescued passengers of a plane hijacked by Palestinian terrorists.
Rabin resigned from office after two crises hit him: a scandal emanating from the delivery of four F-15 fighter jets to Israel on the Jewish Sabbath (Shabbat) led to the breaking up of his coalition; and the exposure of an illegal bank account held by his wife, Lea Rabin.
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 Wikinfo | Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzhak Rabin (יצחק רבין) (March 1, 1922 - November 4, 1995), was an Israeli politician and military general.
Rabin was born in Jerusalem in British mandatory Palestine.
During this term of office, Rabin also oversaw the signing of a peace accord with Jordan and the rapid expansion of settlements in the West Bank and Gaza.
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 Yitzhak Rabin and National Security
Rabin was impressed with the ability of the Border Police to "restore order" by the use of clubs, and consequently the troops were equipped with batons.
Rabin believed that the Intifada created a situation in which, for the first t ime the residents of the territories were leading the Palestinian struggle, and therefore they might be able to serve as partners for negotiations.
Rabin was one of the chief architects of American-Israeli alliance.
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 NAPF Programs: Youth Outreach: Peace Heroes: Yitzhak Rabin, by Martin Mok
Rabin was appointed Ambassador to the US in 1968 and he tried to get help from them to fight for Israel’s rights.
Rabin was elected Member of the Knesset in the general elections of December 1973.
Rabin was seventy-three years old at the time of his death.
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 Was Rabin a Mason?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Rabin was made a Mason "on sight" in 1968 by the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the State of Israel at the time, Bro.
Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister and Defense Minister of Israel, was murdered by an assassin's bullets on November 4, 1995.
Rabin would have needed an official document from the Grand Lodge of the State of Israel, certifying his Masonic condition, degree, and name of the Lodge to which he belonged.
www.freemasonry.org /psoc/wasrabin.htm   (1373 words)

  
 Yitzhak Rabin (swinging from the gallows in Hades)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The illusory image of Rabin as the tough sabra willing to negotiate with the Arabs, as the invincible general turned peacemaker, as the tolerant, wise leader of the Jewish state, was forever enshrined in the public consciousness.
Rabin was no "great general." As Uri Milstein's "The Rabin File" explains, Yitzhak Rabin bears responsibility for many of the most fouled-up military operations in Israeli history.
Rabin retaliated by putting Feiglin on trial for "raising fear among the public." At future protests, the Israeli police were used as a political organization, blocking protesters and sometimes assaulting them.
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 BBC News | PROFILES | Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzhak Rabin was a born soldier, dedicated and brave.
Rabin became the youngest Israeli prime minister, and the bitter rivalry between him and Peres intensified.
Rabin returned to prominence in 1984 as defence minister in a government of national unity.
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 "Rabin"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Yitzhak Rabin like many of his generation of Jewish youngsters born in Palestine, had their youth cut short, by military service.
Rabin had been educated at the Kadoorie School of Agriculture, most of whose students were member of the underground Palmach.
Rabin went on to reach a peace agreement with King Hussein of Jordan and finally a mere five weeks before his assassination he signed the Oslo II peace agreement with Arafat.
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 www.videochatlive.org - The Yitzhak Rabin Murder Video (the Kempler Video).
The Kempler Video of Yitzhak Rabin Assassination is the seven and a half minute video made by Roni Kempler while standing on the roof of a building overlooking the scene at the Kings of Israel Square during the assassination of Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin on November 4th, 1995 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The Yitzhak Rabin murder video was used during the trial of convicted assassin Yigal Amir, the Shamgar Commision on the Yitzhak Rabin assassination and used for a brief period to convince the Israeli public that Yigal Amir did, in fact, commit the murder of Yitzhak Rabin.
Yitzhak Rabin, the driver and bodyguard enter the limousine from the driver's side and the limousine begins to travel.
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 Yitzhak Rabin - The fifth Prime minister
Rabin grew up in Tel-Aviv and in 1940 completed his schooling with a distinction at the Kadoori Agricultural High School.
On November 4, 1995, Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated by a gunman in central Tel Aviv after attending a peace rally.
Rabin is survived by his wife, Leah, a daughter, Dalia, and a son, Yuval.
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 Jerusalem Post Remembers Yitzhak Rabin
Rabin himself will probably be remembered in time with greater warmth than was directed toward him by the public in his lifetime.
Rabin is on the five-member board of the organization and is touted as the likely leader of the group, which claims 10,000 members nationwide.
Rabin doesn't criticize the Labor Party outright, but it is obvious that he is disillusioned with "establishment parties." He won't reveal his preference for party leader; he is not a Labor member.
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 The Conspiracy to Kill Yitzhak Rabin?
A week after Rabin was killed, on November 12, journalist Amnon Abramovich revealed on Israel TV that Eyal was set up by the Shabak to provoke and trap right wing radicals and its leader, Avishai Raviv was an agent whose code name was "Champagne", referring to the bubbles of incitement he raised.
The medical reports indicated that Rabin was killed by a bullet fired from a gun against his flesh- not from five feet away.
While Rabin was being operated on at Ichilov Hospital, for reasons unexplained to this day, Haber rifled through his suit and shirt pockets looking for something and pulled out the songsheet Rabin had held at the rally.
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 Rabin Memorial Day
Yitzhak Rabin studied at Beit Hinuch Leyaldei Ovdim (a school for workers' children) in Tel Aviv and the agricultural school Kedourie.
In 1984 Rabin was appointed Minister of Defense.
On November 4, 1995 Rabin was shot to death by a Jewish assassin, at the end of a mass demonstration in Kikar Malchei Yisrael in Tel Aviv in support of the peace process.
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 Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995)
Yitzhak Rabin attended primary school in Tel Aviv, and the Kedourie Agricultural College in the lower Galilee, from which he graduated with distinction.
Yitzhak Rabin entered the Labor Party and the 8th Knesset.
1994: Yitzhak Rabin was also one of the three laureates awarded the highest accolade recognized by the entire world: the Nobel Peace Prize, on 10 December 1994.
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 Yitzhak Rabin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Assassinated Israeli statesman and general Yitzhak Rabin was born in Jerusalem on March 1, 1922.
After the resignation of Prime Minister Golda Meir in 1974, Rabin was called upon to fill the post, which he held until 1976 when he resigned over a scandal about his wife and an illegal foreign currency account.
Rabin negoitiated a peace agreement with the PLO granting the Palestinians autonomy.
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 Yitzhak Rabin
Rabin became chief of staff for the Israeli military in 1964, and directed the armed forces during the Six-Day War of 1967.
Yitzhak Rabin - Rabin, Yitzhak, 1922–95, Israeli general and statesman, b.
Leah Rabin - Leah Rabin Age: 72 widow of Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin who continued to promote her...
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 :: Friends of Rabin ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Yitzhak Rabin Center was established by Knesset decree to commemorate the life and work of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated during his term of office in 1995.
The Center is a not-for-profit institution functioning as a living and active memorial to the life and values important to Yitzhak Rabin - democracy, tolerance, social responsibility and peace - and a place where the lessons of the past will be applied through education of Israel’s future generations.
The Friends of the Yitzhak Rabin Center is a non-for-profit organization established by supporters from around the world.
www.friendsofrabin.org   (226 words)

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