More shallow thinking from Orquest. And in more than one way! Let us check the logic: 1. If I express a view that is contrary to Rabin's, then this is "an insult to Rabin"? I think you are confusing Rabin with my Hassidic Rebbe (or maybe yours? I actually don't have one.) 2. This is the really serious problem for Orquest, and only his shallow thinking would not detect it. Early in his premiership Rabin visited the Golan and promised the settlers that the Golan will forever stay in Israel. (Go visit, and they will show you the video, Orquest.) Within a year, though, Rabin promised Pres. Clinton that he would give the Golan back to Syria in return for full peace (the so-called "Rabin deposit"). Go figure, Orquest. Rabin's new position was "an insult to Rabin." The article also reports that according to Rabin's wife, Rabin usually made plans no more than two weeks in advance. If Rabin said in 1995 that Israel would keep Givat Zeev and Maale Adumim, then he could have changed his mind within two weeks, say. But according to Orquest, a dead Rabin cannot change his mind and therefore nobody should deviate from Rabin's latest assumed position. Did I get you correctly, Rosinante? Orquest, you are in no position to call anybody a "clown". You don't have the qualifications. Sorry.
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from the article: On the same page, ten years on