As I recall it was Avishai Raviv, while working for the Shin Beit who was urging Amir to murder Rabin - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Larry
    • 10.11.11 | 19:08 (IST)

    Raviv is happy somewhere in Europe. Who at the Shin Beit gave him instruction and other aspects of what happened will remain a mystery becasue the Justice Ministry decided it didn't want this investigated. Please explain how after Raviv sent numerous reports to his superiors about how this murder was supposed to take place did none of the many security people at the site bother to question Amir. Amir is seen on the video walking around in a secure area and nobody seems to bother to ask him who he was and what was he doing there. There is much more to this than this fool Negbi has to say. He found it easier to use Rabin's murder to promote his ideological views. I doubt Amir shot real bullets other than blanks. There was never any gunpowder found in the tests of his hands. This was one big setup and the left wing fools find it easier to make Rabin a saint than to find out the truth.

    from the article: Rabin's murderers are still free and happy
    First published 02:56 10.11.11 | Last updated 02:56 10.11.11
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