Thank you, Mrs. Rabin. May God bless your soul. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Rachel Rabin
    • 26.10.09 | 16:12 (IST)

    In this age of craziness, deception, extremism, and dishonesty, it is very refreshing to hear the simple truth. Thank You, Mrs. Rabin. Mr. Rabin was a war hero, a respected politician, and a trusted leader. Sadly, none of these can be said about our current PM. Mr. Rabin knew what the end game must be and worked hard to achieve it, gave his life to make it happen. This end game saw us living in peace and security, an end game that necessitated us to stop the grand Zionist dream of Greater Israel and its illegal settlements, leave the West Bank and Gaza, and proactively and enthusiastically support the establishment of a viable and democratic Palestinian state. Not for them but for us. Mr. Netanyahu is destroying our future. My fellow citizens, please wake-up before it?s too late. Peace NOW!!!

    from the article: Rabin's widow calls Netanyahu a 'nightmare' in decade-old letter
    First published 01:00 26.10.09 | Last updated 09:50 26.10.09
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