The political game between right and left in Israel is no longer a substantive debate about political policies and worldviews.
Benjamin Netanyahu didn't lead the incitement against Yitzhak Rabin in 1995, extremist rabbis did.
One cannot suspect for a moment that Netanyahu ever acted to calm the discourse – the absolute opposite is true.
President Rivlin: I hope next year the entire state will commemorate Yitzhak Rabin in a single event.
Leftists love to sing ‘It Will Get Better’ at rallies. But the lyrics about ‘the territories’ make this song far more appropriate for the right.
The prime minister posted video on Facebook with examples that he said demonstrated that he had condemned incitement against Rabin.
Two important things were missing from the memorial event marking the 21st anniversary of Yizhak Rabin's murder: Palestinians, and recognition of the true problem underlying Israeli society.
When Likud MK David Bitan said that Rabin's assassination was not political, he scored an own goal into Netanyahu's net.
The online encyclopedia locks the Hebrew-language entry for lawmaker David Bitan for edits after adjectives surge in page.
The only lesson Netanyahu learned from Rabin's murder is that its lessons can be consigned to oblivion if one lies long enough.