Defense officials were responsible for photo captions that appear to spin history in Netanyahu's favor, overlooking Peres's presidency and leaving out former prime ministers altogether
Not all of Israel’s disasters began with Rabin’s murder, and not all of its ills will end when Netanyahu is replaced. But when there is nothing to offer, all the blame is placed on Netanyahu.
The link between Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme’s murder and that of Yitzhak Rabin, teaches Israelis that they should dedicate prime minister's memorial to addressing the existential dangers of political violence
Uri Milstein was a leading military historian until he lauded Rabin’s assassin and was shunned. Now he's making his way back into the mainstream
Allowing it for terrorists, or anyone, will mean the crossing of a red line; Israel will have ceased to be Israel
Wringing one's hands at the booing of Likud's Tsachi Hangebi, a key inciter against Rabin, and a sexist remark aimed at Likud's Miri Regev, a racist, destructive minister, is not the way to build a resistance
Fear of immigration and terrorism and the ideological subversion of Western achievements have generated resistance to the left’s policies
Regional Cooperation Minister Tzachi Hanegbi took a bullet for the entire Israeli right as the debate over Rabin's murder has been replaced by attacks on Hanegbi himself
The Israeli right has resorted to all kinds of tricks and lies and conspiracy theories to rid themselves of the burden of guilt for not stopping the terrible incitement that led to Rabin's assassination
The answer to incitement and intolerance of the right cannot be mutual intolerance by the left
The right’s attempt to depoliticize Rabin’s murder is another stage in the ideological struggle between right and left
Jewish groups are mobilizing across the United States ahead of this week's midterm elections. Plus: Can Rabin's legacy ever unite the people of Israel?
There was a disconnect between the sentiments of the crowd and the memorial's content, and the effort to portray a mood of reconciliation between left and right was indecent and pathetic
Yuli Edelstein criticizes speech by Meretz chairwoman Tamar Zandberg, who called the murder 'the best political assassination in history'
By calling the site of the crime Rabin’s-Murder Square, there’s no way of getting away from what happened there 23 years ago
Netanyahu responds to critics at Rabin memorial saying, leftists are 'trying to silence whoever doesn't agree with them' ■ The organizers say rally brings Israelis together to commemorate the late premier amid earlier dispute over exclusion of left-wing party
Rabin was murdered because the right wing had a real and immediate need for his death, but today the right doesn’t need to use murder to achieve its vision.
Nothing will change the facts, and significance, of Rabin’s assassination: The prime minister was murdered at the height of a peace rally, by a religious, right-wing man incited by the right, among them our current prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu
For years I’ve been harping that the Shin Bet, through its informant, distributed an image showing Rabin in an SS uniform, leveling an extremely serious accusation against the Shin Bet
The past 23 years have seen numerous theories about the identities of those who depicted the prime minister in Nazi garb. The existence of a secret trial and verdict are published here for the first time
The right is moving from defense to offense on the road to rewriting history. It wasn’t the right that murdered Rabin, but the assassin came from its ranks, as did a religious edict sanctioning extrajudicial killing
'Memory can’t be bought with money. Neither can peace,' the party said in a statement
The prime minister’s assaults on democracy and dissent suddenly seem like a return to his bad old days
'You are responsible for the welfare of everyone, not just your voters. If you don’t stop the incitement and attacks against anyone who disagrees with you, blood will be spilled here again,' Rabin's granddaughter said
Breaking the Silence Meets School Students for First Time Since Passage of Law Seen as Targeting Its Activities
Israeli law prohibits school activities organized by groups who supposed legal actions being taken abroad against Israeli soldiers, but the NGO says this doesn't apply to it
Will the ceremony in Rabin Square be political or nonpolitical? Yitzhak Rabin's murder was political, and that is how it must be remembered
This agreement was, and still is, the only ripple of hope in 100 years of conflict
The main opposition party has reportedly decided that no rightists should speak at the annual rally for the assassinated prime minister. Is this the way to memorialize Rabin?
Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan discuss how the filming process altered their extreme leftist positions and why, despite failure, we should continue along the path of Rabin and Arafat
Imagine what Israel would be like today had the negotiations that began at Oslo ended in success — had Yitzhak Rabin completed the task of bringing peace and Yasser Arafat, instead of riding the tiger of terrorism, fought terrorism