In Tel Aviv, march in Rabin Square followed a memorial event commemorating the 25th anniversary of Prime Minister Yithzak Rabin's assassination
Opposition leader Yair Lapid is the keynote (and only) speaker of an event that has drawn criticism for being affiliated with just one political party, and for not including an Arab speaker as it had in previous years
Twenty-five years after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, six Israelis who were at the peace rally on November 4, 1995, recall the fateful night and its impact on their lives
The agreements Netanyahu has signed with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain recall the Rabin legacy far more than Ariel Sharon’s unilateral pullout from Gaza
The fact that he was assassinated doesn't prove the late prime minister sought true peace. Quite the contrary
It's not groundless to assume that in a few years, the rightists will be explaining why the murder was actually expedient, and claim 'self defense'
At event, President Rivlin says 'it’s important to remember the abyss and the destruction to which bitter estrangement' can lead
Ex-security service chief Ami Ayalon says the prime minister’s death was as much an intelligence failure as a security one
The prime minister says he and his family are being constantly threatened 'and no one says a word'
President Rivlin says it's 'unacceptable that we legitimize the next political murder,' While Gantz says Rabin 'would have been troubled' by recent events
Lesson plan for third through sixth graders says Rabin's 'agreement with the Arabs' stirred disagreements, but aftermath of his murder bred division 'that turned into unity'
Rabin was no saint, but he changed, and was gunned down for it. When the U.S. left refuses to remember his peacemaking with the Palestinians, they hand victory to Netanyahu and the Israeli right
His distinguished career spanned the military, journalism, and politics
Keith Ellison, First Muslim Elected to Congress, to Speak at Rabin Memorial Snubbed by Alexandria Ocasio -Cortez
Progressive leader to participate in virtual event that lawmaker backed out of after pressure from pro-Palestinian activists who see slain Israeli PM as war criminal
The Israeli left shrunk to a tiny marginalized shadow when, shunning all others, it went down an ideologically pure rabbit-hole. When U.S. Jewish progressives urge AOC to shun Rabin, they’re following the same forlorn path
The progressive lawmaker’s snub of Americans for Peace Now shouldn’t come as a surprise, and it’s time for like-minded groups to give up on her and focus on their real allies in Congress
American Jewish Congress says Rep. Ocasio-Cortez 'distanced herself from the principle of supporting those who seek engagement to foster peace' in decision to opt out of virtual event by Americans for Peace Now
Online criticism poured in after Americans for Peace Now announced Ocasio-Cortez would speak at a virtual event: 'In the U.S. Rabin is viewed as a liberal peacemaker but Palestinians remember him for his brutal rule'
From Rabin's Assassination to Eichmann Trial: Thousands of Files Missing From Israel's State Archive
Loss of the files, which include documents relating to major events in the country’s history was revealed in response to a freedom of information request
Analysis Netanyahu Has Been Leading a Cold Civil War for Years. Now It's Threatening to Burst Into Flames
As it was before Rabin's 1995 assassination, so it is now: Netanyahu is convinced that he's the victim. He accused Rabin of incitement, and now he believes the 'deep state' hunters are out for his blood
Thousands of protesters thronged the square on Sunday evening, standing at the requisite six feet from one another but showcasing the square at its best
If Israel adopts the Trump plan, it will trigger a right-wing messianic ideology that will spark chaos – declares Carmi Gillon, who asserts Jewish terrorists are no longer on the margins
Larisa Trembovler-Amir won’t say if her husband, Yigal Amir, knows about the newly registered party, which is called Mishpatei Tzedek, 'fair trials' in Hebrew