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Yitzhak Rabin

The assassination of Yitzhak Rabin in November 1995 marks a sad watershed in the history of the Middle East conflict. Yigal Amir, the right-wing Israeli student...

YITZHAK RABIN & YASSER ARAFAT

Tunis is quiet after midnight, when the phone rings. This is a Yasser Arafat tradition, summoning visitors at all hours to make their way through a gauntlet of...

YITZAK RABIN ON SHIMON PERES

What do I fear about Peres?" concerned about answering at all, Yitzhak Rabin mulled the question carefully. This was in the mid-1980s, and Rabin was hardly a...

Yitzhak Rabin: MAN OF ISRAEL

FOR ISRAELIS OF YITZHAK RABIN'S generation, perhaps the single most valued quality an individual can have is summed up by the word dugri. The concept is...

Requiem for a Middleweight

Like his friend Newt Gingrich, Benjamin Netanyahu was swept to power on a wave of conservative anger. And like Gingrich, his larger-than-life ego became a...

ISRAEL: THOU SHALT NOT KILL

And if anyone asks, "What are these wounds on your chest?," the answer will be, "The wounds I received in the house of my friends." --Zechariah 13:6 SHIR...

NO PEACE AT HOME

THE BLOOD OF MARTYRS HAS fertilized political and religious causes for thousands of years. So too in the case of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. His murder...

Hold The Euphoria

Arabs are ecstatic. Washington is pleased. Half, at least, of Israel is cheering. Compared with the alternative of a Shamir victory, Labor's electoral triumph is...

A MURDER FORESHADOWED

THOUGH THE ASSASSIN WHO KILLED YITZHAK RABIN was a stranger to me, I feel in some sense that I know him, know something of the ecstatic rage and false love that...

Bridging the Divide

Before hustling off to talk health care in Pennsylvania last Friday, Bill Clinton upstaged a previously scheduled press conference by his Secretary of State to...

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