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Hagai Amir


Rabin aide: Hagai Amir should have left prison in casket

“Such a man should have remained in prison until the end of his days,” Shimon Sheves, a former aide to Yitzhak Rabin, said Friday in response the release of Hagai Amir, the brother of the late prime minister’s assassin.

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Rabin Squre


Rabin memorial rally won’t be held this year

The Yitzhak Rabin Center has decided against holding its annual November 4 rally in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square on the anniversary of his assassination for the first time in 16 years, the late prime minister’s daughter, Dalia, announced Monday.

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A letter to Yitzhak Rabin

It’s a little odd to write you a letter, Yitzhak. When did I ever write you a letter? If I was truly emotional, as is the case now, I would just open your door and pour my heart out to you. As if you were an elder brother or a dear father.

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Shimon Sheves


Shimon Sheves: The Israeli Middle Class Protests Must End With New Political Ruling Party

Shimon Sheves: The Israeli Middle Class Protests Must End With New Political Ruling Party. The protesters insist on a complete change in the national economic and political priorities. According to Shimon Sheves, Former Director General of the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office, the solution lies in the establishment of a new political party.

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Benjamin Netanyahu with Gideon Sa'ar.. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


Likud MK Sa’ar endorses annexing settlements

The effort by the settlement movement to persuade Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to annex Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria gained a boost on Wednesday when his former No. 2 in Likud, Gideon Sa’ar, endorsed the idea.

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Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, left, with United Nations secretary general Boutros Boutros-Ghali and Gad Yaacobi, right, Israel's UN ambassador on Friday, November12, 1993, at Yaacobi's residence in New York. Shimon Sheves, behind Yaacobi, the director of the Prime Minister's office, listens in. (AP Photo/David Karp)

20 years on, Rabin’s right-hand man regrets arguments won, and lost

LONDON – Shimon Sheves didn’t want Yitzhak Rabin to address what proved to be the fatal peace rally in Tel Aviv at which the prime minister was assassinated, 20 years ago

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20,000 register for Mevasseret homes lottery – Globes English

Registration for a buyer fixed price lottery indicates large-scale demand for discounted apartments in the government plan. As of now, five projects are open for registration: two in Mevasseret Zion, one in Jerusalem, one in Afula, and one in Rekhasim.

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Following Uproar, Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Organizers Tweak Ads to Include the Word ‘Murder’

Left-wing circles have criticized the organizers of the rally for ignoring the murder of Rabin and the incitement that led to it, as well as the absence of messages associated with the peace camp

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 Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Israeli leftists say Yitzhak Rabin commemoration ‘whitewashes’ his assassination

In the past, the annual Tel Aviv rally marking the anniversary of the political murder focused on denouncing racism and extremism. Speakers called for the government to finish what Rabin was killed for starting — a peace deal with the Palestinians.

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