Editorial: Rabin's children

Twenty-five years ago this week, on Nov. 4, 1995, a right-wing extremist squeezed the trigger of a Beretta pistol and twice shot Israel’s prime minister, a war general turned practitioner of peace who had signed the 1993 Oslo Accords and Israel’s peace treaty with Jordan in 1994.Yigal Amir’s name lives in infamy. Yitzhak Rabin’s name continues to guide those who, despite extremists inside and outside Israel — some who want to purge Palestinians from every plot of land on what they call Judea and Samaria, some who want to extinguish Israel as the world’s only Jewish state — rightly see two coex…

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