This video from Israel says about itself:
Over 35,000 progressive Israelis gathered in the capital Tel Aviv yesterday to mourn peace-seeking prime minister Yitzhak Rabin on the 18th anniversary of his assassination by a religious extremist: here.
Noam Sheizaf – +972 – I thank the Israeli Right, which continues to loathe Rabin and the yearly festival in his honor. By doing so, it reminds us that the prime minister’s assassination was a political act that took place in a political context, in a unique moment in history. If it were up to the pathetic leadership of the Labor Party or Yesh Atid’s Yair Lapid (can we even imagine any of them taking such a controversial and historic step?) — we would likely be under the impression that Rabin was murdered because he was chief of staff. Or because he smoked. Or because he had a bad temper and a limited vocabulary: here.
- Yitzhak Rabin memorial rally draws thousands (haaretz.com)
- ‘You owe us peace,’ Yitzhak Rabin’s grandson tells Netanyahu (timesofisrael.com)
- ‘You owe us peace,’ Rabin grandson says at rally marking assassination (jta.org)
- Thousands of Israelis Gather to Remember Slain Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (blackchristiannews.com)
- Israelis gather to remember slain Rabin (aljazeera.com)
- Rally in Israel to remember Rabin (skynews.com.au)
- Video: 18 Years Later, Israelis Remember Slain PM Rabin (jpupdates.com)