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In 1976 interview, Rabin likens settler ideologues to 'cancer,' warns of 'apartheid' | The Times of Israel

26.9.15

In 1976 interview, Rabin likens settler ideologues to 'cancer,' warns of 'apartheid' | The Times of Israel: The recording is being publicized for the first time in the documentary “Rabin: In His Own Words.” The film, timed to the 20th anniversary of Rabin’s November 1995 assassination by a Jewish extremist, traces Rabin’s life using original and sometimes never-before-seen footage. This ranges from a 1949 home movie by an American tourist showing Rabin as a young operations officer in the nascent IDF’s Southern Command, to the last days and hours of his eventful life, as the prime minister who launched the Oslo peace process with the Palestinians.


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