The Foundation for Constitutional Democracy


The “I’s” Of Yitzhak Rabin

Filed under: Politicians — eidelberg @ 5:46 am Edit This

Prefatory statement, November 11, 2003: Because it is inappropriate to disparage a dead person, the article below would not be republished were it not for the Left’s shameless exploitation of Yitzhak Rabin’s tragic assassination. Exalting the name of the slain prime minister as a means of demonizing the religious and nationalist camp is not only immoral; it also harms Israel’s reputation—already sullied—among the nations. Although Mr. Rabin had serious character flaws and must be held largely responsible for Oslo and its toll in Jewish blood, the shedding of his own blood was a heinous crime, and we shudder that such a crime was committed by a Jew. But now there has been so much left-wing falsehood regarding Yitzhak Rabin and so much left-wing slander of those who opposed Oslo, that we must set the record straight about this tragic prime minister.

August 1994

In a clinical analysis of Yitzhak Rabin published in the March 1994 issue of Nativ: A Journal of Politics and the Arts, psychologist Netta Kohn Dor-Shav revealed certain pathonomic signs in Rabin’s character. (more…)