RAMALLAH, October 31 (JMCC) - Thousands of Israelis gathered in Tel Aviv
Saturday to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the death of prime minister Yitzhak Rabin.
The rally, held next to the spot where Yigal Amir shot Rabin dead with three bullets to the back on November 4, 1995, brought together Israelis from all walks of life, in particular from a wide range of leftwing activists representing political parties and activist groups like Breaking the Silence and the Geneva Initiative.Read
A number of musical artists performed at the rally, including Harel Skaat, Aviv Geffen, Yehuda Poliker, and Mosh Ben-Ari.
President Shimon Peres gave the keynote address, telling the crowd that while “Yitzhak's life was cut short, his legacy lives on,” adding that those who support finding a peaceful solution to the Middle East conflict “will win, because only peace can win.”
the story at the Jerusalem Post...