Rivlin at Rabin memorial rally: 'Rabin fell in the battle but we were all the target'

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October 31, 2015 20:47

 
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President Reuven Rivlin gave the opening address at a memorial rally on the 20th anniversary of the assassination of former prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, and stressed that Israel would not give in to fear in the face of violence and terrorism

"Rabin fell in the battle but we were all the target," Rivlin said.

The president said that Israel was still hopeful for the peace that Rabin sought after in his time.

“We all have joint dream, a joint Israeli hope. We may disagree on the path, but we dream of an Israel in which righteousness lights the way,” he said.

He not however, that: “We're still spending too much time talking about which side is right instead of listening to and understanding each other."

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