Yitzhak Rabin's granddaughter enters politics, runs for Zionist Congress

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
August 2, 2015 21:50

 
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Former prime minister Yitzhak Rabin's granddaughter, Noa Ben Artzi Rothman, announced Sunday that she will enter politics, running in Tuesday's race to be one of the Labor Party's delegates to the Zionist Congress in October.

Rothman, who first emerged on the public scene with her eulogy at her grandfather's funeral, is the daughter of former deputy defense minister and Labor MK Dalia Rabin. She will be among more than 150 candidates running to be among Labor's 70 delegates to the congress, which will  elect heads of Zionist Institutions.

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