Israelis mark 13th anniversary of Rabin killing

November 4, 2008 10:40


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Israelis are marking the 13th anniversary of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's death at the hands of an assassin opposed to his peace policies. Government officials are set to attend a ceremony at Rabin's grave in Jerusalem later Tuesday. Other events are planned elsewhere in the country. A memorial rally will be held November 8 at the Tel Aviv square where Rabin was gunned down after a peace rally. It was renamed Rabin Square in his honor. Yigal Amir shot Rabin three times on November 4, 1995. Amir wanted to stop the peace process Rabin initiated with the Palestinians.

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