Arutz Sheva marks Rabin killing with conspiracy contest

The right-wing Hebrew-language Arutz Sheva website on Monday launched a competition to mark the anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin's 1995 assassination.
The contest promised to publish the "most interesting" theories that contradicted the official version of the killing.
Those who enter the competition have the opportunity to send in their conspiracy theories online in 9,000 characters or less.
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