"During the celebration, a former Meretz MK approached him..."
Sunday, November 9, 2008
We Didn't Murder Rabin!
I'm sick and tired of the perpetual mantra, "...the extremists in the settler movement who justify political murder." And when it comes out of the mouth of Nissan Slomiansky, an NRP Knesset Member, I'm less inclined to vote for any party list he's on.
Naively, I was hoping that this Jerusalem Post article, A lonely kippa backstage: Rabin Rally is too divisive, would be more balanced. Instead it was worse.
At least the article "admitted" that it was a "celebration," rather than a sad memorial.
The theme, as usual, is blame the settler, and make "peace" by giving the Arabs Judea and Samaria. This time, they (look at the signs) demanded that US President-Elect Obama use his influence to push an agreement through.
And just to remind you, that (even if you ignore all the questions re: the official account) Rabin was killed by a young man raised in Herzliya, an upperclass Tel Aviv suburb. And one should never forget that Rabin was the officer in charge of attacking/murdering innocent Jews on the Altalena. Let the Left do their "cheshbon nefesh," accounting of the soul, first. They must first attone not only for the Altalena attack, but also the sezon and other immoral acts over the decades against Jews who don't agree with their ideology.