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  1. Shalom, Friend: The Life and Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin
  2. The Rabin Memoirs, Expanded Edition with Recent Speeches, New Photographs, and an Afterword by Yitzhak Rabin, 1996-11-17
  3. Yitzhak Rabin: From Soldier to Peacemaker by Libby Hughes, 2005-04-22
  4. Yitzhak Rabin: The Battle for Peace by Linda Benedikt, 2005-12-29
  5. Rabin: Our Life, His Legacy by Leah Rabin, 1997-03-31
  6. Yitzhak Rabin: Soldier of Peace by The Jerusalem Report Staff, 1996-03-11
  7. Murder in the Name of God: The Plot to Kill Yitzhak Rabin by Michael Karpin, Ina Friedman, 1998-11-04
  8. Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin? 2nd Ed. by Barry Chamish, 2000-10-01
  9. Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin (Hebrew Edition) by Barry Chamish, 1999-04-01
  10. Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance: Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
  11. IN THE NAME OF SORROW AND HOPE Yitzhak Rabin's Granddaughter Writes about Her Grandfather, Her Country and the Quest for Peace by Noa Ben Artzi-Pelossof, 1996-01-01
  12. Yitzhak Rabin by Michael Kort, 1996-09-01
  13. Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin? (Updated English Version) by Barry Chamish, 2000
  14. Yitzhak Rabin

1. Yitzhak Rabin - Biography
Biographical Information from the nobel eMuseum.Category Regional Middle East Prime Ministers rabin, yitzhak...... Expanded edition, 1994. Includes nobel lecture and other speeches. Other Sources.Horovitz, David, ed. Shalom, Friend. The Life and Legacy of yitzhak rabin.
Yitzhak Rabin was born in Jerusalem in 1922; he studied at the Kadoorie Agricultural College where he graduated with distinction.
His military career began in 1940 when he joined the "Palmach", the elite unit of the Haganah. During the War of Independence (1948-1949), he commanded the Harel Brigade, deployed on the Jerusalem front. For the next 20 years, he served with the IDF as O.C. Northern Command (1956-1959); as Chief of Operations and Deputy Chief of Staff (1959-1964) and as Chief of Staff (1964-1968), commanding the IDF during the Six-Day War.
On January 1, 1968, he retired from military service and shortly afterwards was appointed ambassador to the United States. During his years as ambassador in Washington, he promoted and consolidated the ties between the two countries.
In the spring of 1973, Rabin returned to Israel and became active in the Labour Party. He was elected Member of the Knesset in December 1973 and when Golda Meir formed her government in April 1974, was appointed Minister of Labour.
On June 2, 1974, the Knesset expressed confidence in a new government headed by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

2. Peace 1994
The nobel Peace Prize 1994. for their efforts to create peace inthe Middle East . Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, yitzhak rabin. 1/3of
The Nobel Peace Prize 1994
"for their efforts to create peace in the Middle East" Yasser Arafat Shimon Peres Yitzhak Rabin 1/3 of the prize 1/3 of the prize 1/3 of the prize Palestine Israel Israel Chairman of the Executive Committee of the PLO; President of the Palestinian National Authority Foreign Minister of Israel Prime Minister of Israel b. 1929 b. 1923 b. 1922
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3. Yitzhak Rabin Winner Of The 1994 Nobel Prize In Peace
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    for his efforts to create peace in the Middle East. Prime Minister of Israel.

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4. Index Of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PEACE PRIZE LAUREATES. Name, Year Awarded. Addams,Jane, 1931. Quidde, Ludwig, 1927. rabin, yitzhak, 1994. RamosHorta, Jose, 1996.
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5. CNN - Timeline Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin - Nov. 5, 1995
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A chronology of the life of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin:
November 5, 1995
Web posted at: 11:10 p.m. EST (0410 GMT)
Born Mar. 1 in Jerusalem to Russian-born parents.
While still in high school joins the Palmach, an underground commando unit led by Moshe Dayan, to fight British rule in Palestine.
Commands the Harel Brigades that defend Jerusalem during Israel's war of independence. Oversees the expulsion of 50,000 Palestinian men, women and children from coastal areas.
Rises to chief of staff.
Plans war which erupts June 6 and ends six days later, after Israel seizes West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan, Gaza Strip from Egypt, Golan Heights from Syria.
Leaves the military and is appointed ambassador to the United States, a post he holds until 1973.
Ruling Labor Party names Rabin, a political novice, to succeed Prime Minister Golda Meir, who is forced to step down after 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Plays host to then-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger who conducts shuttle diplomacy for interim peace agreement between Egypt and Israel.
Authorizes June 27 raid in Entebbe, Uganda, where Israeli commandos rescue more than 100 Israelis from plane hijacked by Palestinians.

6. Rabin, Yitzhak
nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech Remarks by Prime Minister yitzhak Rabinon receiving the nobel Prize for Peace in Oslo, December 10, 1994.
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Guide picks The former Prime Minister's biography, speeches, photos and the story of his assassination are reported on these sites.
Who Shot Yitzhak Rabin?

From your About Guide, was it a clear cut assassination? With consipracy theories unabated, Rabin's family calls for a new investigation. Commemorative Rabin Stamp
Issued by the Israel Postal Authority on December 5, 1995, the stamp bears the official portait of the late Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, with the flag of Israel in the background. Commission of Inquiry This is a summary of the report of the Commission of Inquiry into the murder of the late Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, as presented on March 28, 1996. Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech Remarks by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on receiving the Nobel Prize for Peace in Oslo, December 10, 1994. From the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

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President Bill Clinton looks on as yitzhak rabin, left, shakes Liberation Organization(PLO) chairman Yasir Arafat, rabin received the nobel Prize for
Rabin, Yitzhak
U.S. President Bill Clinton looks on as Yitzhak Rabin, left, shakes hands with Yasir Arafat after signing the Israel-PLO accords in September 1993 [Video] (b. March 1, 1922, Jerusalem, Palestine [now in Israel]d. Nov. 4, 1995, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel), Israeli statesman and soldier who, as prime minister of Israel (1974-77, 1992-95), led his country toward peace with its Palestinian and Arab neighbours. He was chief of staff of Israel's armed forces during the Six-Day War (June 1967). Along with Shimon Peres , his foreign minister, and Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) chairman Yasir Arafat , Rabin received the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1994. Rabin graduated from Kadourie Agricultural School in Kfar Tabor and in 1941 joined the Palmach, the Jewish Defense Forces' commando unit. He participated in actions against the Vichy French in Syria and Lebanon. During the Israeli war of independence (1948), he directed the defense of Jerusalem and also fought the Egyptians in the Negev. He graduated (1953) from the British staff college, became chief of staff in January 1964, and conceived the strategies of swift mobilization of reserves and destruction of enemy aircraft on the ground that proved decisive in Israel's victory in the Six-Day War. In 1968, on retirement from the army, Rabin became his country's ambassador to the United States, where he forged a close relationship with U.S. leaders and procured advanced American weapons systems for Israel. He drew fire from Israeli hard-liners because he advocated withdrawal from Arab territories occupied in the 1967 war as part of a general Middle East peace settlement.

8. Nobel Prize Winners For Peace
1994, {ayn} Arafat, Yasir, Palestinian. Peres, Shimon, Israel. rabin, yitzhak,Israel. 1995, Pugwash Conferences, (founded 1957). Rotblat, Joseph, UK.
Year Article Country* Dunant, Henri Switzerland France Switzerland Gobat, Charles-Albert Switzerland Cremer, Sir Randal U.K. Institute of International Law (founded 1873) Suttner, Bertha, Freifrau von Austria-Hungary Roosevelt, Theodore U.S Moneta, Ernesto Teodoro Italy Renault, Louis France Arnoldson, Klas Pontus Sweden Bajer, Fredrik Denmark Belgium Estournelles de Constant, Paul-H.-B. d' France International Peace Bureau (founded 1891) Asser, Tobias Michael Carel The Netherlands Fried, Alfred Hermann Austria-Hungary Root, Elihu U.S. Lafontaine, Henri-Marie Belgium International Committee of the Red Cross (founded 1863) Wilson, Woodrow U.S. France Branting, Karl Hjalmar Sweden Lange, Christian Lous Norway Nansen, Fridtjof Norway Chamberlain, Sir Austen U.K. Dawes, Charles G. U.S. Briand, Aristide France Stresemann, Gustav Germany France Quidde, Ludwig Germany Kellogg, Frank B. U.S. Sweden Addams, Jane U.S. Butler, Nicholas Murray U.S. Angell, Sir Norman U.K. Henderson, Arthur U.K. Ossietzky, Carl von Germany Saavedra Lamas, Carlos Argentina Cecil (of Chelwood), Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Viscount

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    Prime Minister of Israel 1974-1977 and 1992-1995

    Yitzhak Rabin - IDF Chief of Staff, diplomat and the fifth Prime Minister of the State of Israel - was born in Jerusalem in 1922, the son of an ardently labor-Zionist family. Rabin completed his schooling at the Kadoorie Agricultural High School with distinction and then joined the Palmach - the elite strike force of the Haganah underground defense organization. He distinguished himself as a military leader early on, during his seven years of service in the Palmach. After the disbandment of this force with the establishment of the State of Israel, Rabin embarked on a military career in the IDF which spanned two decades. Rising to the rank of Major-General at the age of 32, Rabin established the IDF training doctrine and the leadership style which became known by the command "follow me." In 1962 he was appointed Chief of the General Staff and promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General. He developed the IDF fighting doctrine - based on movement and surprise - which was employed during the 1967 Six-Day War , when the achievement of air supremacy and massive deployment of armor led to the famous military victory. In January 1968, after 26 years in uniform, Rabin retired from the IDF.

    11. PM Rabin - Nobel Prize For Peace
    Remarks by Prime Minister yitzhak rabin on Receiving the nobel Prizefor Peace Oslo, December 10, 1994. Your Majesties, Esteemed

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    13. Yitzhak Rabin 1922-1995
    IsraelJordan Peace Treaty - Oct 26, 1994; Acceptance of nobel Peace Prize the followingpoem, shortly after the assassination of Prime Minister yitzhak rabin.

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    rabin, yitzhak , 1922–95, Israeli general and statesman, b rabin, along with Peresand PLO leader Yasir Arafat, received the nobel Peace Prize in 1994.

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    Newsletter You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia Rabin, Yitzhak E Pronunciation Key Rabin, Yitzhak Arab-Israeli War Meir 's cabinet as labor minister; after her resignation in May, Rabin succeeded her as prime minister. One of his most formidable challenges was the 1976 Entebbe raid, in which he authorized the operation of Israeli commandos in the rescue of more than 100 Jews held hostage there. Rabin resigned as prime minister in 1977 prior to Labor's loss at the polls. He was succeeded as party leader by Shimon Peres West Bank in the late 1980s in an effort to end the Arab uprising there (see Intifada ). Rabin ousted Peres as Labor party leader in 1992 and led Labor to victory in the national elections, becoming prime minister and defense minister. Rabin played a key role in peace negotiations between Israel and its Arab neighbors, and in 1993 he endorsed a historic peace agreement with the

    16. Rabin Nobel Prize From WUJS
    Remarks by Prime Minister yitzhak rabin on receiving the nobel Prizefor Peace in Oslo Your Majesties, esteemed Chairman and Members
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    Remarks by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on receiving the Nobel Prize for Peace in Oslo

    Your Majesties, esteemed Chairman and Members of the Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee, the honorable Prime Minister of Norway, my fellow Laureates, Chairman Arafat and the Foreign Minister of Israel Shimon Peres, distinguished guests. Since I don't believe that there was any precedent that one person got the Nobel Prize twice, allow me on this opportunity to attach to this prestigious award, a personal touch. At an age when most youngsters are struggling to unravel the secrets of mathematics and the mysteries of the Bible; at an age when first love blooms; at the tender age of sixteen, I was handed a rifle so that I could defend myself. That was not my dream. I wanted to be a water engineer. I studied in an agricultural school and I thought being a water engineer was an important profession in the parched Middle East. I still think so today. However, I was compelled to resort to the gun. I served in the military for decades. Under my responsibility, young men and women who wanted to live, wanted to love, went to their deaths instead. They fell in the defense of our lives.

    17. Rabin, Yitzhak. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
    2001. rabin, yitzhak. (y Bank. rabin, along with Peres and PLO leaderYasir Arafat, received the nobel Peace Prize in 1994. In
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    18. Rabin, Yitzhak (1922-1995)
    rabin, yitzhak (19221995). For his efforts to bring peace to the Middle East, rabinwas awarded the nobel Peace Prize together with Arafat and Peres in
    Rabin, Yitzhak (1922-1995)
    Military commander and fifth prime minister of Israel. Born in Jerusalem, Rabin joined the Palmah when it was founded in 1940 and participated in the Allied invasion of Syria in 1941. In 1944, as second in command of a Palmah battalion, he took part in underground actions against the British Mandatory regime and on June 29, 1946 "Black Saturday" he was arrested and imprisoned for six months. In 1947 he was appointed deputy commander of the Palmah. In 1948, during the War of Independence, he commanded the Harel Brigade, which was prominent in the fight for Jerusalem. Later that year he became deputy to Yigal Allon and he was a member of the Israel truce delegation to the Rhodes armistice talks. He was C.O. Northern Command 19561959, and was appointed deputy chief of staff in 1961. He became seventh chief of staff on January 1, 1964. During his term of duty, the Israel Defense Forces were victorious in the Six Day War of 1967. He retired from the army on January 1, 1968 to become Israel ambassador to the U.S., serving until 1973. Elected to Israeli parliament, the Knesset, at the end of 1973, he was then appointed as a cabinet minister. In May 1974, following the retirement of Prime Minister Golda Meir, he became prime minister of Israel and served until March 1977 when he resigned following the revelation of his wife Leah's illegal foreign bank accounts.

    19. Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995)
    1994 yitzhak rabin was also one of the three laureates awarded the highest accoladerecognized by the entire world the nobel Peace Prize, on 10 December 1994
    Rabin, Yitzhak (1922-1995) 1922: March. Yitzhak Rabin was born in Jerusalem. His father, Nehemiah, had immigrated to Israel from the United States, and served as a volunteer in the Jewish Legion in World War I. His mother, Rosa, was one of the first members of the Haganah. Yitzhak Rabin attended primary school in Tel Aviv, and the Kedourie Agricultural College in the lower Galilee, from which he graduated with distinction. After completing his studies, he served in the Palmach and - from: in the IDF for a total of 27 years, including as Chief of Staff from 1964-68, which was his position during the Six Day War [June 1967]. Rabin was a member of the Israeli delegation to the first negotiations with Egypt.
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    Member of the Palmach Operations Officer of the Palmach Commander of the Harel Brigade Commander, IDF Training Branch OC Northern Command IDF Deputy Chief of Staff IDF Chief of Staff Served as Israel's Ambassador to the US. He returned to Jerusalem and became active in the Labor Party. Yitzhak Rabin entered the Labor Party and the 8th Knesset.

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    Country: Israel. Cause: Peace agreement between Israel and Palestinians. Background: Britain gains control of Palestine following the First World War, promising the formation of a Jewish homeland that will not "prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities". As Jewish immigration to Palestine increases and conflict between the Arab and Jewish communities escalates the British determine to partition Palestine into Arab and Jewish states. Partition is ratified by the United Nations (UN). The state of Israel is declared on 14 May 1948. During the subsequent 'War of Independence' with the surrounding Arab states Israel occupies Arab land not included in the partition plan. Israel occupies further Arab territory in the war of 1967. Tensions between the Arabs and Israelis continue to rise, culminating in the 'Intifada' in 1987. The only solution is a peaceful settlement with the Palestinians. Mini biography: Born on 1 March 1922 in Jerusalem, Palestine (now in Israel).

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