Yitzhak Rabin was Israel’s fifth prime minister and the country’s first sabra leader. In many ways, Rabin’s life has been overshadowed by his death but there’s so much more to him than the tragic way he died.
Revered by some, despised by others, Rabin was a man of contradictions and paradoxes – and he left behind a complicated legacy in his pursuit of peace.
A giant on the public stage, Rabin was plagued by doubts and anxiety in private. A fighter and veteran of wars, Rabin gave his life for his country – a country divided by his actions.
Join us as we look past Yitzchak Rabin’s assassination and try to understand one of Israel’s most famous leaders.