The Zionist Conspiracy
Monday, May 12, 2003
Murder of Rabin
Unfortunately, the necessary lessons from the murder of Prime Minister Rabin have still not been grasped by some (not all) people opposed to his political decisions.
Rabin was Chief of Staff of the Six Day Year and devoted his entire adult life to Israel. His murder was comparable to, and probably worse then, the murder of Gedaliah, for which observant Jews still fast the day after Rosh Hashanah. While criticism of his political decisions and statements are absolutely legitimate, expressions of personal disdain toward Rabin because of the failed Oslo process are a continuation of the self-inflicted wounds suffered by Jews since the sale of Yosef by his brothers.
These wounds would be damaging enough if Israel was secure. With Israel forced to fight for its existence, the polarization that they cause is a major asset for Israel's enemies.