My Right Word
04 November '10
In a New York Times op-ed, Bill Clinton praises Yitzhak Rabin and the Oslo process.
A decade and a half since his death, I continue to believe that, had he lived, within three years we would have had a comprehensive agreement between the Israelis and Palestinians.
Rabin's daughter, Dalia, was less sure:
Interviewed in the Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot on October 8, Dalia Rabin said, “Many people who were close to father told me that on the eve of the murder he considered stopping the Oslo process because of the terror that was running rampant in the streets and that Arafat wasn't delivering the goods. Father after all wasn't a blind man running forward without thought.
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