The Road to Rabin Square
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(Mar 16, 2009)
On November 4th, 1995, after addressing a pro-peace rally in the center of Tel-Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated by a young Israeli, Yigal Amir, a law student and supporter of the extreme right. "The Road to Rabin Square" presents for the first time in television a detailed examination of the political provocative events that culminated in the PM's assassination. The documentary uncovers the orchestrated anti-Rabin incitement campaign, consisted of three institutionalized components - political, ideological and field-activity.
A Telephone interview with assassin to his prison sell - the first and only journalistic interview with the murderer since the assassination - as well as first-hand
interviews with his parents, Knesset members, nationalist and religious leaders, the late Prime Minister Rabin and his late wife Leah, demonstrate the volatile political climate that existed in the Israel between the signing of the First Oslo Accords in Washington, on September 1993, and the PM assassination.
In retrospect, viewing the documentary shows how religious-nationalist zealots in Israel had been shaping their country's political course by sabotaging the peace process that Rabin initiated.
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