PM Rabin killing ‘written on wall’, filmmaker Gitai says

VENICE – Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai says his film "Rabin: The Last Day", screened at the Venice Film Festival on Monday, won’t end conspiracy theories about the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995

But it does show, he says, that there was a right-wing hate campaign against the late war hero and former general.

Rabin was excoriated by critics on the right for signing the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords that recognized the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and ceded limited control of parts of the West Bank and Gaza.


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