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In his life and in his death Yitzhak Rabin was hero He showed courage and devotion towards the state of Israel and its people He took a stand against violence and tried to unite people in peace His entire life was dedicated to establishing peace He started as a gruff soldier and somehow transferred into the dove he used to scorn Clyde Haberman A101 We should not let the land flowing with milk and honey become the land flowing with blood and tears Yitzhak Rabin Rabin was born in Jerusalem on March 1 1922 His father Nehemieh had immigrated to Israel from the United States and in World War 1 served as a volunteer in the Jewish Legion His mother Rosa was one of the first members of the Haganah Rabin completed grade school in Tel-Aviv and then attended the Kedoorie Agricultual college in lower Galilee After completing school he volunteered for the Palmach where he began his military career The Palmach is a secret commando unit of the Haganah the major underground Jewish militia He served in the Palmach and the Israel Defence Forces IDF for 27 years In 1949 he became a member of the Isreli delegation for the first negotiations with Egypt In 1962 he was appointed Chief of the General Staff and was soon promoted to Lieutenant General He developed the IDF fighting doctine from the 1967 Six-Day War On January 1st 1968 he retired from service in the IDF A few months later he was appointed Isreli Ambassador to the United States During his years of service he connected ties between the two states He played a huge role in promoting strategic cooperation with the United States Netking staff 1 In Spring 1973 Rabin returned to Israel and became very active in the Labor Party In the December 1973 elections he was elected to the Knesset and when Golda Meir formed her government in April 1974 he was appointed
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