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Yitzhak Rabin - An Israeli Hero In his life and in his death Rabin was hero Throughout his life and deeds he showed courage determination morality and devotion to the Israeli people and country If we went over his life stages we would see that him being a symbol was not for nothing In every stage we can see an act or a deed of heroism Rabin was one of the first people who had joined the Palmach which was established in 1940 By doing this he showed the spirit of volunteering and his contributing to others and to the country Soon he became a successful commander of the Harel corps where he led the battles for freeing Jerusalem in 1948 In these tough and hard fighting he played a major role and led to victory Although many of his friends where killed he has not lost hope and joined the teams who talked about the firebreak agreements Later on he wrote about those days I felt in my heart a deep feeling of moral responsibility towards the warriors whom by their courage blocked with their bodies the enemy from coming Rabin who risked his life in the battles has never thought about himself but on the people who fought beside him He then made a personal swear to devote his life to ensure that Israel would never be caught unprepared to foreign aggressiveness The service in the Israeli Defense Forces is one of the most important values in the Israeli culture Rabin is a model for many people who served and are still serving in the army After the Independence war he stayed in the army for many more years and promoted to the head of the Operations Department and to the Chief of Staff second in command In those years he has made a huge contribution for shaping the army structure training methods and relationships with other armies After that
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