Peace with the Palestinian Authority and even with Iran is to be made only by Israel and not by the Arabs and Persians, if one is believe the remarks by the grandson of Yitzchak Rabin Saturday night at an annual rally to mark the former Prime Minister‘s assassination in 1995.
Yonatan Ben-Artzi made absolutely no demands of Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas nor of the new Iranian regime but instead placed the task of making pace on the shoulders of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
“For the first time in years, a special opportunity has been put in your path, to take advantage of a unique situation in order to bring peace and solve both the Iranian and Palestinian conflicts at the same time. All of this with support and encouragement from the international community,” said Ben-Artzi.
The rally drew approximately 30,000 people and was held under the banner of “Remembering he murder, struggling for democracy.”
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