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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Mazuz Denies Israeli Leftist Tenet

AG Mazuz denied one of the tenets of the Israeli Left:
Attorney-General Menachem Mazuz said on Wednesday that there was "no proof" that the killer of Yitzhak Rabin in 1995 was driven to commit the murder because of incitement against the prime minister, and that the death was a direct result of the failure of his security guards to protect him.
These are obvious and simple truths as far as I am concerned, but for the leftists this is the denial of an article of faith.

Update: Check out what Am Echad has to say about this.

Update: Also this at Israel Perspectives.

Update: Rabin lackey Eitan Haber has a hard time dealing with the truth.

2 comments:

amechad said...

While I am not going to disagree with the issue of incitement and basically agree with you on that point, Mazuz's logic is faulty. You can't simply say that Rabin's death was the fault of the security services failing to protect him (as much as that may have been an immediate factor) because the question is why was their a need to protect him from something. That is to say, the guards needed to stop a murderer but why was the murderer there in the first place and what drove the murderer to murder.

Cosmic X said...

Agreed.

Rabin's guards failed but the responsibility for the murderer resides with the murderer and the murderer alone.

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