Yitzhak Rabin - translation to french
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Yitzhak Rabin - translation to french

Yitzak Rabin; Itzhak Rabin; Yitschak Rabin; Yitzakh Rabin; Yitzchak Rabin; Izhak Rabin; Rabbin; Yits'hak Rabin; Itzhack Rabin; יִצְחָק רַבִּין; Yizhak Rabin; Yitzhak Rabine; Yitzhaq Rabin; יצחק רבין; Jitzhak Rabin; Yitzhak Rabin Memorial; Prime Minister Rabin; Yitzhak rabin
  • Rabin delivering his speech at the 4 November 1995 rally, shortly before his assassination
  • Yitzhak Rabin, [[Bill Clinton]], and [[Yasser Arafat]] during the [[Oslo Accords]] on 13 September 1993
  • Rabin as Prime Minister with US President [[Jimmy Carter]] in 1977
  • Short video about Yitzhak Rabin from the [[Israeli News Company]]
  • Rabin shaking hands with new Russian immigrants on their flight to Israel in 1994
  • [[Bill Clinton]] watches Jordan's [[King Hussein]] (left) and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (right) sign the [[Israel–Jordan peace treaty]]
  • Rabin at home with his wife, grandson, daughter, then son-in-law, and two of his granddaughters in 1992.
  • (right to left) Yitzhak Rabin, Shimon Peres and Yasser Arafat receiving the Nobel Peace Prize following the Oslo Accords
  • Rabin shortly before joining the Palmach
  • Rabin as a baby with his mother
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  • The Israeli delegation to the [[1949 Armistice Agreements]] talks. Left to right: Commanders [[Yehoshafat Harkabi]], Aryeh Simon, [[Yigael Yadin]], and Yitzhak Rabin (1949)
  • Rabin with [[Richard Nixon]] in Tel Aviv, 22 June 1967
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  • Yitzhak Rabin, commander of the [[Harel Brigade]], c. 1948

Yitzhak Rabin         
Yitzhak Rabin (1922-95), Israeli military leader and former prime minister (assassinated in 1995 by Yigal Amir)
Rabin, family name; Yitzhak Rabin (1922-95), Israeli military leader and former prime minister (assassinated in 1995 by Yigal Amir)
Yitzhak Rabin (1922-95), Israeli military leader and former prime minister (assassinated in 1995 by Yigal Amir); Navon, Itzhak Navon (born 1921), 5th president of the State of Israel


·noun ·same·as Rabbi.


Yitzhak Rabin

Yitzhak Rabin (; Hebrew: יִצְחָק רַבִּין, IPA: [jitsˈχak ʁaˈbin] (listen); 1 March 1922 – 4 November 1995) was an Israeli politician, statesman and general. He was the fifth Prime Minister of Israel, serving two terms in office, 1974–77, and from 1992 until his assassination in 1995.

Rabin was born in Jerusalem to Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe and was raised in a Labor Zionist household. He learned agriculture in school and excelled as a student. He led a 27-year career as a soldier and ultimately attained the rank of Rav Aluf. As a teenager he joined the Palmach, the commando force of the Yishuv. He eventually rose through its ranks to become its chief of operations during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War. He joined the newly formed Israel Defense Forces in late 1948 and continued to rise as a promising officer. He helped shape the training doctrine of the IDF in the early 1950s, and led the IDF's Operations Directorate from 1959 to 1963. He was appointed Chief of the General Staff in 1964 and oversaw Israel's victory in the 1967 Six-Day War.

Rabin served as Israel's ambassador to the United States from 1968 to 1973, during a period of deepening U.S.–Israel ties. He was appointed Prime Minister of Israel in 1974 after the resignation of Golda Meir. In his first term, Rabin signed the Sinai Interim Agreement and ordered the Entebbe raid. He resigned in 1977 in the wake of a financial scandal. Rabin was Israel's minister of defense for much of the 1980s, including during the outbreak of the First Intifada.

In 1992, Rabin was re-elected as prime minister on a platform embracing the Israeli–Palestinian peace process. He signed several historic agreements with the Palestinian leadership as part of the Oslo Accords. In 1994, Rabin won the Nobel Peace Prize together with long-time political rival Shimon Peres and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Rabin also signed a peace treaty with Jordan in 1994. In November 1995, he was assassinated by an extremist named Yigal Amir, who opposed the terms of the Oslo Accords. Amir was convicted of Rabin's murder and sentenced to life imprisonment. Rabin was the first native-born prime minister of Israel and was the only prime minister to be assassinated and the second to die in office after Levi Eshkol. Rabin has become a symbol of the Israeli–Palestinian peace process.

Pronunciation examples for Yitzhak Rabin
1. It's actually from Yitzhak Rabin.
2. lecture given by Yitzhak Rabin.
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3. Yitzhak Rabin had been the highly decorated
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4. so when Yitzhak Rabin, for instance,
5. After all, it was Yitzhak Rabin himself who said,
Examples of use of Yitzhak Rabin
1. Au centre, Moshe Dayan et ŕ gauche, Yitzhak Rabin.
2. Au terme de leur mandat, ils deviennent souvent ministres, voire premier ministre comme ce fut le cas pour Yitzhak Rabin.
3. Rabin, pour mémoire • Commémoration officielle de l‘assassinat par un extrémiste juif du premier ministre israélien Yitzhak Rabin en novembre 1''5.
4. A Tel Aviv, colons et juifs ultranationalistes se sont massés place Rabin, du nom de l‘ancien Premier ministre assassiné Yitzhak Rabin.
5. Le Conseil des implantations de Judée–Samarie (Cisjordanie) et de Gaza compte rassembler plus de 100.000 personnes pour un meeting sur la place Yitzhak Rabin, devant la mairie.