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Birth of Yitzhak Rabin

March 1, 1922

Career in IDF

1941 - 1967

Rose to the rank of Chief of Staff

Assasination of Yitzhak Rabin

November 4, 1995 21:30 - November 4, 1995 22:10

Assasin: Yigal Amir (Right wing extremist)
Motive: Opposed Rabin's alliances with Hamas and the Oslo Accords

Achievments

Graduated Kadoori Agricultural High School

1940

Graduated with Distiction

Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

1994 - 1995

For his part in the Oslo Accords

Awarded Ronald Reagan Freedom Award

1994

For “monumental and lasting contributions to the cause of freedom worldwide”

Postings within Israeli Government

First Term as Israeli Prime Minister

3 June 1974 - 22 April 1977

Preceded by: Golda Meir
Succeeded by: Menachem Begin

Second Term as Israeli Prime Minister

13 July 1992 - 4 November 1995

Preceded by: Yitzhak Shamir
Succeeded by: Shimon Peres

Events happening at the time

Israel-Syria Disengagement of Forces agreement

1974

IDF completes its withdrawal from the "Syrian bulge" in the framework of the Israel-Syria Disengagement of Forces agreement

Signing of Oslo Accords

13 September 1993