Yitzhak rabin (hebrew: יצחק רבין , ipa: [jitsˈχak ʁaˈbin] ( listen) 1 march 1922 – 4 november 1995) was an israeli politician, statesman and general.
Yitzhak rabin: a biography is a 2004 two-part documentary film that tells the life story of the former israeli prime minister and nobel laureates, yitzhak rabin the documentary offers interviews with rabin's fellow politicians and family members.
On july 13, 1992, yitzhak rabin presented his government to the knesset “he was determined to put an end to what he saw as the mortgaging of israel’s resources and future to the settlement project in the west bank and gaza,” writes itamar rabinovich in a new biography. Yitzhak rabin, (born march 1, 1922, jerusalem—died november 4, 1995, tel aviv–yafo, israel), israeli statesman and soldier who, as prime minister of israel (1974–77 and 1992–95), led his country toward peace with its palestinian and arab neighbours.
1 biography of yitzhak rabin introduction when israelis voted the labor party into government in june 1992 with yitzhak rabin at its helm, they knew well what they were getting.
Future israeli prime minister yitzhak rabin was born on march 1, 1922, in jerusalem he had ambitions of becoming an agronomist and was a lauded student at kadourie agricultural school, but instead joined the palmach, a jewish underground commando unit, during world war ii.