Yesterday marked the 15th anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin’s assasination.
As happens every year, the Left marked the day by talking about Rabin’s wonderful legacy of peace and how if he had been alive there would be peace today.
Everyone forgets to mention that when he was killed Rabin was reconsidering the entire Oslo process due to the massive increase in terror that Israel suffered after bringing the PLO to the outskirts of Jerusalem.
Every year we remember Rabin, and every year the Left conveniently forgets the real toll of the peace process – more than 1,500 Israelis murdered by Palestinian terrorists who use the Left’s obsession with peace as a means of continuing their war of annihilaton against us.
This week Latma, the Hebrew-language satirical website I edit decided that the time has come to give voice to the victims. And so we present to you “Song to a Dream” by the Victims of Peace Band.
May their memory be a blessing and may G-d avenge their blood.
Here is this week’s entire episode.
And here is a separate clip of our take on UNESCO’s assertion that Rachel’s tomb is a mosque.
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