1. Israel needs REAL investigation of Rabin's murder
We should have had a real investigation of the Rabin murder 22 years ago. Instead we had a sham investigation, with strong "get the right" political overtones, which blamed a lone rightist assassin. There are literally hundreds of serious inconsistencies with the lone rightist assassin theory. The inconsistencies need to be cleared up. It is crucial to get to the truth, even at this very late stage.
2. Israel needs a REAL investigation of Rabin murder
Israel should have had a real investigation of the Rabin murder 22 years ago. Instead we got a politically motivated "get the right" sham. There are literally hundreds of serious inconsistencies with the lone rightist theory, which must be cleared up. The need for a real investigation hasn't passed with time. It is still urgently needed to "heal the widening fracture", as Rivlin puts it.
Rabin was against the "Two State Solution" he called it the "The Three State Solution". In an Interview Rabin gave to the Belgian TV he said: "The so-called PLO will never be part for negotiations. It does not mean that Israel does not see that there is a Palestinian issue. We believe that the Palestinian issue can and should be solved in a context of peace that will be negotiated between Israel and Jordan. With Jordan we have got borders, south of the Death Sea till the Golf of Aqaba, north of the West Bank along the Beit Shean and the Jordan Valley. Therefore, in a solution, a peace solution between Jordan and Israel, I believe that the Palestinian issue can be solved in a way that the Palestinians will find their right to express their special identity, but, it will never be through the so-called PLO or through a third independent state. Because a third independent state between Jordan and Israel cannot solve the Palestinian issue and will serve as a time bomb against Jordan as well as against Israel". So did Rabin sign the Oslo accords with conviction? Not at all, he was pushed in his back. His daughter Dalia told "Yediot Aharonot" on October 1, 2010, that "many people who were close to father told me that on the eve of the murder he considered stopping the Oslo process because of the terror that was running rampant in the streets, and because he felt that Yasser Arafat was not delivering on his promises". So the question is: was Rabin murdered because he was Pro-Oslo, or was he murdered because he was going to call-off the Oslo-Process?