On November 4, 1995, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated.
Israel's first Israeli born prime minister, Rabin was killed by a Jewish terrorist.
TheRebel.media traveled to Rabin Square in Tel Aviv to ask Israelis about his legacy.
One describes the assassination as "a psychological bomb."
Another remembered Rabin's "message of peace and kindness."
Many argue that Rabin made the wrong decision when he signed the Oslo Accord.
However, I see Rabin as a leader who was ready and willing to give up land in exchange for a true peace.
(Cameraman: Lior Cohen)
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