But Rabin built settlements—and settlements have wrecked their two-state vision.
Rabin had little regard for the Palestinians, or for the Arab rulers he saw as using them as disposable puppets.
Rabin refrained from entering into a public relationship with the organization.
When Yigal Amir shot and killed Yitzhak Rabin, he did so in the insane belief that Rabin had betrayed a Jewish birthright.
But a decade later, as prime minister of Israel from 1974-1977, Rabin had misgivings.
If we close our eyes really tight, we can almost hear rightists whispering, "Rabin is a traitor."
When Rabin returned as prime minister in 1992, he was a man in a hurry.
The year after that speech, Netanyahu compared Rabin to Neville Chamberlain for signing the Oslo accords.
And so, despite his great reservations about Yasser Arafat, Rabin felt compelled to try to make an agreement with him.
Only within the year, have papers come into the hands of her great-grandchildren, which prove her surname to have been Rabin.