IS­RAEL PM DE­NIES IN­CITE­MENT CLAIMS

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TEL AVIV: Is­raeli Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Ne­tanyahu on Satur­day re­jected ac­cu­sa­tions that he had been in­volved in a cam­paign of in­cite­ment that pre­ceded the 1995 as­sas­si­na­tion of pre­mier Yitzhak Rabin. In a mes­sage on Face­book, Ne­tanyahu called Rabin’s killing on Nov 4 that year by Jewish ex­trem­ist Yi­gal Amir a “shock­ing po­lit­i­cal mur­der that all of us con­demn”. “Since the mur­der there have been con­tin­u­ous at­tempts to dis­tort the his­tor­i­cal truth and blame me for the in­cite­ment that pre­ceded the killing,” he wrote. – AFP

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