"Yes to Peace, No to Violence"

"Yes to Peace, No to Violence"

Visitors enter the “Kings of Israel" Square in support or opposition to the peace rally of November 4, 1995, the night Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated.  The short film concludes with the wail of sirens and images of the crowd, indicating the impending disaster. From the square, visitors begin along the downward spiral corridor with the biography of Yitzhak Rabin.



In each exhibit, there are two sub-narratives. The first presents the conflicts and dilemmas that divided Israeli society from its inception. These dilemmas are displayed on red steel triangles extending from the walls of each exhibit. The second are timelines of significant events in world history. These timelines give context to the events taking place locally and are found on the floor of the exhibits.