Israeli society, from the creation of the state until today, is full of disputes and conflicts And that’s OK.
You know what? Not only is it OK, but these disputes are an inseparable part of the secret of the success
that is the State of Israel.
Our greatest challenge is not to blur the disputes but rather to manage them.
To give them a place. To truly listen. To discuss them openly and respectfully.

We don’t have to agree with one another.
But we must agree on the borders of the discussion and the democratic rules of the game
and do everything to eradicate violence.
This is the legacy of Yitzhak Rabin.
It is the most important lesson that we can learn from his assassination and the task championed by the Yitzhak Rabin Center
Let’s talk.

"Violence is eroding the foundation of Israeli democracy."

The last speech of Yitzhak Rabin r.i.p