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Like his checkered headress, the man bore a checkered past to say the least. The key now will be Israel's ability to identify and negotiate with moderate Palestinian leaders, if there are any. This is truly a crucial hour for Israel, the peace process, and the region as a whole.

Posted by abe at November 11, 2004 01:34 AM

Well said, but I have to believe that Rabin's death warranted more news coverage since A) he was assassinated, so his death was not expected for weeks in advance, and B) Arafat was a terrorist scumbag masquerading as a world leader, not an actual head of state.
As a side note, Arafat's obituary on NYTimes.com is by far the longest article I've ever read on that website (having not read the website for its 9/11 coverage - preferring to read the paper version - I can't be 100 percent sure its the longest article in the site's history). At 8 pages, it seems that the obituarist (is that even a word?) has been writing this continually wihtout editing for the past 10 years.

Posted by Dan at November 11, 2004 10:15 AM

Finally! "I plan to attend them all, clad in an IDF T-shirt". If i was in the States right now, i would do the same... let me know how that goes.

Posted by Funnya at November 11, 2004 11:58 AM

Finally, the first article I wrote for Freedom Magazine in my freshman year has come to fruition!

Posted by Jabbett at November 15, 2004 04:16 PM
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