NO PEACE AT HOME

AMID CHARGES OF A CONSPIRACY, SOME OF THE ANGRIER VOICES ARE HUSHED, BUT SERIOUS DIVISIONS REMAIN

THE BLOOD OF MARTYRS HAS fertilized political and religious causes for thousands of years. So too in the case of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. His murder by an anti-Arab Jewish fanatic gave immediate new life to the cause of peace with Israel's Palestinian and Arab neighbors that Rabin had determinedly pushed.

But for how long? And what happens when the horror and revulsion in Israel over the assassination ebb, as such tides of intense emotion inevitably do?

For the moment, that tide has drowned out the most vituperative antipeace zealots. Slogans denouncing Rabin, the Labor Party government and the peace...

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