|born on||1 March 1922 at 16:17 (= 4:17 PM )|
|Place||Jerusalem, Israel, 31n46, 35e14|
|Timezone||EET h2e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||10°14' 10°41 Asc. 24°17'|
Israeli military man and politician; served as the Israeli army Chief of Staff 1963-68; Ambassador to Washington 1969-'72; and Prime Minister 1974-'77, filling the vacuum of Golda Meir's resignation. Primarily in political exile for the next 15 years, from 1984-'90 he was defense minister in the Labor-Likud coalition government until re-elected P.M. in 1992.
In 1993, his handshake with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat shook the world and marked a major turning point for peace in the Middle East. He later shared in the Nobel Peace Prize for his part in signing the accord which became the blueprint for Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and West Bank.
Coldly analytical, a stubborn pragmatic, he was known as tactless, blunt and cutting. Most of his first 45 years were spent in the military, in the underground from 1941. He was a Brigade commander by 1948 and Chief of Staff in the Six-Day War of 1967. He had trouble shaking the stigma of that time with allegations that he had a drinking problem and a nervous breakdown just before the Six-Day War. He said that his collapse was from exhaustion.
On the night of 11/04/1995, he spoke at a rally in Tel Aviv. At 9:40 PM, a right-wing Israeli, Yigal Amir, 27, fired three bullets at close range as Rabin was about to get into his limo. The car raced to the hospital. At 11:05 PM, Israel radio reported his condition as very serious and five minutes later, he died on the operating table.
- associate relationship with Peres, Shimon (born 16 August 1923). Notes: Shared Nobel Peace Prize, 1994
- homicide victim relationship with Amir, Yigal (born 23 May 1970)
- compare to chart of Historic:First frontier Israel-Jordan (born 8 August 1994)
- Work : New Job 1948 (Brigade commander)
- Work : New Job 1963 (Israeli Army Chief of Staff)
- Work : New Career 1969 (Ambassador to U.S.)
- Work : Gain social status 1974 (Prime Minister of Israel)
- Work : New Job 1984 (Defense Minister)
- Work : Gain social status 1992 (Re-elected Prime Minister of Israel)
- Work : Great Achievement 1993 (Middle East peace plan)
- Crime : Assault/ Battery Victimization 4 November 1995 at 9:40 PM in Tel Aviv, Israel (Shot by assassin)
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- Death by Homicide 4 November 1995 at 11:10 PM in Tel Aviv (Wounds from shooting, age 73)
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Noel Tyl quotes Maurice Fernandez, an Israeli astrologer, "from a compendium of birth data."
Starkman add (April 2013):Birth time unknown. Rabin was asked several times, including by an astrologer who worked in his office in 70s, for his birth time but he honestly claimed that he have no idea about his birth time. Starkman rectified it to 14.17 EET, first published in Israeli magazine in 1982 and in Marr/Starkman's book "Astrologeres, Kings etc part II", 1995.
- Traits : Personality : Aggressive/ brash (Blunt)
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Abuse Alcohol
- Passions : Criminal Victim : Homicide victim (Assassinated)
- Vocation : Military : Military career (Israeli Army Chief of Staff)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (PM of Israel X2)
- Notable : Awards : Nobel prize (Peace)
- Notable : Famous : Historic figure