Director of Ichilov Hospital Tells the Truth

This interview was shown one time on Israeli TV

 

here is the video in .wmv format

Here is the video on www.Flix.co.il (the Israel version of You Tube)
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TV interviewer: Doctor, Professor Gabi Barabash. Shalom to you. What can you tell us of the last moments of Yitzhak Rabin's life?

Doctor Barabash:
The last moment's of Yitzhak Rabin's life was before Yitzhak Rabin came to Ichilov Hospital. Yitzhak Rabin was unconscious, without a pulse, without blood pressure.

TV interviewer: If I can say correctly, Yitzhak Rabin came to Ichilov Hospital, Let's say, "not in life."

Doctor Barabash: "clinically dead" but after that by extraordinary means we were able, for a short time, to return Yitzhak Rabin the pulse and blood pressure but the wounds were too severe.

TV interviewer: What were Yitzhak Rabin's wounds?

Doctor Barabash: Yitzhak Rabin had one wound in the chest that was very severe that effected his spinal cord and the organs near the heart. The second wound that wounded the spleen. These are the two wounds. Yitzhak Rabin received during the hour or so that he was treated 21 servings of blood. This was not able to stabilize Yitzhak Rabin.

TV interviewer: Yitzhak Rabin, in fact, passed away from loss of blood because of the wound to the spleen?

Doctor Barabash: Yitzhak Rabin passed away from a multiple and complicated wounds that caused massive blood loss and that effected Yitzhak Rabin's spinal cord. This is called spinal shock.

TV interviewer: It was impossible to save Yitzhak Rabin, under any circumstances?

Doctor Barabash: To my regret, no. If he was 40 years younger then it would still be almost impossible.

TV interviewer:Professor Barabash: I can imagine that the staff at the hospital feel just like we feel here at the studio.


Doctor Barabash: We feared for a lot of things and thought about a lot of thing, But this we could not imagine.

TV interviewer: You are actually expressing the opinion of the entire Jewish nation...


Comments by David : Doctor Barabash was in the operating room during Yitzhak Rabin's one hour or so of treatment. According to Dr. Barabash, Yitzhak Rabin took a bullet to the chest and spleen (near the stomach). Just two bullets.

Doctor Efraim Sneh said three bullets. According to the Yitzhak Rabin murder video you can see that Yigal Amir shot at Yitzhak Rabin's back. The official Israeli government version of the murder Yitzhak Rabin was wounded by two bullets to the back.

There has been much good research on the medical records of Yitzak Rabin presented on my hebrew web site done by Natan Geffen, Dr. Hadar and Shachaf Pilovitch. All three researchers simply state that Yitzhak Rabin was shot in the spleen and chest (just like Barabash says). The third bullet that Dr. Efraim Sneh talks about was just put there after Yitzhak Rabin was already dead to match up with eyewitnesses who saw Yigal Amir point a gun at Yitzhak Rabin's back.

To cut to the chase, the Efraim Sneh and Dr. Barabash videos were shown only one time on Israeli TV and the videos are currently not mentioned on government controlled media outlets.

Moral of the story. Jews are really lousy at doing murders.


Here is just a sample of the medical records (this is in english) that caused Dr. Barabash to tell the truth the night of the murder. In english, the medical report says GSW (gun shot wound) to chest and abdoman. You can see the word spleen and spinal shock.

 

 


by David

Yigal  Amir reenactment with right armYigal Amir Yideot Acharonot famous photoYigal Amir again shoots with his right arm

 

Nov 4,  2005 in Israel's biggest paper, that famous picture of Yigal Amir shooting with left arm

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