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Rightist Israeli politicians and angry members of the public lashed out at President Reuven Rivlin Monday over his refusal to pardon a soldier jailed for shooting dead a prone Palestinian attacker.Lawmaker Oren Hazan, also of the Likud Party, called on Rivlin to resign, and said that the power to grant pardons should be transferred to Parliament.The kaffiyeh image used against Rabin was a reference to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, who made the scarf his trademark, and was meant to imply that Rabin was betraying the Jewish state.Opposition head Isaac Herzog of the Labor Party posted Rivlin's doctored image next to that of slain Labor leader Rabin.
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