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Political leadership comes at great costs and personal sacrifice as provided in The night in question (Glass, Updike & Ephron, 2015). It is the work of a small team of reporters making an attempt to qualify the events that led to the untimely death of an Israeli prime minister. Yitzhak Rabin was an Israeli political leader who sought to resolve conflict between the Palestinian communities within Jerusalem and the Israeli people. However, he was shot dead by an Israeli assassin who quickly confessed that he was against the peace settlement deal with the Palestinian people. The authors point out that the killing of the Israeli PM transformed the perception of the country with regard to their relations with the immediate neighbors in favor of those who wished to keep the land hived off from Palestinian territories (Glass, Updike & Ephron, 2015). Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination was carefully planned to progress the political agenda of opponents of the peace deal with the Palestinians.
Looking at The night in question relative to the Fidel’s Cuba: A revolution in pictures, it is evident that there are diverse sources of information that play a role in enabling people in the present age to decipher subtle realities of the times (Glass, Updike & Ephron, 2015; Salas, Osvaldo & Salas, Roberto,1999). Photographs tell a story in a very intimate manner. For instance, it is possible for one to gain more information about the events captured in an imaged relative to the messages another viewer attains from the same photograph. As provided in the narrative on the assassination of the Israeli Prime Minister, political intrigues of the time are very similar to those witnessed in other parts of the world as certain individuals and groups seek to gain and hold on to power.
Glass, I., Updike, N. & Ephron, D. (2015). The night in question. This American Life. Retrieved from https://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/570/the-night-in-question
Salas, Osvaldo & Salas, Roberto. (1999). Fidel’s Cuba: A revolution in pictures. New York: NY. Thunder’s Mouth Press.