On the Assassination of Prime Minister Rabin z"l
 I spoke last week in Teaneck, referring to the funeral of Sara in this week's parsha, Chayei Sara. Avraham spoke of "hesped" and of "bekhi" - of eulogy and weeping. Hesped relates to the past, to an assessment of the individual, his personality and his achievements; bekhi to the sorrow and the pain of the present. There, I tried to do both. Here, for people who are far more familiar with the facts, and where there are others, like Rav Amital, who knew the Prime Minister better, I will leave out the hesped and go straight to the bekhi.