The rally, staged by Israeli youth groups, drew a peaceful crowd that listened to a roster of speakers and entertainers, the Jerusalem Post reported.
Rabin was shot to death Nov. 4, 1995, by a radical right-wing Israeli gunman.
The National Union of Israeli Students said earlier in the week it was taking part in the rally out of concern for the friction between longtime residents and a growing immigrant population.
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