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    • hal
    • 03.04.10 | 09:25 (IDT)

    Pesach holidays/vacations when half the country are on wheels driving North to visit the Upper Galilee countryside ---- who stops to think what life was like for the kibbutzim 50 years ago. The very same kibbutzim that kept the country together against Syrian aggressions /bombardments and physically with their families held the land for Israel. There was a lot more than barnyard smells and the ungrateful right -wing Likud in power, politicians glossed over the very History of Israel -instead of being recognised the Kibbutz Movement has been totally snubbed. Shame on modern Israel. HAL - KFAR-GILADI KFAR-BLUM KFAR-HANASSI DAN DAFNE MAYAN BARUCH YIRON BARAM SASSA MALKIA ETC ETC ETC

    from the article: 100 years on, the Kibbutz Movement is alive and kicking
    First published 02:34 01.04.10 | Last updated 11:38 01.04.10
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