It is hard to imagine the Israeli landscape without sabra cactus bushes. And for many people, the thought of spending summertime in Israel without the prickly, sweet sabra fruit is tantamount to catastrophic. However, an invasive biological pest is now threatening the future of the plant that has become a symbol of modern Israel, for Jews and Arabs alike.
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