Leaving the Land The Promised Podcast

Part 2 | Should we lament the 'abandonment' of Israel's agriculture industry?

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Oren Sabah, cucumber farmer from Moshav Ahituv.
Oren Sabah, cucumber farmer from Moshav Ahituv. Credit: Rotem Maimon
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Noah, Don, and Haaretz columnist and ubermensch Bradley Burston ask whether or not it’s time to stick a fork in the old Zionist dream of Jews returning to the land and making it bloom. Should we lament the “abandonment” of the agriculture industry?

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