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Three and a half months after author Amos Oz passed away, there is still no tombstone on his grave in the cemetery at Kibbutz Hulda.
American heavyweights David Starr, Matt Sydal and Jay Lethal join Israeli upstarts for a rousing Passover Bash near Netanya
Bessie Diamond funded the Ein Gev kibbutz clinic back in 1969,. Now her granddaughter returns to plant a tree in front of the still-active facility.
It’s not surprising that so many Israelis, many former kibbutzniks, are helping define the sharing economy.
By SIVAN SHAMRI DAHAN
By DANIEL GORDIS
“Thank God it’s quiet right now – but this kind of silence make us very nervous,” he said as he pointed toward the lone kite in the air.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Security footage from Kibbutz Kissufim showed two figures standing on the roof as the fire began.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Lacking communication devices during the war, the Israeli forces relied on a clandestine network of 68 dovecots spread across the country, and ran 'pigeoneer' courses for soldiers.
A Harvard graduate gets a real education in Israel
By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
The kibbutz is still with us. But to survive, kibbutzim have had to compromise on ideals and, as always, foster a collaborative spirit.
By SARAH LEVI
The band of avocado robbers allegedly stole tons of avocados.
Twenty years ago, it would have been hard to believe that today almost every kibbutz in Israel would have a synagogue.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israel is the Jewish state, but it has its thieves and prostitutes, no different than the Netherlands, China or America.
By YAAKOV KATZ
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