As southern Israel continues to sort through the destruction of a Hamas assault, Israeli President Isaac Herzog inaugurated the opening of the Be’eri printing factory—the nation’s oldest printing house—in a move symbolic of the kibbutz’s determination to rebuild.
“We need Christian kibbutz. We can have communities,” West said.
Israeli photojournalist, Micha Bar Am has covered just about every aspect of life in Israel over the past 70 years through an array of images.
Just when it seemed reality TV couldn’t get any wackier, a new show will follow British volunteers living on Israeli kibbutzim and experiencing the unique brand of Israeli socialism that built the country!
All of the canceled Breaking the Silence events were initially planned to be held in public buildings.
What is it really like on Israel’s blooming desert kibbutzim, collaborative communities which produce food, goods, wine, crops and more for the rest of the country and the entire world? Take a look!
Evacuees from the Gaza settlement of Gush Katif tell the story of how they transformed a completely secular kibbutz into a religious community of Torah and prayer by establishing a synagogue.
Seven years ago, a male date palm sprouted from one of those ancient seeds, leaving many in awe of what was thought to be a botanically impossible feat.
A Jewish former professor at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom refused to help a 13-year-old Israeli student from a kibbutz with a school assignment.
One challenge faced by eggplant lovers is removing the seeds which add bitterness to the fruit. Enter the Ein Yahav farmers and seedless eggplant.