Israeli kibbutz cooperatives continue to thrive
During a recent trip, Mary discovered that an old way of life is still thriving along the Mediterranean Sea.
A "kibbutz," Hebrew for gathering or clustering, is a communal collective which is typically based on agriculture. "Kibbutzniks" began forming the communities in Israel as early as the 1920's, and the communities still thrive today.
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