In the kibbutz archive, the kibbutznik
is the archon, the Arab is the outsider, and the Moroccan Jew Abutbul is an outsider, too, but slightly less so.
In the small city of Sderot located at a spitting distance to Gaza, I visited a friend who is an urban kibbutznik
Critique: Golda Meir, born Golda Mabovitch, (May 3, 1898-December 8, 1978) was an Israeli teacher, kibbutznik
, politician and the fourth Prime Minister of Israel.
Another, Avital Geva, becomes a conceptual artist who eventually immerses himself in a project, a greenhouse, that is one part representation and one part exemplification of the kibbutznik
ethos--if that ethos were entirely an exercise in the art of living and not at all a practical component of state-building.
For the trained eye of a kibbutznik
, it was ideal for agricultural machinery.
Lapid is hailed as an Israeli everyman, albeit more sophisticated than those previous exemplars, the hoary-handed kibbutznik
or medalled military hero.
That was the end of Peres the kibbutznik
and the beginning birth of Peres the life-long politician.
We say Kabbalat Shabbat, then as we turn to face the back entrance to welcome the "bride" of Shabbat, the kibbutznik
guarding the door enters singing "bo'i chalah, "his rifle slung behind, his tallit billowing over it.
The young kibbutznik
understands their wariness of Christian culture and opposition to intermarriage but regards it as an unfortunate prejudice.
Many of the essays recollect his earlier years: his favorite food; his experience in ration-driven postwar Britain; his teenage years as a kibbutznik
in Israel; his time at university.
45) Nimtzowitz rhapsodized at length about how a real-life encounter with a handsome, educated kibbutznik
had inspired her composition, concluding that physical labor--combined with the joys of communal living and education--would yield a new society.
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