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 Kiryat Anavim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kibbutz Kiryat Anavim (קרית ענבים) was the first kibbutz founded in the Judean Hills of Israel.
The land for Kiryat Anavim was purchased in 1914 by the Jewish National Fund from an Arab landowner who lived in the nearby village of Abu Ghosh.
Taking advantage of its splendid view, Kibbutz Kiryat Anavim is currently building a luxury hotel.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kibbutz_Kiryat_Anavim   (117 words)

  
 Kibbutz
Remembering her youth on a kibbutz by the Sea of Galilee, a woman remembered "Oh, how beautiful it was when we all took part in the discussions, [they were] nights of searching for one another-that is what I call those hallowed nights.
If one kibbutz member received a gift in services-like a visit to a relative who was a dentist or a trip abroad paid for by a parent-there were arguments at evening meetings about the propriety of accepting such a gift.
In a 1977 study, Fox compared the separation effects experienced by kibbutz children when removed from their mother, compared with removal from their metapelet (The care giver in an Israeli Kibbutzim is called a metapelet).
www.ufaqs.com /wiki/en/ki/Kibbutz.htm   (9036 words)

  
 Kibbutz - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Though the kibbutz movement never accounted for more than 7 % of the Israeli population, it did more to shape the image Israelis have of their country, and the image that foreigners have of Israel, than any other Israeli institution.
However, kibbutzim children shared high bonding with their parents as compared to those who were sent to boarding schools, because in a kibbutz a child spends three hours every day with his parents.
In another study by Scharf (2001) The group brought up in communal environment within a kibbutz showed less ability in coping with imagined situations of separation than those who were brought up with their families.
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 Kibbutz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also, kibbutzim are democratic, holding periodic elections for Kibbutz functions, being governed democratically and actively participating in national elections.
These interesting kibbutz techniques are controversial with or without these studies.
The Kibbutz: Awakening from Utopia Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, 2000, p.19.
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 Gems in Israel: Warriors' Final Resting Place
The cemetery at Kiryat Anavim is in a small Wadi near the kibbutz.
Beyond that and to the left of the main path are the rows of graves of soldiers from the Harel Brigade who fell in the battles for the roads to Jerusalem.
The fallen were buried in the cemetery at Kibbutz Kiryat Anavim, the oldest settlement in the area.
www.gemsinisrael.com /e_article000003343.htm   (912 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Kiryat Anavim": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Founded as a kibbutz in the 1920s, Kiryat Anavim had lit- tle land and virtually no water;...
Kiryat Anavim - Jerusalem, June 1985 and Rutherford Appleton report RAL-85-078 [36] MAC Collab., Fernandez E et al., Phys.
A small village was built there, known as Kiryat Anavim, `Vineyard City' (or `Raisin Town' as Hachette's guidebook called it).
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 Gems in Israel
One of the fighters, accompanying the convoys during that period, tells his personal story: There was a commotion in the yard of Kibbutz Hulda.
Many soldiers were trying to find a place on the trucks and their shouts filled the air.
Notre Dame Arche De’Alliance is in the village itself and the Zvi Monument, and the Military Cemetery at Kibbutz Kiryat Anavim are both only a short ride from the village center.
www.gemsinisrael.com /index000000786.htm   (661 words)

  
 Industry Kibbutzim Israel Middle East Regional
Find information about the Kibbutzim and their industries, a database of factories, and investments and business opportunities.
- Kibbutz Lavi's synagogue and sanctuary seating and furniture industry.
Sagiv produces a variety of valves and fittings, manual and motorized, for water, gas and other fluids.
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Regional/Middle_East/Israel/Kibbutzim/Industry   (498 words)

  
 Volunteers - Kibbutz Hotels Chain
If you would arrive for the reunion would you like to travel by yourself or as part of a group?
Please note that this form and the information contained herein are for the sole use of the Kibbutz Hotels Chain, for the purpose of organizing an ex-volunteers reunion.
Information contained within this form will not be passed on to any other party, for any reason whatsoever.
www.kibbutz.co.il /volunteers_form.htm   (218 words)

  
 Israeli Fire Destroys 40 Homes; Investigation
On Friday, September 6, 1996, a large fire broke out in the Jerusalem Corridor, affecting the Communities of Kiryat Anavim, Maale HaChamisha, Mevasseret Tzion and Har Hadar.
IDF helicopters were called in to assist in controlling the blaze, which was once again under-estimated by Israel's failing Fire Service.
Many kibbutz residents are evacuated to the guest house of Moshav Shoresh.
www.emergency.com /isrlfr-2.htm   (1940 words)

  
 Kiryat Anavim Kibbutz Hotel | Hotel Review | Jerusalem | Frommers.com
Bus: to Kiryat Anavim and Abu Ghosh from Central Bus Station
The rustic site, amid the Judean mountains, is lovely, although just beginning to recover from the great forest fire of 1995; there are nature trails and as an added extra, you get free admission to the kibbutz's 1960s Friday night dance.
Discounts are available on Kibbutz Hotel Package plans.
www.frommers.com /destinations/jerusalem/H30777.html   (278 words)

  
 Kibbutz information - Search.com
A kibbutz (Hebrew: קיבוץ; plural: kibbutzim: קיבוצים, "gathering" or "together") is an Israeli collective community.
The Biluim came to Eretz Yisrael with high hopes of success as a peasant class, but their enthusiasm was perhaps greater than their agricultural ability.
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