Jun 28 2011

Why ’secular’ kibbutzim are building own shuls

Published by Editor at 10:45 am under University in the Media

June 23, 2011  The Jewish Chronicle

“Kibbutzim used to be the symbol of secular Judaism, of creating a new type of Judaism that was not religious, but most of that has disappeared now,” said Shlomo Getz, head of the University of Haifa’s Institute for the Research of the Kibbutz and the Co-operative Idea.

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