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Discharged Haredi Battalion Soldiers Take Up Farming

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Haredi Battalion veterans are planning to settle in agricultural communities in the coming months, and begin to engage in farming, according to Reshet Bet.

A group of 300 soldiers has already approached the haed of the assignments dept. at the Kibbutzim and Moshavim Movement (TKM) Joel Marshak.

Their first settlement will be in the village of Brosh in Jordan Valley. the vets will undergo a year and a half’s training in agricultural work and then join several more communities in the Jordan Valley and the Arava.

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One Response to “Discharged Haredi Battalion Soldiers Take Up Farming”

  1. Myriam Obadia says:

    Bless them, that's what's supposed to happen. Religious men coming to term with Am Israel's ownership of Eretz Israel through growing crops and settling the land. To my way of thinking, this too is Torah.

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