More than 4,500 residents of kibbutzim and moshavim in southern Israel have asked the kibbutz movement to fund a vacation day in central and northern Israel for residents of the missile-weary farming communities.
More than 50 kibbutzim said they would be willing to host the kibbutzniks.
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