Including non-members, the kibbutz is home to 40 families.
When asked what went wrong, kibbutz members shrug and say: "The whole business was never properly thought out." Some say the various groups who came to strengthen the kibbutz were unable to get along with each other - for instance, the Turkish immigrants did not get along with the Poles.
Closing a trust after the grantor’s death is much like probating his will.
Provide them with a written, detailed summary of what you’re going to distribute to each of them to equal those percentages.
The tears also fall when he tells of how he received a medal of honor from the chief of staff in 1962 for plowing the fields at the foot of the Golan Heights in an armored tractor raked by Syrian machine-gun fire.
And he cries again as he tells of his four daughters, none of whom remained on the kibbutz.
"We were in a tough situation after the schism of the 1950s: Only 27 members remained. "But this time, I voted for liquidation, because I understood that we were left with nothing. I have to look out for myself and my family." Your comment was successfully submitted and will be published in accordance with site policy.
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But it was only a few weeks ago that the kibbutz administrators - only three of whom are members - persuaded the general assembly to pass the decision that eventually resulted in the November 8 cabinet resolution.