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- n. An early Jewish agricultural settlement in pre-Israeli Palestine
In the moshava of Rehovot, where they were taken in upon their arrival in Palestine, the two sisters regularly visited a kindergarten in order to learn Hebrew from the children.
In 1932 her parents moved to Pardess Hannah, where her mother opened two dental clinics, one in the moshava and one at home, while also driving on a donkey-drawn wagon to practice in the villages of Wadi Ara.
Friday before shabbat is a 2 hour kabbalat shabbat singing session in the moshava, before shabbat starts.
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