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  • n. A member of a group of Jewish immigrants to Palestine after 1917 who worked in agriculture or forestry.


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  • Josh Frankel · January 17th, 2007 at 3:52 am umm why do people fall for the same tricks all the time, chalutz is obviously peretz & olmert’s scapegoat. he didn’t resign until he didn’t have a choice, or until, more than likely, he negotiated a good deal in exchange for resigning and taking the heat.

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