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  • n. An early Jewish agricultural settlement in pre-Israeli Palestine


Hebrew מושבה‎. (Wiktionary)


  • 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.

    Rahel Bluwstein.

  • 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.

    Shulamit Goldstein.

  • Friday before shabbat is a 2 hour kabbalat shabbat singing session in the moshava, before shabbat starts.

    Revamping the Prototype / Busy Week


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