Kibbutz is a collective community of Israel, which is what we understand as a communist society. The earliest Israel founded Kibbutz to combine Zionism and communist ideology to build a utopian community.
There is no private property here. There is no wage for work in the community. It is free of charge, food, clothing and accommodation. However, due to the impact of the development of modern society, the number of people leaving Kibbutz has increased. Therefore, we can only seek change in the same way. In the past few decades, the community has also undergone privatization reforms and allowed everyone to go out to work.
Kibbutz's special location has caused it to be threatened by bilateral firepower. Jordan is on the opposite side. This is not a clean-up dispute. It has also kept the people here scared.
Therefore, they have air-raid shelters in the ground. They are special beds for children. Because they are communist, they advocate children with their parents, children are children, parents are parents, so every day. Parents are here to accompany these children.
Kibbutz is proud to say that more and more people are hoping to join their Kibbutz community because there is fresh air and a blue sky with a happy society. Living relationships, joining them has become the dream of many families.
This day is not only the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival, but also the Jewish Seven-Seven Festival, the national holiday. We are going to see a very exciting performance.
7:7 is the three pilgrimages of the Jews juxtaposed with the Passover and Sukkot. Because it is the day of the seven weeks after the Passover, it is called the Seventh and Seventh. This is an agricultural festival, because at the end of the wheat harvest, the first batch of cakes made from freshly harvested wheat is presented, so it is also called the harvest festival. It is now a Jewish day to commemorate the day when God granted the Ten Commandments of Moses on Mount Sinai. The
seventh is the Jewish saying that the Jews only recognize the legitimacy of the Old Testament. In chapter 34 of the Exodus in the Old Testament, there is a detailed account of it: Moses met God on Mount Sinai and conveyed to the people the ten commandments of God and various canon codes, which became the symbol of the birth of Judaism. . The Seventh and Seventh Days are the second day of the Passover, seven weeks, and the next day of the seventh week. The next day of the seven weeks is the 50th day, so it is also known as Pentecost. The Seventh and Seventh Days and the Christian Pentecost (the fiftyth day after Easter) will coincide every 19 years and become a day of celebration between Judaism and Christianity. It is also very magical.
The first destination is also Kibbutz, which seems to be more beautiful than it was yesterday. Just missing the sea view.
is a better condition of the kibbutz, the less the contradiction will be, the more you want to be kibbutz with poorer conditions, the more contradictions will be. In the problem, slowly improve, and later small items such as clothes are completely personal. Each family has its own cabinet, and the laundry union puts the clothes washed by each family into the grid. Children can also reunite with their parents for a period of time, and they can return to their homes when they don't need their parents to look after them.
With the development of society, Kibbutz has also changed more. Now everyone has a small amount of low wages and can be flexibly controlled in some ways. Although still living in a collective apartment, each family has its own suite, which is spacious and comfortable. Eating is also in the collective canteen, but after you have money in hand, you can make free choices. Clothes can also choose the color and style that they like, and some families also buy their own cars. Even some Kibbutians choose to work outside, and the income is partly paid to the kibbutz.
From Jerusalem to the Dead Sea, all the way from the city to the desert. Even some places are not born, the tour guides sell a pass, saying that we will witness the miracle. Because we are going to a kibbutz soon.
Kibbutz is a transliteration of Hebrew, translated into Chinese is the collective meaning, and its social form is very similar to the people's commune that proposed communism in the early days of China. Because of similar experiences, many Chinese people, especially those who are older than their parents, are curious about Kibbutz, which still exists in such an advanced pocket country as Israel.
There are big and small kibbutz, the big ones are more than 2,000 people, and the small ones are also 200 people, usually between 400-600 people. The number of two or three hundred, the earliest estates mainly engaged in the cultivation of agricultural products, occupy an important position in the agricultural cultivation of Israel, such as fruit cultivation, extraction of olive oil, wine making. Israel is a desert country. It is this kibbutz that turns the desert into an oasis. Israel's drip irrigation technology, which is at the forefront of the world, waters different plants and has been accurate to the number of drops per hour to ensure that every drop of water is not wasted.