Lilach Rosenberg-Friedman

Lilach Rosenberg-Friedman received her Ph.D. at Bar Ilan University, where she lectures in the department of Erez Israel studies and archaeology, specializing in the modern period, women and gender in the history of the Yishuv and research on religious Zionism. Her book Rebels against Their Will: Women and Gender during the Yishuv Period (Hebrew) was published in 2005.

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Religious Zionist Movements in Palestine

Within the Yishuv society of pre-state Israel, there developed a unique sector with a complex ideology: a religious Zionist society that included two main movements—Mizrachi (1902) and Ha-Po’el ha-Mizrachi (1922).

Kibbutz Ha-Dati Movement (1929-1948)

Agricultural settlements based on the collective principles of the A voluntary collective community, mainly agricultural, in which there is no private wealth and which is responsible for all the needs of its members and their families.kibbutz were among the outstanding enterprises of the Zionist movement. While agricultural settlement was an important value in religious Zionism as well, those members of the religious Zionist movement who joined collective settlements constituted a unique group.

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