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  Kibbutz Tirat Zvi
Kibbutz Tirat Zvi was established in 1937 and is situated in the fertile Beit Shean valley close to the Sea of Galilee.
  Kibbutz Lavi
Kibbutz Lavi was founded in 1949 by members of British Bnei Akiva. It is situated in the area allocated to the tribe of Naphtali in the Eastern Galilee on slopes which lead to the Sea of Galilee - Lake Kinneret. It is 313 metres above sea level and is a ten minute drive from the neighbouring city of Tiberias.
  Kibbutz Saad
Kibbutz Sa'ad was established on June 30th, 1947 by a group of true pioneers whose dream was to start a kibbutz which would embody values of Torah and work (Torah Va'Avodah). Through hard work, dedication and futuristic vision these founders turned the dream into reality: Kibbutz Sa'ad is now a blooming, prosperous community in the Northern Negev region just south of Ashkelon.
  Kibbutz Ein Hanatziv
Ein Hanatziv was settled by European immigrants in the Jordan valley in 1946. Today it has a population of some 300 members; some of its families span 4 generations.
  Kibbutz Alumim
Kibbutz Alumim was established in 1966, by graduates of the Bnei Akiva youth movement, and is a member of the Religious Kibbutz Movement (HaKibbutz HaDati).
  Kibbutz Shluhot
Kibbutz Shluchot is set at the foothills of the Gilboa mountains. Founded in 1948, the kibbutz is home to more than 250 members and their children. Its communal economy is based on agriculture, dairy and poultry farms, fisheries and small factories. Surrounded by date and citrus fruit orchards, fish ponds, and fields, the beautifully landscaped kibbutz is one of 16 kibbutzim of the Religious Kibbutz Movement.
  Kibbutz Ein Tzurim
Ein Tzurim was founded in 1946, originally in the Etzion Bloc. It was evacuated from this site following the War of Independence. Today it is located near Kiryat Gat.
  Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu
Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu is situated in the fertile Beit Shean valley close to the Sea of Galilee. It is home to 300 members and an equal number of children, and combines an Orthodox Religious Jewish way of life with the principles of kibbutz life and a devotion to the land and people of Israel.

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