The Sounds of the Moshav

Jewish Immigrants From Kurdistan Settle in The Taanakh Region

2 Minutes, 1972
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Directed by: Yaackov Hameiri
Production:Amram Klain
Photographer: Moshe Laron
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

An excerpt from a film produced by the Moshavim Movement as part of the jubilee celebrations of the Moshavim Movement in 1971, fifty years after the first moshav Nahalal was established in Eretz Israel. The film presents interviews with residents of moshavim from around the country, the veterans recall the early days of founding settlements before the establishment of Israel, and the younger generation depicts the routine life in the moshav. In the following clip, the siblings Nuri and Leah Levy recall the story of their integration in Moshav Prazon in the Taanakh region, after immigrating to Israel from Kurdistan, and how they settled in the area and chose agricultural life (direction and script: Yaakov Hameiri, cinematography: Moshe Laron).

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