first moshav, founded in the jezreel valley in 1920.
Nahalal was a unique form of agricultural settlement in Palestine; called a moshav, it was based on cooperatively owned land, individual family farms, and homesteads with family labor—but mutual aid and a cooperative framework for purchasing and marketing. The majority of Nahalal's founders had been members of a kibbutz (an agricultural collective), who disagreed with the arrangements made for family life, child care, and education. They wished to preserve the integrity of the nuclear family within a cooperative community. The parents of Israeli soldier and statesman Moshe Dayan—who were among the founders of the first kibbutz, Degania—also helped establish Nahalal.
see also kibbutz; moshav.
Weintraub, D.; Lissak, M.; and Azmon, Y. Moshava, Kibbutz, and Moshav: Patterns of Jewish Rural Settlement and Development in Palestine. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1969.
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Nahalal, Nahallah (both: nā´həlăl) or Nahalol (–lŏl), in the Bible, city in N ancient Palestine, part of the inheritance of the children of Zebulon.
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