Exodus - Book 2, Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapters 13-14 Summary

The 1920s are marked by the Third Aliyah's successful expansion and improvement of Jezreel, Sharon, Samaria and the Dead Sea. Kibbutzniks don blue uniforms and become obsessed with planting trees to ward off soil erosion. Kibbutzim absorb large numbers of people, but many object to their lack of personal freedom and property, so a less collectivized variant, the moshav, is formed, first tried in Nahal. Relations with the Arabs and British remain touchy, with sinister Haj Amin goading Muslim preachers to keep up their tirades. Isolated violence occurs, but there are no pogroms. Barak has become a respected senior statesman. One day in 1924, he finds Kammal waiting to talk about coexistence. Kammal laments that his fellow effendis exploit the Arabs and admires the Jews' bringing enlightenment to the region. He offers to sell Barak's longed for property at Huleh...

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