Kibbutz Yad HaShmona

About the Kibbutz

Yad HaShmona is is a small moshav shitufi in central Israel, located in the Judean Mountains near Jerusalem. It was founded in 1971 by a small group of Finnish Christians, and was named for eight Jewish refugees who were handed over, by the Finnish government, to the Nazis in 1942.

Population: approx. 20 families.

The community runs a guesthouse, convention center and banquet hall. A biblical village was inaugurated, and a Biblical garden planted on the hillside, which replicates agriculture in ancient times. Apart from tourism, the economy is based on carpentry.

The moshav is a home to Christians, and has become a center of Messianic Jews in Israel.

Kibbutz Yad HaShmona's website
Kibbutz Yad HaShmona on Wikipedia

Find your friends from Kibbutz Yad HaShmona

This is the place to write about yourself in order to find your old friends from this kibbutz: name, country, year of volunteering, anecdotes, perhaps some photos- anything is welcome!

Soon enough someone will pick it up from here, and before you know it, you'll find your old pals, or they'll find you.

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