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Remote kibbutz sees return of bad times

Collective farm enjoyed peace with neighbors

By Charles A. Radin and Rafael Frankel
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / July 24, 2006

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MISGAV AM, Israel -- In 1980, five members of the Palestine Liberation Organization seized the nursery buildings of this kibbutz near the far northern tip of Israel, where infants and toddlers were sleeping. An infant, a kibbutznik, and a soldier were killed. Four small children and 11 soldiers were wounded before the attackers were killed. (Full article: 1004 words)

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