This Arab-Israeli farmer works on a kibbutz and volunteers to help fight arson terror from Gaza, showing that coexistence is indeed possible.
Sharif Alkarnawi, an Arab-Israeli farmer from the Bedouin village of Rahat in southern Israel, has been working for many years in the fields of Kfar Aza, a kibbutz adjacent to the Gaza Strip.
For more than a year, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists have been sending incendiary kites and balloons across the border into Israel, causing massive agricultural damage. They have also destroyed nature reserves and wildlife.
In this video, Alkarnawi, dubbed the “angel of agriculture in Kfar Aza,” describes the challenges and the danger involved, but he’s not deterred. He also discusses the excellent relationship he shares with the Jewish Israelis on the kibbutz.
PLANT FRUIT TREES IN ISRAEL BEFORE SABBATICAL BEGINS!
TIME RUNNING OUT to make the Land even more fruitful while helping Israeli farmers offset financial losses from Covid, Hamas arson fires and the upcoming Sabbatical year.
“…the seventh year shall be a complete rest for the Land…”
“…I will ordain My blessing for you…” (Leviticus 25:4,21)