Hanoar Hadati Haoved Vehalomed

   Literally, "Working and Studying Religious Youth"; an Israeli youth movement founded in 1952 by members of Bnei Akiva who recognized the need to provide a framework of education and social assistance for religious working youth in Israel. Members studied at vocational yeshivas and other religious vocational institutions. In addition, the movement provided assistance to alienated religious youth as well as training youth leaders in Israel's development towns.

Historical Dictionary of Israel. .

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