Al-Hamishmar

   Israeli daily newspaper founded in Tel Aviv on 30 July 1943 as the organ of the socialist Zionist Hashomer Hatzair faction within the Histadrut and of the Mapam Party (following the merger of Hashomer Hatzair and Ahdut Haavoda early in 1948). Its literary supplement, edited for many years by Abraham David (Avraham) Shlonsky, became an important vehicle of artistic and political expression for young Israeli writers emerging from left-wing secular kibbutzim.

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