Nice piece from the Times of Israel.
"But it was in the leftist Kibbutz that I discovered what really stands
at the core of our connection with Israel and the Jewish people. When
Uddi finished his presentation and we were getting ready to leave, one
of the rabbis thanked him."
“We admire your tenacity, standing here on
the edge of the country for all of us,” he said. The Rabbi had looked to
find value in the other, despite the clear ideological divisions. He
was looking to find the unique good in each person."