An old yeshiva is planning new facilities and the chief architect invited me to join the team. The place is a religious kibutz founded in 1927 that has been converted into a downtown religious school. The project is financed by foreign donors: every building and every water fountain carries the name of the donor. The school houses 700 students, both sexes, most they live in. Many are Ethiopians and Orientals, but not only. A school like this provides jobs - low paying jobs - to a hundred religious families: teachers, administration, maintainance.