Beit Hazon

Beit Hazon
בֵּית חָזוֹן
Beit Hazon
Beit Hazon

Coordinates: 32°23′12.91″N 34°54′42.49″E / 32.3869194°N 34.9118028°E / 32.3869194; 34.9118028Coordinates: 32°23′12.91″N 34°54′42.49″E / 32.3869194°N 34.9118028°E / 32.3869194; 34.9118028

Council Hefer Valley
Region Coastal plain
Founded by American, English and South African immigrants

Beit Hazon (Hebrew: בֵּית חָזוֹן, lit. Hazon House) is a neighbourhood of Kfar Haroeh in central Israel. The neighbourhood is generally regarded to be a communal settlement, but is not recognised as a separate entity by the local authority, Hefer Valley Regional Council.

The neighbourhood was formed by a group of immigrants from England, South Africa and the United States. It was named after Avrohom Yeshaya Karelitz, who was also known as Hazon Ish.

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