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Hevel Modi'in Regional Council

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Hevel Modi'in Regional Council

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Hevel Modi'in Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית חבל מודיעין‎, Mo'atza Azorit Hevel Modi'in, lit. Modi'in Region Regional Council) is a regional council in central Israel. It was founded in 1950 and covers an area from Petah Tikva to Modi'in.

The council borders

The head rabbi of the regional council is Rabbi Eliav Meir who is also the head rabbi of Gimzo.

List of settlements

The council covers a kibbutz, 19 moshavim, three communal settlements and a youth village.



Communal settlements

Youth villages

External links

  • Council website (Hebrew)


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