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Yavne'el

Yavne'el
  • יַבְנְאֵל
Hebrew transcription(s)
 • ISO 259 Yabnˀel
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Yavne'el is located in Israel
Yavne'el
Yavne'el
Coordinates:
District Northern
Founded 1901
Government
 • Type Local council (from 1951)
 • Head of Municipality Ronny Cohen
Area
 • Total 31,680 dunams (31.68 km2 or 12.23 sq mi)
Population (2008)[1]
 • Total 3,100

Yavne'el (Hebrew: יַבְנְאֵל) is a moshava and a local council in the North District of Israel. It is one of the oldest rural Jewish communities in the country.[2]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Breslov City 2
  • Notable residents 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Yavne'el in 1910

Yavne'el is named after a village in the tribe Naphtali (Jos 19:33), which is believed to have been located on the archaeological tel north of the moshava.

The village was established by the Jewish Colonization Association on lands bought by the Baron Rothschild, by villagers from Metula and from the Hauran region (Jewish settlers of the Hauran or "Horan" as it was called, had been evicted from there in 1898 by the Ottoman authorities).[3]

Located southwest of Galilee Squadron and the Golani Brigade.

Breslov City

In 1986, Rabbi

  • Nefesh B'Nefesh Community Guide for Yavnael, Israel
  • Official website of breslov community in yavne'el

External links

  1. ^
  2. ^ Tradition, Innovation, Conflict: Jewishness and Judaism in Contemporary Israel, ed. Zvi Sobel and Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
  3. ^
  4. ^ a b "Harav Eliezer Shlomo Shick, zt"l, of Yavne'el". Hamodia, Israel news, February 12, 2015, p. 9.
  5. ^ Tzoren, Moshe Michael. "Away From the Hustle and Bustle of the Big City: Investors from Israel and abroad are buying up large lots in Yavniel, a quiet village in the Galilee, with an eye on building hundreds of housing units for the chareidi public". Hamodia Israel news, 23 December 2010, pp. A26-A27. Retrieved 29 January 2011.

References

Notable residents

[4]

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