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Sderot

Written by on December 25, 2017
Sderot

The Western Negev is made up of seven regional councils, with a total of around 76,000 residents. Sderot, one of the central communities in the area, is home to approximately 25,000 people. This small city is made up of a diverse and unique community. The vibrant Reut Sderot Garin Torani (religious, Torah-oriented community), is comprised of nearly 600 families, […]

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Mitzpe Ramon

Written by on October 20, 2013
Mitzpe Ramon

Mitzpe Ramon is a unique town due to its stunningly beautiful surroundings, perched on a cliff above the Makhtesh Ramon Crater (a World Heritage Site). The town has a population of approximately 5,500 residents, with a mix of veteran locals, artists who moved from the center of country, Hesder Yeshiva families and a small but […]

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Yerucham

Written by on June 4, 2013
Yerucham

Deep in the heart of Israel’s sunny Negev, located between Lake Yerucham and Israel’s Great Crater, sits the peaceful town of Yerucham. Yerucham is proud of its growing recognition as a center for education in the Negev. Yeruham was established in 1951. Until the 1990s, the majority of its residents came from North African communities, […]

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Ofakim

Written by on June 4, 2013
Ofakim

Founded with 50 families from North Africa in 1955, this city is expected to grow to 65,000 residents within the next 10 years. Aided by Project Alpha to expand the population as well as land development, this community is quickly becoming the center spot of the area. The government has shown a clear interest in […]

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Netivot

Written by on June 4, 2013
Netivot

This city has the charm of being a small remote town, yet its proximity to the center of the country makes it a prime location. Netivot is a city with a very mixed population, where each group works at finding the balance of respect for the other, while maintaining a lifestyle that is meaningful to them. A […]

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Arad

Written by on May 30, 2013
Arad

Arad borders on the Judean Desert and the Negev. It is 48 km East of Be’er Sheva and 24 km west of the Dead Sea. The city was founded in 1962 as the first planned city in the State of Israel, and it offers its residents a high quality of life and a vibrant, lively […]

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