|• ISO 259||ʔazor|
|• Type||Local council (from 1951)|
|• Head of Municipality||Arie Pechter|
|• Total||2,415 dunams (2.415 km2 or 597 acres)|
Azor (Hebrew: אָזוֹר) (also Azur) is a small town (local council) in the Tel Aviv District of Israel, on the old Jaffa-Jerusalem road southeast of Tel Aviv. Established in 1948, Azor was granted local council status in 1951. It was named for the ancient city of Azur (lit. mighty, heroic), preserved in the name of the Arab village of Yazur. In 2012, it had a population of 11,701 and a jurisdiction of 2,415 dunams (~2.4 km²).
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- "Local Authorities in Israel 2005, Publication #1295 - Municipality Profiles - Azor" (in Hebrew). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 2008-04-17.
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- Don't mess around with me, Haaretz