Kfar Glikson

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Kfar Glikson
כְּפַר גְּלִיקְסוֹן
Kfar Glikson is located in Israel
Kfar Glikson
Kfar Glikson
Coordinates: 32°30′18.72″N 35°0′19.44″E / 32.5052000°N 35.0054000°E / 32.5052000; 35.0054000Coordinates: 32°30′18.72″N 35°0′19.44″E / 32.5052000°N 35.0054000°E / 32.5052000; 35.0054000
Council Menashe
Region Coastal plain
Affiliation HaOved HaTzioni
Founded 23 May 1939
Founded by Romanian Jews
Name meaning (Moshe) Glickson Village

Kfar Glikson (Hebrew: כְּפַר גְּלִיקְסוֹן, lit. Glickson Village) is a kibbutz in northern Israel. Located near Binyamina and Pardes Hana-Karkur, it falls under the jurisdiction of Menashe Regional Council. In 2006 it had a population of 269.

The village was established on 23 May 1939 by immigrants from Romania as a tower and stockade settlement. It was named after Moshe Gluecksohn, the editor of Haaretz between 1922 and 1937.