|• official||Ale Zahav|
|District||Judea and Samaria Area|
|Affiliation||Mishkei Herut Beitar|
|Name meaning||Golden leaves|
Alei Zahav (Hebrew: עֲלֵי זָהָב, lit. Golden Leaves) is an Israeli settlement organized as a community settlement located on the western edge of the northern West Bank, about 40 km east of Tel Aviv, and overlooking Israel's main Ben Gurion International Airport. The town, under the administrative municipal government of the Shomron Regional Council, is adjacent to Peduel and Beit Aryeh. In 2017 its population was 2,133.
Founded in 1983 on territory Israel state lands by non-Orthodox Jewish Israelis from the Beitar and Herut movements, the settlement is now home to about 120 families. The town is named after Aliza Begin, the wife of former Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin. The original name of the town had been Yoezer.
It is now expanding into a settlement called Leshem.
- Photo gallery at the Shomron Regional Council
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