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Alonei HaBashan (Hebrew: אַלּוֹנֵי הַבָּשָׁן) is an Israeli settlement, moshav shitufi, located in the eastern Golan Heights, under the administration of Israel. It falls under the municipal jurisdiction of the Golan Regional Council. In 2015 it had a population of 368.
Alonei HaBashan was established in 1981. The name, literally "Oaks of Bashan", is taken from the Bible (Isaiah 2:13). "Bashan" is a Biblical name for the Golan Heights.
In November 2012, three mortars fired from Syrian-controlled territory landed near Alonei Bashan. Two exploded in open areas and one fell outside a house but did not explode. In February 2013, a Syrian tank shell landed in the village. Sappers who dismantled it believe it may have been a stray round fired in the course of the Syrian Civil War.
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- second time in a week, stray Syrian bullets hit IDF border post
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