|Founded by||Tunisian immigrants|
The village is named after "Azrikam, a descendant of Zerubbabel". (1 Chronicles 3:23)
The moshav was established in 1950 on the lands of the depopulated Palestinian village of Batnia by Jewish immigrants from Tunisia, and was initially named Batnia B. In the first few years, the moshav's residents lived in tents without electricity, water or gas.
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