Beka'ot (Hebrew: בְּקָעוֹת, lit. Valleys) is a moshav and Israeli settlement in the West Bank. Located in the Jordan Valley with an area of 1,800 dunams, it falls under the jurisdiction of Bik'at HaYarden Regional Council. In 2015 it had a population of 182.
The village was established in 1972, and was initially called Buka.
The Israel Defense Forces has a roadblock on the main highway leading to the moshav, known as the Beka'ot Checkpoint. It has been the scene of several fatal incidents; on 8 January 2011 a 20-year-old Palestinian man was shot dead while trying to throw a pipe bomb at soldiers. The previous week another Palestinian, aged 20, had been shot dead. On 26 June 2015 a 25-year-old armed Palestinian was shot dead, and on 9 January 2016 two Palestinian men, aged 23 and 38, were shot dead attempting to stab IDF soldiers.
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- Settlements Bik'at HaYarden Regional Council (Hebrew)
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- Beka'ot Bik'at HaYarden Regional Council (Hebrew)
- Troops Kill Palestinian Who Attacked Them at Checkpoint Ha'aretz, 9 January 2011
- Palestinian Killed After Opening Fire on Israeli Forces at West Bank Checkpoint Ha'aretz, 26 June 2015
- IDF troops seize weapons in West Bank, raid university Times of Israel, 11 January 2016
- Israeli Army Says Two Palestinians Killed After Attempted Stabbing Ha'aretz, 9 January 2016