Brukhin (Hebrew: ברוכין), commonly known as Bruchin is an Israeli outpost, the largest of such communities, located in the West Bank's Samarian mountains about thirty km east of Tel Aviv along the Trans-Samaria Highway near the Palestinian town Bruqin and between the Ariel settlement and Rosh Ha'ayin. It was founded in 1998 on non-private state land as a trailer neighbourhood,and developed by Amishai Shav-Tal in October 2000, within the municipal territory of the Shomron Regional Council. According to the Sasson Report, the Brukhin outpost is an unauthorized Israeli settlement. The report also said that $785,000 was spent on Brukhin's infrastructure and public buildings. Construction in the village is frozen by an order from the Israeli High Court.
Over 101 Orthodox Jewish families are living in Brukhin.
The international community considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal under international law, but the Israeli government disputes this.