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|Founded by||Immigrants from Marrakesh, Morocco|
|Name meaning||Named after Deborah|
The village was founded in 1956 by immigrants from Morocco as part of a program to populate the Ta'anakh region. The name "Dvora" was inspired by the prophet Devorah (Deborah) (Judges 4:4), who defeated Sisera in the Book of Judges.
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