|District||Judea and Samaria Area|
|Founded by||Immigrants from Yemen|
|Name meaning||New Gibeon|
Giv'on HaHadashah (Hebrew: גִּבְעוֹן הַחֲדָשָׁה, lit. New Gibeon) is an Israel settlement northwest of Jerusalem in the West Bank. Located near Ramot neighborhood of Jerusalem and is adjacent to Giv'at Ze'ev, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Binyamin Regional Council. In 2017 it had a population of 1,139.
Israel confiscated land from three nearby Palestinian villages in order to construct Giv'on HaHadasha:
- 186 dunams were taken from Biddu,
- 159 dunams were taken from Beit Ijza,
- 13 dunams were taken from Al Jib.
The settlement was originally established in 1895 by Yemenite Jews, but they left the location after a number of years. It was named after the biblical Gibeon, in Hebrew Giv'on (Joshua 10:10+12), situated nearby. The village was resettled in 1924, but its inhabitants fled as a result of the 1929 Palestine riots. It was resettled again in 1977 by members of Gush Emunim, and eventually absorbed many Jewish emigrants from the former Soviet Union, as well as many Sabras. Although it is mostly secular in character, it is also home to a few religiously observant families.
- "Localities File" (XLS). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. 2017. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
- "The Geneva Convention". BBC News. 10 December 2009. Retrieved 27 November 2010.
- Biddu Town Profile, ARIJ, 2012, p. 18
- Beit Ijza village profile, ARIJ, 2012, p. 16
- Al Jib Village Profile, ARIJ, 2012, p. 18
- Bitan, Hanna: 1948-1998: Fifty Years of 'Hityashvut': Atlas of Names of Settlements in Israel, Jerusalem 1999, Carta, p.15, ISBN 965-220-423-4 (Hebrew)