Golan Regional Council

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Golan Regional Council, Katzrin

The Golan Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית גולן‎, Arabic: مجلس الجولان الإقليمي‎) is a regional council that supervises regional services to Israeli settlements located on the Golan Heights. It is made up of 19 moshavim and 10 kibbutzim, and other villages. The council headquarters are in Katzrin.

The current Head of Council is Eli Malka.

The Golan Heights were captured by Israel from Syria in the Six-Day War of 1967. They are internationally recognized as Syrian territory occupied by Israel, although Israel asserts it has a right to retain the area.[1][need quotation to verify]

Heads and deputy council[edit]


type name founded
kibbutz Ortal 1977
kibbutz El Rom 1971
kibbutz Afik 1972
kibbutz Geshur 1976
kibbutz Kfar Haruv 1974
kibbutz Mevo Hama 1968
kibbutz Metzar 1981
kibbutz Merom Golan 1967
kibbutz Natur 1980
kibbutz Ein Zivan 1968
moshav Avnei Eitan 1978
moshav Odem 1975
moshav Alonei HaBashan 1981
moshav Eliad 1968
moshav Aniam 1978
moshav Bnei Yehuda 1972
moshav Givat Yoav 1970
moshav Hispin 1978
moshav Yonatan 1978
moshav Kanaf 1991
moshav Ma'ale Gamla 1975
moshav Neot Golan 1968
moshav Nov 1974
moshav Neve Ativ 1968
moshav Nimrod 1982
moshav Kidmat Tzvi 1981
moshav Keshet 1974
moshav Ramot 1969
moshav Ramat Magshimim 1968
moshav Sha'al 1980
comm.settlmt. Had Nes 1989
comm.settlmt. Kela Alon 1991


  1. ^ Y.Z Blum "Secure Boundaries and Middle East Peace in the Light of International Law and Practice" (1971) pages 24–46

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Coordinates: 32°59′37.55″N 35°41′56.55″E / 32.9937639°N 35.6990417°E / 32.9937639; 35.6990417