|Founded by||Yemenite immigrants|
Hadid was a city of the tribe of Benjamin in Biblical times. In the Hellenistic era it was known as 'Adida. Hadid was founded in 1949 as a kibbutz by Yemenite Jewish immigrants, later joined by immigrants from Romania. In 1950, it was reorganized as a moshav affiliated with the Hapoel HaMizrachi movement. The site was about 2km west of the former Palestinian village site and on the land of al-Haditha and the archaeological tel of ancient Hadid (Adida).
In 2008, an archaeological excavation was conducted by Hagit Torgë at Tel Hadid which yielded scant remains and a building from the Iron Age and the early Persian period.
- "List of localities, in Alphabetical order" (PDF). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved August 26, 2018.
- Ezra 2,33; Nehemiah 11,34
- Carta's Official Guide to Israel and Complete Gazetteer to all Sites in the Holy Land. (3rd edition 1993) Jerusalem, Carta, p.179, ISBN 965-220-186-3.
- Hadid website
- Carta's Official Guide to Israel and Complete Gazetteer to all Sites in the Holy Land
- The Mishnah, (ed.) Herbert Danby, Arakhin 9:6 (p. 553 - note 13)
- IAA Report: Tel Hadid