|Founded by||Egyptian immigrants|
Kfar Aviv was founded in 1952 by the Jewish Agency and was intended to absorb immigrants from Egypt. Its original name was Kfar HaYeor (Hebrew: כפר היאור; lit. Village of the Nile). The name "Kfar Aviv" was given as a reference to the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt, which occurred in spring as recorded in the Torah (Exodus 34:18). As time passed, the village absorbed families from Poland.
The land area used for farming covers about 2,000 dunams. Most inhabitants of the village work elsewhere.
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- Mapa's concise gazetteer of Israel (in Hebrew). Yuval Elʻazari (ed.). Tel-Aviv: Mapa Publishing. 2005. p. 282. ISBN 965-7184-34-7.
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