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For the former Israeli settlement in the Gaza Strip, see Netzer Hazani, Hof Aza.
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The village was established in 2010 near Yesodot by former settlers who had been removed from the Gaza Strip as a result of the disengagement plan, and was named after the former settlement of the same name. It was officially recognized in 2013.
- CBS, Statistical Abstract of Israel 2014 Central Bureau of Statistics