Telem, Har Hebron
|District||Judea and Samaria Area|
|Affiliation||Mishkei Herut Beitar|
|Founded||31 January 1982|
Telem (Hebrew: תֶּלֶם) is a communal Israeli settlement in the West Bank. Located in the southern Judean Hills region, west of Kiryat Arba, it falls under the jurisdiction of Har Hevron Regional Council. In 2016 it had a population of 362.
The settlement was established on 31 January 1982 as a pioneering Nahal military outpost and demilitarized only a year later when turned over for residential purposes in the form of a non-religious cooperative village (Hebrew: מושב שיתופי, moshav shitufi) belonging to the Herut Betar movement. In 1995, with the assistance of the Amana settlement organization, houses were built.
In 2004, a group of about twenty religious families joined the village in order to strengthen and build a mixed community. In the centre of the village, a Beit Midrash was established and named the 'Netivot Dror Yeshiva' in memory of Dror Weinberg, an Israel Defense Forces army colonel who, as of 2007, was the highest ranking Israeli soldier to be killed during the Second Intifada.
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- Amana Settlement Movement
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