|Founded by||HaNoar HaTzioni|
|Name meaning||Natan Memorial|
Yad Natan (Hebrew: יַד נָתָן, lit. Memorial for Natan) is a moshav in southern Israel in Hevel Lakhish, near the town of Kiryat Gat. It is part of the Lakhish Regional Council. In 2017 it had a population of 626.
The moshav was founded in 1953 by Jewish immigrants from the Hungarian youth movement HaNoar HaTzioni as part of the effort to settle the region. It was named after Ottó Komoly (also known as Natan Kohn), a leader of the Zionist movement in Hungary, who disappeared in Hungary in 1945 after being arrested by the Arrow Cross.
The moshav was built 800m south and 1 km north-east, respectively, of the sites of the Palestinian villages of Bayt 'Affa and Iraq Suwaydan, which were depopulated in 1948. It is on the land of Iraq Suwaydan.
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