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Nov, Golan Heights

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Nov
נוֹב
Nov
Nov
Coordinates: 32°49′57″N 35°46′59.15″E / 32.83250°N 35.7830972°E / 32.83250; 35.7830972Coordinates: 32°49′57″N 35°46′59.15″E / 32.83250°N 35.7830972°E / 32.83250; 35.7830972
DistrictNorthern
CouncilGolan
RegionGolan Heights
AffiliationHapoel HaMizrachi
Founded1974
Population
 (2019)[1]
965

Nov (Hebrew: נוֹב‎) is an Israeli settlement and religious moshav in the southern Golan Heights, under the administration of Israel. Located to the east of the Sea of Galilee, it falls under the municipal jurisdiction of Golan Regional Council. In 2019 it had a population of 965.[1]

The international community considers Israeli settlements in the Golan Heights illegal under international law, but the Israeli and American governments dispute this.[2]

History

The settlement was established in 1974 on the site of the farm Mazraat Nab that had about 330 inhabitants before it was depopulated in 1967.[3] It was named after a village on the site mentioned in the Jerusalem Talmud.[4] The site is mentioned in the 3rd century Mosaic of Rehob.[5]

Notable residents

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Population in the Localities 2019" (XLS). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 16 August 2020.
  2. ^ "The Geneva Convention". BBC. 10 December 2009.
  3. ^ Yigal Kipnis (2013). The Golan Heights. London and New York: Routledge. p. 246.
  4. ^ HaReuveni, Immanuel (1999). Lexicon of the Land of Israel (in Hebrew). Miskal - Yedioth Ahronoth Books and Chemed Books. pp. 662–663. ISBN 965-448-413-7.
  5. ^ The Holy Land - from the Persian to the Arab Conquests (536 B.C. to A.D. 640) A Historical Geography , Michael Avi-Yonah, Grand Rapids, 1979, p. 170; ISBN 0-8010-0010-6; Dan Urman and Paul V.M. Flesher, Ancient Synagogues: Historical Analysis and Archaeological Discovery, Brill: Leiden 1998, p. 565 ISBN 9004102426 (vol. 1); ISBN 9004102434 (vol. 2)


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