Bnei Netzarim Yeshiva

After the disengagement from Gush Katif, residents of the settlements of Atzmona and the Netzarim have decided to establish a religious settlement in the pioneering sands of the Eshkol Regional Council in the Gaza Strip.

Goals of settlement:

  1. Continue to hoist the flag of settlements that were downloaded with the evacuation of Gush Katif.
  2. The existence of Matzot in the land of Israel by agricultural settlement.
  3. Connecting to the people of Israel by settling in the region of secular communities.
  4. The strengthening of the settlements in the Gaza Strip today after nine years. Three settlements of Neve, Netzarim, and Shlomit, were established for about 230 families- some of them from the Gush Katif pony and some of them were answered by the challenges of the pioneering settlement.

Including the engine ox desert of the entire settlement enterprise is the Torah. The majority of the residents are high conference graduates and the order you see in the establishment of agricultural settlements in the area of the Gaza Strip is of religious significance. When we got to the area, which Beit Midrash called “The Ox Desert,” which maoha the center and the beating heart of all our actions.

Students of Beit Midrash participate in all operations of our regional influence. Emergency teams in Netzarim, Gush, we knew a lot of terrorist attacks and developed an internal system of a settlement emergency team that responded to all civil-emergency confrontations such as: medical care, treatment and accompanying the injured family, responding to the effects of the attacks on the community’s functioning. In addition, a complete method of building civilian resilience has evolved into a community of constant threat.

When we came to the Gaza Strip, we were asked to move to the old settlements instead of training how to deal with emergency situations. Our crew went through all the settlements of the Council and taught them how to take a community with an emergency situation. Consequently, the State of Israel gave a special budget and Mrs. I. A. I. A lunar lander was appointed to the emergency staff hub of every Eshkol Regional Council, which comprises 31 settlements.

Spiritual activity in the cluster of all the settlements of the Eshkol Regional Council are secular in nature. When we arrived in the area, we initiated spiritual activity for all residents of the region:

  1. Permanent Torah classes were established in various communities.
  2. In a large part of the settlements, there are buildings in Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
  3. “The Netzarim Midreshet” conveys activity to the Council’s children towards Bar Mitzvah, which includes visits to the synagogue in Netzarim.

Some of the children come to the village of the people of Netzarim to go to the Torah and celebrate the Bar Mitzvah in a religious community. A connection to the local population several years ago began to act in the area of the initiative of connecting the religious inhabitants and secular Jews. The meetings were designed to tamik the familiarity between the various elements of the areas of the Gaza Strip, the mutual assessment, and various collaborations. The program is called “Circles in the Cluster,” and in the framework we meet on a regular basis as religious and secular residents in a designated group. Each time, the meeting is held in the home of one of the group’s participants. This plan has been largely successful and has started a fourth group to operate in this format.

Agriculture 1. Eshkol Regional Council is a council that deals with most of the settlements’ agriculture and provides a large part of the hatzerocht of the State of Israel. The settlements of Neve and Netzarim have created agricultural cooperation with the residents of the veteran region. Some of the agricultural produce in the region is shared in a common manner and helps all residents. 2. In the village of Bani Netzarim, a unique educational institution operates for high-age youth from all over the State of Israel, which integrates Torah studies with work in agriculture. Our goal is to educate a new generation of youth to combine the mitzvot of the Land of Israel in agriculture and to study Torah, ensuring the mitzvot of the country. 3. In preparation for the sleep of the people of Netzarim, structures from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and the Ministry of Religion among all farmers, kibbutzim, and moshavim, helping them regulate agricultural produce.