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Beit Aryeh
Region West Bank
District Judea and Samaria Area
Government Local council (from 1989)
Hebrew בֵּית אַרְיֵה-עֳפָרִים, בית אריה-עופרים
Name meaning House of Aryeh - Fawns
Area 8500 dunams (8.5 km2; 3.3 sq mi)
Head of municipality Avi Naim
Coordinates 32°2′7.79″N 35°3′13.68″E / 32.0354972°N 35.0538°E / 32.0354972; 35.0538Coordinates: 32°2′7.79″N 35°3′13.68″E / 32.0354972°N 35.0538°E / 32.0354972; 35.0538

Beit Aryeh-Ofarim (Hebrew: בֵּית אַרְיֵה-עֳפָרִים‎) is an Israeli settlement and local council in the northern West Bank.

Beit Aryeh was recognised as a local council in 1989, and had Ofarim appended to it in 2004. The settlement was named after Aryeh Ben-Eliezer, a Lithuanian born Zionist leader before the state of Israel was founded and a member of the Israeli parliament in the 1950's and 1960's.

External links

cs:Bejt Arje-Ofarim

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