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Kfar HaOranim
Hebrew כְּפָר הָאֳרָנִים, כפר האורנים
Name meaning Village of the Pines
Founded 1997
Founded by Amana
Council Mateh Binyamin
Region West Bank
District Judea and Samaria Area
Coordinates 31°55′9.48″N 35°2′17.52″E / 31.9193°N 35.0382°E / 31.9193; 35.0382Coordinates: 31°55′9.48″N 35°2′17.52″E / 31.9193°N 35.0382°E / 31.9193; 35.0382

Kfar HaOranim (Hebrew: כְּפָר הָאֳרָנִים‎. lit. Village of the Pines), also known as Menora (Hebrew: מְנוֹרָה‎) or Giv'at Ehud, is a communal Israeli settlement in the West Bank. Located near Lapid and Modi'in, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Binyamin Regional Council. In 2007 it had a population of 2,000.

Planning for the settlement (then with the name Giv'at Ehud, after Ehud Ben Amiti, a fighter pilot in Operation Opera) began in 1981. The cornerstone was laid in 1984 at a ceremony attended by Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, by which time the name had changed to Menora. However, legal issues over the ownership of the land led to a delay in construction. The first residents finally moved in in October 1997.

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