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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | Current Arab Activity
    ILF in the media News Links Forms Contact Contact Us Donations Send to a friend Print Home Background Current Arab Activity Current Arab Activity Al Quds Article about wealthy Arabs buying land in Jerusalem According to the article Most of the potential buyers are from Egypt Morroco Saudi Arabia Algeria Syria Jordan and Iran The Saudi Fund Building built in Abu Tor with money that came from the Saudi Palestinian Aid Fund The sign on the building reads The Saudi Aid Fund Saudi aid plan for the Palestinian people Housing Office Also Breitbart August 15 2009 Gulf Arab money behind purchases of Israeli land Vast tracts of Israeli agricultural land in north Israel s Galilee area have been bought up by Arabs with financial backing from the Gulf Israeli public radio reported on Saturday read more History of Struggle Business opportunity Current Arab Activity Hallachik Aspects Donations Israel Land Fund is a registered not for profit organization Show us your support and donate today Contact Us Israel Land Fund appreciates your interest and welcomes your queries Fill in the contact form below and press send Please Select Purchasing Property Donation Selling Property General Inquiry Information Request Message Agricultural Land Between

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | Hallachik Aspects
    their eyes and tears began to flow The tore their clothes and recited the verse from Deuteronomy 11 31 32 And you shall possess it and dwell therein And you shall observe to do all the statutes and ordinances which I set before you this day They then said Living in the land of Israel is considered equal to all the commandments in the torah Then they turned and went back to the land of Israel from where they had come Commentaries 2 Em Habanim Semeicha pages 148 149 Through the Love of the Land we increase the merit of our patriarchs It is written And also the merit of the patriarchs will not support us except through the love of the land It is written in Em Habanim Semeicha that the Torah describes how if we the Jewish people take hold of their the patriarch s traits to love and care for the land and to do likewise then Hashem Blessed be He remembers the merit of the patriarchs As it is written And I shall remember my covenant with Jacob and even my covenant with Isaac I shall remember but only under the condition And I shall remember the land which is according to your love for the Land It is also written in the Midrash Whenever the Holy One blessed be He remembers the Patriarchs He remembers the Land with them Em Habanim Semeicha was written while in hiding by the great rabbi HaRav Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal head of the Slobodka Yeshiva in Budapest Hungary and published in 1943 during the Holocaust 3 Em Habanim Semeicha pages 278 279 355 366 Only the mitzvah commandment of settling the Land has the ability to bring unity to Israel It is written in Em Habanim Semeicha Choose please this mitzvah commandment of settling the Land that we may all be involved in it together every Israelite soul that lives in the world And through it we will become one nation in the land and unity shall return to its place And know my brother that the things I have written here should not be taken lightly in your site for our salvation rests precisely on the coming together of Israel in unity And there is no other way to come to the unity of all Israel except by the advice I have given above to unify and organize the entire nation in the matter of settling and building the Land For all the words of our rabbis make this evident The Holy One Blessed be He asks from us to come together in acts of building up the land for only this mitzvah is able to bring unity Therefore it is incumbent upon us to pull the entire nation together and the unifying factor that will pull us together will come only through building up of the settlement of our Holy Land for only this mitzvah is able to accomplish this 4 Maaracha Hatziburit page 110 The Wholeness of

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | Search Investing Opportunities
    of Hebrew University overlooking the Judean desert and the dead sea Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More Ideology Property Nachalat Shimon Residential Plots Residential plots in Jerusalem s Nachalat Shimon neighborhood Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More 3 Story Apartment Building in Jerusalem s Old City Mere meters from the Jewish quarter With easy access to the Jaffa gate Location Old City Location Jerusalem Read More 20 Dunams of Agricultural Land near Gilo and Tunnel Road 20 Dunams of Agricultural Land near Gilo and Tunnel Road within the municipal boundaries of Jerusalem and also within the security fence Location Jerusalem area Read More East Jerusalem Land Zoned for Building of 25 Residential Units The Israel Land Fund is searching for an idealistic entrepreneur to purchase this property and build a new Jewish neighborhood with a view of both the Temple mount and the Judean desert Building plan has already been approved and construction can start within 6 months Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More 20 Agricultural Nature Park Properties 20 beautiful properties in the Galil region Some within Yishuvim some just outside Location The Galilee and the Golan Read More Agricultural property in Jerusalem 20 dunam agricultural property in Jerusalem Amazing deal Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More Agricultural Land Between Kalanit and Kedarim 2 7 Dunams of agricultural land between Kalanit and Kedarim Location The Galilee and the Golan Read More Sold Out 2 85 Dunams With Olive Grove Near Mt Meron 2 85 Dunams with Olive Grove near Mt Meron Location The Galilee and the Golan Read More East Jerusalem Building Plot Building Plot in Beit Hanina Neighborhood of East Jerusalem Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More 2 7 Dunam plot in East Jerusalem 2 7 Dunam plot in East Jerusalem Approved for Building Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More Ideology Property Last Apartments Available in Mt of Olives Neighborhood Last apartments available in new development on Mt of Olives Just meters from the Temple mount Western wall and Old City Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More Apartment building in French Hill 2 unit apartment building in Jerusalem s French Hill Neighborhood Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More 4 Room apartment in Pisgat Ze ev 4 room apartment on Moshe Dayan Street in Pisgat Ze ev Location Jerusalem area Read More Sold Out Farmland in Emek Zevulun 22 dunams of fertile agricultural land in Emek Zevulun Location Emek Zevulun Zevulun Valley Region The Galilee and the Golan Read More Ideology Property Jerusalem House with Building Rights Beautiful West Jerusalem house with building rights Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More Ideology Property 6 Residential Plots in Jerusalem Location Jerusalem Region Jerusalem area Read More Acco Apartment Furnished 2 5 room apartment in Acco furnished Location Acre Acco Region The Galilee and the Golan Read More 3 Room Apartment in Acco s Wolfson Neighborhood 3 room apartment close to city center Location Acre Acco Region The Galilee and the Golan Read

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | The Process
    purchasing process for those interested in buying land through the Israel Land Fund An initial meeting between the Israel Land Fund and the buyer or a representative of the buyer will take place The Israel Land Fund requires a letter of recommendation from a familiar individual organization or community known to the ILF or whom the ILF have dealt with in the past either in Israel or abroad This is required in order to prevent the sale of land to hostile elements The buyers will be shown properties or land they may be interested in purchasing without directly identifying the property This is to prevent the possibility of over exposure of the property which may result in the cancellation or withdrawal of the property by the seller or cause damage to the deal The Fund will conduct negotiations on behalf of the buyers accordingly It is only at this stage once the ILF is convinced of the seriousness and authenticity of the buyers that the ILF will reveal the seller and enable the buyer to visit the property The buyer can choose to continue the negotiations with the seller alone or elect a member of the ILF to continue the transaction on his her behalf until the signing and official registration of the transaction has taken place The ILF is responsible for leasing the property or land for the buyer to local Jews and will act as a go between between the new owners and the tenants or the Jewish farmers A registered Israeli lawyer in the field of general property law as well as an expert in leasing land from private Arabs accompanies the ILF throughout the entire process The buyer has the option of retaining the services of this lawyer at a considerably lower fee than the standard rate of the average Israeli lawyer The buyer also retains the possibility of conducting the process with his her own lawyer In this instance a member of the ILF will oversee the acquisition without legal representation from the ILF At the end of the acquisition process and upon having the property listed in the name of the buyer with the Israel Lands Registry the Fund will supply the certificate of acquisition together with a map of the property This will accompany a copy of the Israel Land Registry Title document with the name of the new owner and a copy of the Israel Land Registry Title document with the name of the seller One may also purchase land in the name of a family member for example as a gift for a Brit Milah Bat or Bar mitzvah or wedding It is also possible to register the land in the name of a religious or educational institution and in doing so showing support of that particular institution as well as purchasing property as a real estate investment Note The process described above is meant to serve as a general outline Each transaction may differ from one to the other accordingly

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | Regions List
    as breathtaking landscapes waterfalls caves archeological sites cities craters and a deep history For centuries the Negev has been home to Bedouins who in the recent years have settled into more permanent illegal homes It is also seen as an additional way to divide Israel in order to connect areas of the Judean and Hevron Hills to Egypt and Gaza For more information on the Negev click here Judea Samaria and the Jordan Valley Judea and Samaria represent the heart of the Land of Israel It is the place where Abraham and Isaac walked where Jacob resided and where Joshua Bin Nun fought the Canaanite nations These regions were also included in the original areas of the British Mandate that intended the region be part of a national homeland for the Jewish people For centuries Jews have lived in these areas uninterruptedly With security and agricultural significance to Israel including wineries olive oil and vegetables the Jewish settlements in these areas require much strengthening For more information on Judea Samaria and the Jordan Valley click here The Center The central region of Israel ranges from Haifa in the north to Ashdod in the south It is considered by many to be the pulsating hub of the country the heart of Israeli business and culture The cities in the center are amongst the most well known and the property highly sought after Fortifying the areas that connect the west to the east of the country and ensuring Israel s center remains border free is critical Towards this goal it is essential to strengthen the Jewish presence in mixed cities such as Lod Ramla and Jaffa For more information on the Center click here Jerusalem Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and the first and main holy city of the Jewish people

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | The Galilee and the Golan
    They require people with larger income Torah centers and Jewish tourism NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS The Galilee is the most productive fertile and agricultural region of Israel with rain a distinctive feature Farming plays a key role in the region Successful agricultural industries include corn 23 of the Israeli market apples 30 of the Israeli market pears 41 of the Israeli market cherries 50 of the Israeli market mangoes 32 of the Israeli market and more such as seasonal crops wheat onions and so forth The north of the country is home to several multinationals Motorola Netafim SAP and some of the country s top hi tech companies with R D centers and industry leaders such as ISCAR Elbit Systems Tefron and others The hi tech centers such as Migal Tefen Industrial Park Carmiel and Haifa together with a higher quality of living attract population groups such as academics hi tech professionals and business owners living in settlements and outposts in the Galilee The settlements of Gilon and Ya ad are examples of communities founded by professionals Both villages were established by engineers from Haifa s Technion Institute with the aim of bringing more Jews to the area Approximately 167 companies factories and 120 new businesses are established each year in the Galilee The government of Israel regards the development and strengthening the Galilee of paramount importance The Government offers incentive packages to companies in various fields to encourage to greater development of the region To boost development of infrastructure in the area the Government has designated land in the north for rezoning including an international airport a train to Carmiel expanding Route 6 amongst others The Manufacturers Association of Israel s northern branch aims to promote industry in the region It is currently planning designing and establishing industrial plants Additional committees and organizations that are committed to developing the region include the Galilee Development Authority Jewish Agency for Israel Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute Israeli SME s Authority and MATI Lev Hagalil FACTS OF INTEREST The Kinneret or Sea of Galilee is the lowest freshwater lake in the world at 212 meters below sea level It is 64 square miles with a depth of 57 feet or 48 meters 38 of the land in the Galilee is wine land One of Israel s largest wine producers the Golan Heights Winery located in Katzrin exports over 2 5 dollars worth of wine annually and has won many international awards for their wine The north is renowned for its olive trees hosting an annual olive festival which attracts many visitors Additional festivals throughout the year in the region include the Acre Festival of Alternative Theater Israeli Folk Dance Festival in Carmiel and music festivals such as Klezmer Renaissance and Chamber music An estimated 2 1 million visitors visit the Golan and Galilee region annually providing 207 tourism related businesses with income This accounts for the majority of Israel s internal tourism The dry mountain air of Safed in the summer is renowned

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | The Negev
    Bedouins 14 3 of Israel s population currently resides in the southern part of the country This includes 14 6 Jews Central Bureau of Statistics 2007 For centuries the Negev has been home to Bedouins who in recent years have increasingly settled into more permanent homes and left their nomadic lifestyle Much of these buildings have been done illegally Many Arabs want to use the Negev to divide Israel and connect areas of the Judean and Hevron Hills to Egypt and Gaza The growth rate of the population of the Negev has been negative since 1996 and continues to decline National priority has been given to the Negev The aim is to increase the population in the region from 535 000 in 2005 to 900 000 by 2015 Many of the current IDF bases from the center of the country are expected to move to the Negev This will have a positive influence on the development of the region Most of the land in the Negev is state owned The land available for purchasing through the Israel Land Fund is mostly for agricultural purposes Southern Highlights David Ben Gurion Israel s first prime minister made his home in Kibbutz Sde Boker in the Negev The hut he used to live is a museum dedicated to his legacy The world s largest solar power station is being planned in the Negev by Ben Gurion University together with the Blaustein Institute for Desert Research in Sde Boker The Negev has an arid and semi arid climate with an average rainfall of between 2 6 inches annually Israel through the Negev is internationally renowned for combating the desert and preventing desertification of fertile lands The Negev s water and soil conservation programs have become models in sustainable land management worldwide The Negev Foundation is recognized for its promotion of desert agricultural innovations In 1959 Simcha Blass considered the father of modern drip irrigation developed the first drip irrigation system to irrigate Kibbutz Hatzerim eight kilometers from Beer Sheva He was also the person most responsible for drawing up initial plans to convey waters to the Negev from 1939 Unlike other areas were reclaimed waters is poured into the sea the Negev relies to a large extent on recycled water piped in from Tel Aviv This is used mainly for agriculture and irrigation Saline water from underground reservoirs is used for certain crops and plants The Negev is home to high quality educational institutions such as Ben Gurion University and Sapir College that attract thousands of students each year Four ancient Nabatean towns in the Negev have been inscribed on UNESCO s World Heritage List Facts of Interest Farmers use the year round sunlight and advanced irrigation systems to produce fine crops of grain fodder fruit and vegetables The Arava on the eastern border of the Negev produces over 90 of Israel s melon exports The Negev has abundant prehistoric remains and remnants of early historic settlements These include flint arrowheads dating to the

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  • Israel Land Fund - הקרן לאדמות ישראל | Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley
    under full Israeli control adds to Israel s security and strength The bulk of land in Judea and Samaria is made up of State lands Judea and Samaria were included as part of the original land designated by the British Mandate for the establishment of a National Home for the Jewish People REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS The growth rate in Judea and Samaria is 5 5 compared with 1 7 elsewhere A study conducted by the Ariel University Center of Samaria revealed that residents of Judea and Samaria tend to be healthier have a higher income and their children are more likely to do well on their matriculation exams than in the rest of Israel The life expectancy in these areas is 80 6 years and was shown to be higher than in the rest of Israel and comparatively higher than that of U S and England CBS Much of Israel s industry and economic infrastructure is located in these regions including energy and power installations Ariel University Center of Samaria is the largest college of its kind and one of the fastest growing academic institutions in the country Olives are one of the most valuable crops grown in Judea and Samaria Olive groves make up approximately 40 of all agricultural land in the region Revenues are estimated at over 140 million U S dollars An archeological discovery dating back to Egypt s First Dynasty in 3 000 BCE was recently made in the Jordan Valley This rare find dates back to the origins of Egyptian Kingship It also indicates there was direct interaction between the Jordan Valley community and the Egyptian Court Agriculture is the leading economic sector in the Jordan Valley due to its unique climate The strong sun radiation and below average rainfall encourages fruits and vegetables to grow with relatively low infestation resulting in high quality crops Agricultural production in the Jordan Valley cultivated over an area of about 33 000 dunams is valued at about 500 million Shekels annually It is a major producer of dates table grapes peppers herbs and spices cherry tomatoes eggplants citrus fruit pomegranates and more FACTS OF INTEREST Modiin Illit with a growth rate of 9 5 is the largest and fastest growing city in Judea and Samaria with about 45 000 residents There are many Biblical sites holy to Judaism in Judea and Samaria These include Joseph s Tomb in Nablus and the Cave of the Patriarch s in Hebron The term West Bank which is often used to refer to Judea and Samaria is a term that was coined only 60 years ago by the Jordanians who occupied the region during Israel s War of Independence Almost all Arab localities towns and villages in Judea and Samaria use the Biblical Jewish names to refer to those areas for example Anata is the Biblical name for Anatot the dwelling of Jeremiah Beitin is Biblical and refers to Beit El a site of the Holy Ark and court of Samuel the Prophet

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