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65 religious families, between the ages of 19 and 45, were evacuated from this Gush Katif community in August 2005. The first pioneering family established a Torah institute which specialized in the halacha pertaining to those mitzvot specific to Eretz Yisrael.

 

The primary modes of employment were agriculture and the institute specializing in the halacha surrounding agriculture.

 

The Gush Katif region was among the most beautiful regions in Israel.

 

Educational facilities flourished with a day care center, two kindergarten groups and separate elementary schools for boys and girls from the first grade through the eighth. High School girls learned in the Neve Dekalim Ulpana and the boys learned in various yeshiva high schools.

 

As in many religious communities, the Bnei Akiva activities were separate for boys and girls and other activities were offered by the Gush Katif Regional Council with organized transportation provided.

 

A rich variety of regular Torah classes took place for men and women both on Shabbat and during the week.

 

With a synagogue, Beit Midrash, mikve and evening kollel, the community’s religious needs were completely met. A library, gym and grocery store rounded out the community facilities with a medical clinic and swimming pool in neighboring Neve Dekelim.

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