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Petah Tikva

Petah Tikva (Hebrew: פֶּתַח תִּקְוָה‎, IPA: [ˈpetaχ tikˈva], «Opening of Hope»; Arabic: بتاح تكفا‎‎) known as Em HaMoshavot («Mother of the Moshavot»), is a city in the Central District of Israel, 10.6 km (6.59 mi) east of Tel Aviv. It was founded in 1878, mainly by religious orthodox Jews, also known as the Old Yishuv, and became a permanent settlement in 1883 with the financial help of Baron Edmond de Rothschild.

In 2015 the city had a population of 230,984.[1] The population density is approximately 6,277 inhabitants per square kilometre (16,260/sq mi). Petah Tikva’s jurisdiction covers 35,868 dunams (~35.9 km2 or 15 sq mi). It is part of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area.

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1 Etymology
2 History
3 Urban development
4 Economy
5 Transportation
6 Local government
6.1 Council heads
6.2 Mayors
7 Schools and religious institutions
8 Health care
9 Landmarks and cultural institutions
10 Arab–Israeli conflict
11 Sports
12 Notable residents
13 International relations
13.1 Twin towns — sister cities
14 See also
15 References
16 External links
The name of Petah Tikva was chosen by its founders in 1878 from the prophecy of Hosea (2:15, 2:17 Jewish), «And I will give her vineyards from thence, and the Valley of Achor for an opening of hope: and she shall sing there, as in the days of her youth, and as in the day when she came up out of the land of Egypt.»

Petah Tikva’s emblem appears on a postage stamp designed by Yitzhak Goldenhirsch, a founding member of Petah Tikva. The plow symbolizes Petah Tikva’s origins as an agricultural settlement, the field symbolizes the drying of the Yarkon River swamps and cultivation of the land, and the orange tree symbolizes Petah Tikva’s citrus industry, starting with the first tree planted by Rabbi Aryeh Leib Frumkin. The emblem is inscribed by a verse from the Bible: «He who works his land will have abundant bread.» (Proverbs 12:11)


Petah Tikva, 1912
Petah Tikva was founded in 1878 by religious pioneers from Europe, who were led by Yehoshua Stampfer, Moshe Shmuel Raab, Yoel Moshe Salomon, Zerach Barnett,[2] and David Gutmann, as well as Lithuanian Rabbi Aryeh Leib Frumkin who built the first house there.[3] It was the first modern Jewish agricultural settlement in Ottoman Southern Syria (hence its nickname as «Mother of the Moshavot» and has since grown to become one of Israel’s most populous urban centers.

Petah Tikva in the 1920s
Originally intending to establish a new settlement in the Achor Valley, near Jericho, the pioneers purchased land in that area. However, Abdülhamid II cancelled the purchase and forbade them from settling there, but they retained the name Petah Tikva as a symbol of their aspirations.

Beit HaBeton, 1920–1930
Undaunted, the settlers purchased a modest area (3.40 square kilometres (1.31 sq mi)) from the village of Mulabbis (variants: Mlabbes, Um-Labbes), near the source of the Yarkon River. The Sultan allowed the enterprise to proceed, but because their purchase was located in what was a malarial swamp, they had to evacuate when the malaria spread, founding the town of Yehud near the Arabic village Yehudiyya about 20 kilometres (12 mi) to the south (itself, founded on the site of the ancient Israelite/Jewish town of Yehud).[4] With the financial help of Baron Edmond de Rothschild they were able to drain the swamps sufficiently to be able to move back in 1883, joined by immigrants of the First Aliyah, and later the Second Aliyah.

During the Sinai and Palestine Campaign of World War I, Petah Tikva served as a refugee town for residents of Tel Aviv and Jaffa, following their exile by the Ottoman authorities due to their refusal to serve the Ottoman army to fight the invading British forces. The town suffered heavily as it lay between the Ottoman and British fronts during the war.

Petah Tikva became the school for thousands of pioneer workers, who studied the craft of farming there before they ventured out to establish dozens of settlements in all parts of the country. The agricultural schools are still active to this day. Petah Tikva was also the birthplace of the Labor Zionist Movement, inspired and encouraged by the writings of A. D. Gordon who lived in the town.

The first recorded Arab attack on Jews in what would become Israel took place in Petah Tikva in 1886.[5] Petah Tikva was also the scene of Arab rioting in May 1921, which left four Jews dead.[6]

In the early 1920s, industry began to develop in the Petah Tikva region. In 1921, Petah Tikva was given the status of a local council by the British authorities. According to a census conducted in 1931 by the British Mandate authorities, Petah Tikva had a population of 6880 inhabitants, in 1688 houses.[7] In 1937 it was recognized as a city. Its first mayor, Shlomo Stampfer, was the son of one of its founders, Yehoshua Stampfer.

Petah-Tikva, which largely depended on citrus farming, was considered by both the British government and the Jaffa Electric Company as a potentially important consumer of electricity for irrigation. The Auja Concession, which was given to the Jaffa Electric Company on 1921, specifically referred to the relatively large Jewish settlement of Petah-Tikva. But it was only in late 1929 that the company submitted an irrigation scheme for Petah-Tikva, and it was yet to be approved by the government in 1930.[8]

In the 1930s, the pioneering founders of Kibbutz Yavneh from the Religious Zionist movement immigrated to the British Mandate of Palestine, settling near Petah Tikva on land purchased by a Jewish-owned German company. Refining the agricultural skills they learned in Germany, these pioneers began in 1941 to build their kibbutz in its intended location in the south of Israel, operating from Petah Tikva as a base. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petah_Tikva

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1 Internet
2 See also
3 References
4 External links
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Suzy Favor Hamilton, former Olympic track athlete who was revealed in 2012 to have been moonlighting as a high-end call girl
Xaviera Hollander
Internet prostitution
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