Bnei Atzmon

Struck roots in the Pithat Rafah in 1978, as a Zionist response to Camp David Accords, aiming to stop the uprooting in that area.  The community relocated to the Gush Katif dunes following the Yamit disengagement.
After wandering between a few temporary sites, it found its permanent location.  In its early days, Atzmona was a cooperative community, but a few years ago, it has undergone privatization, according to which all families belong to the communal society and the 30 village families belong to the cooperative framework.  
These two bodies operated in complete harmony and mutual help.  Over 95 families resided in Atzmona; more than 700 people.    




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