Ha Zor'im

HaZor'im (Hebrew: הַזּוֹרְעִים) is a religious moshav in the Lower Galilee Regional Council, Israel. It was established in 1939 in the Tower and stockade settlement method, by Jewish immigrants from Europe, mostly from Germany and the Netherlands and after a while also by immigrants from north Africa. The village is adjacent to Tiberias and Afula.

Lower Galilee Regional Council
  • Beit Keshet
  • Beit Rimon
  • Lavi
  • Arbel
  • HaZor'im
  • Ilaniya
  • Kfar Hittim
  • Kfar Kisch
  • Kfar Zeitim
  • Sde Ilan
  • Shadmot Dvora
  • Sharona
  • Mitzpa
Communal settlements
  • Giv'at Avni
  • Masad
  • Mitzpe Netofa
Youth village
  • Hodayot
  • Kadoorie Agricultural High School