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Basmat Tab'un
Basmat Tab'un

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Hebrew transcription(s)
 o ISO 259Bosmat Tiv'on
Mosque of Basmat Tivon
Mosque of Basmat Tivon
Basmat Tab'un is located in Jezreel Valley region of Israel
Basmat Tab'un
Basmat Tab'un
Basmat Tab'un is located in Israel
Basmat Tab'un
Basmat Tab'un
Coordinates: 32°44?24.82?N 35°9?25.05?E / 32.7402278°N 35.1569583°E / 32.7402278; 35.1569583Coordinates: 32°44?24.82?N 35°9?25.05?E / 32.7402278°N 35.1569583°E / 32.7402278; 35.1569583
Country Israel
 o TypeLocal council (from 1965)
 o Head of MunicipalityMuneir Zebidat [1]
 o Total7,835
Municipality of Basmat Tab'un

Basmat Tab'un (Arabic: ? ‎; Hebrew: , Basmat Tivon) is a Bedouin town in the Northern District of Israel. In 2018 it had a population of 7,835.[2]


Basmat Tab'un was declared a local council in 1965. In May 2011, the Israeli government approved a four-year plan with a budget of NIS 350 million for developing Bedouin communities in the North, among them Basmat Tab'un.[3]

The Ein Bustan (Maayan Babustan) Waldorf school in Hilf, Basmat Tab'un, is noteworthy for its multi-lingual, multi-cultural, multi-religious curriculum. The Arab students are from the surrounding villages and the Jewish students are from nearby Kiryat Tiv'on.[4][5]

Notable residents

Ruan Zubidate is Israel's top female Arab tennis player. She represents Israel at tennis matches around the world.[6]

See also


  1. ^ Five Bedouin leaders pledge support for Kadima
  2. ^ a b "Population in the Localities 2018" (XLS). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. 25 August 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ NIS 350m. plan approved for Bedouin in North
  4. ^ Reuter, Peter (2011-12-16). "Ein arabisch-jüdisches Projekt unter Attacke". The Intelligence. Retrieved 2013.
  5. ^ "Taking to court Jewish and Arab parents who just wants their kids educated together". Haaretz. 2013-03-10. Retrieved 2013.
  6. ^ A stroke of luck, Jerusalem Post

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