Petah Tikwa

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ref=’p1108.htm’>personalized with big size labels. Order more than US$400 personalized crocheted kippot and you will receive free express transport and a free gift.

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? The crocheting of this kippa is very time consuming due to its special and intricate design.

About the name of this kippah - Petah Tikwa
Petah Tikwa (‘Opening of Hope’) known as Em Hamoshavot (‘Mother of the Settlements’), is a city in the Center District of Israel, north-east of Tel Aviv. Petah Tikva was founded in 1878 by religious pioneers from Jerusalem, who were led by Yehoshua Stampfer, Yoel-Moshe Salomon, Zerach Barnett and David Gutmann as well as Lithuanian Rabbi Aryeh Leib Frumkin. It was the first modern Jewish agricultural settlement in Ottoman Palestine and has since grown to become one of Israel’s most populous urban centres.

Item code: es4511

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Note: A-Zara.com is located in Israel and that's where they ship your order from. Ordering from A-Zara.com is a great way to support Israel!

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