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Sign: Mazkeret Batya - Netiv HaShayarot Street

Netiv HaShayarot 2, Mazkeret Batya, Israel
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On the sign:
המועצה המקומית מזכרת-בתיה

רחוב נתיב השיירות
בדרך זו עברו שיירות הלוחמים לירושלים הנצורה במלחמת העצמאות. הלוחמים נהגו לחנות ברחוב זה ואנשי המושבה ארחו אותם בבתיהם, כבדו אותם במזון, בשתיה ובברכת הדרך.
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Translation of the text on the sign:
The Mazkeret Batya Local Council

Netiv HaShayarot Street
In this way the convoys of fighters moved to Jerusalem besieged during the War of Independence. The fighters used to shop on this street and the people of the colony hosted them in their homes, honored them with food, drink and the blessing of the road.
The Netiv HaShayarot Street is a tiny part of the history of the Jewish people returning to its homeland and fighting for its independence.

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