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Sign: Jerusalem - "Haviva Netiva and Aviva" route - Chaviva Reik

HaPalmach St 40, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל מסלול חביבה נתיבה ואביבה - גיבורות על הפלמ"ח
Symbol of the Haviva Netiva and Aviva track - heroines of the Palmach

חביבה רייק
חביבה רייק נולדה בשנת 1914 בבאנסקה ביסטריצה שבסלובקיה, עלתה לארץ בשנת 1939 והייתה חברת קיבוץ מענית. בשנת 1944 יצאה עם חבריה הצנחנים צבי בן-יעקב, רפי רייס וחיים חרמש בני היישוב בארץ ישראל, לשליחות של צניחה מאחורי קווי האויב הגרמני בסלובקיה. הם הצליחו ליצור קשר עם יהודים ועם הנהגת תנועות הנוער בבאנסקה ביסטריצה והצילו פליטים יהודים רבים. לאחר כיבוש האזור על ידי הנאצים חביבה וחבריה נשבו והוצאו להורג בנובמבר 1944.
חביבה רייק קבורה בקבר אחים בהר הרצל.

[תמונת חביבה רייק]

[צד 2]
[Side 2]
Chaviva Reik
Chaviva Reik was born in 1914 in Banska Bystrica in Slovakia. She immigrated to Israel in 1939, settling in Kibbut Maanit. In 1944 together with fellow parachutists Zvi ben Yaakov, Rafi Reiss and Haim Hermesh, she participated in a mission behind Germany enemy lines in Slovakia. They successfully made contact with the Jewish community and the leadership of the youth movements in her home town. However, the Nazi conquest of the area, Chaviva and her compatriots were captured and murdered in November 1944.
Her remains were reinterred in a mass grave on Mt. Herzl, Jerusalem in 1952.

[Image of Chaviva Reik]

[צד 3]
[Side 3]
حبيبة ربك
كانت حبيبة ربك ( ولدت باسم مارتا ربيك ، 1914-1944 ) عضوا في البلماح للمظليين في أيام الجاليات وتنتمي اليهودية قبل قيام الدولة . نشأت في بانسكا بيستريتسا وعادت ا إلى مسقط رأسها للعمل هناك ف جهود المساعدة للمجتمعات اليهودية وجيوش الحلفاء وقوات التمرد السلوفاكي في نهاية الحرب العالمية الثانية . ألحقها الألمان في 20 تشرين الثاني 1944 بمجموعة من 250 يهوديا تم نقلهم إلى القرية القريبة كرمينتسكة وقتلوا بالرصاص ، تم دفنهم جميعا في مقبرة جماعية داخل القناة التي سقطوا فيها .

[תמונת חביבה רייק]
[Image of Chaviva Reik]
[صورة حبيبة ربك]
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"Haviva Netiva and Aviva" route - a route located on Palmach Street in Jerusalem and commemorates the Palmach and especially the heroines of the Palmach.

There are several types of signs on the track, the current sign is a sign as part of "Historic signs".

The sign is wrapped around the lighting pole, here are the other parts of the sign:
Side 2 Click for a larger image
Side 3 Click for a larger image

In the next photo taken that day you can see a general look at the sign, and the directional signs pointing to the route Click for a larger image

An illegal immigrant ship was named after Chaviva Reik Click for sign's details

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