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Rosh HaAyin (Hebrew: רֹאשׁ הָעַיִן Hebrew pronunciation: [ˌroʃ häˈʔä.in], lit., Fountainhead; Arabic: روش هاعين) is a city in the Central District of Israel. To the west of Rosh HaAyin is the fortress of Antipatris and the source of the Yarkon River. To the southeast is the fortress of Migdal Afek (Migdal Tzedek). In 2017, it had a population of 50,453.
Rosh HaAyin was founded in the 1949 near the site of ancient Antipatris and the depopulated Palestinian village of Majdal Yaba (in the 19th century also known as Majdal Sadek). Many of the early residents were religious Yemenite Jews airlifted to Israel in 1949 and 1950 in Operation Magic Carpet. They added Biblical words from Exodus 19:4 to the city’s logo: “I (God) carried You on eagles’ wings.” The place was one of the Israel Ma’abarot (transit camps) in the 1950s.