Bnei Brak is a city located on Israel’s central Mediterranean coastal plain, just east of Tel Aviv, in the Dan metropolitan region and Tel Aviv District.
Bnei Brak was founded as an agricultural settlement in 1924 and was declared a city in 1950. Indeed as a major
The population consists predominantly of Ashkenazi Haredi Jews; Sefardi Haredi Jews constitute a significant minority.
Bnei Brak is noted for its abundance of self-help and volunteer organizations. Several organizations help the ill, special needs population, and the poor. There are also available abundant articles to be borrowed free of charge, from extra baby beds, electric drills, paint rollers, to bridal dresses.