|Founded by||Tunisian Jews|
The village is named after "Azrikam, a descendant of Zerubbabel." (1 Chronicles 3:23)
The moshav was established in 1950 on the lands of the depopulated Palestinian village of Bayt Daras, just south of the depopulated Palestinian village of al-Batani al-Gharbi by Jewish refugees from Tunisia. It was initially named Bitanya. In the first few years, the moshav's residents lived in tents without electricity, water or gas.
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