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About , people were living there in and by that it is the fifth-largest city of the country. About 70, of them are Orthodox Jews. European Orthodox Jews established the settlement in and named it Petah Tikva after a prophecy of Hosea. Because of this, it is the oldest agricultural settlement erected by Zionist Jews in the 19th century and therefore nicknamed Em HaMoshavot , meaning mother of the moshavot. It obtained city status in
It was founded in , mainly by Orthodox Jews of the Old Yishuv , and became a permanent settlement in with the financial help of Baron Edmond de Rothschild. In the city had a population of , The name of Petah Tikva was chosen by its founders in from the prophecy of Hosea , Jewish , "And I will give her vineyards from thence, and the Valley of Achor for an opening of hope : and she shall sing there, as in the days of her youth, and as in the day when she came up out of the land of Egypt. Petah Tikva's emblem appears on a postage stamp designed by Yitzhak Goldenhirsch, a founding member of Petah Tikva. The plow symbolizes Petah Tikva's origins as an agricultural settlement, the field symbolizes the drying of the Yarkon River swamps and cultivation of the land, and the orange tree symbolizes Petah Tikva's citrus industry, starting with the first tree planted by Rabbi Aryeh Leib Frumkin.