Biazi Family history
Biazi Family history – Abraham and Esther Biazi lived in Dirbakir located in Turke, Believers in the Zionism and lovers of Eretz Israel. in 1933 the family decided to emigrate to Palestine. They sold all their possessions in order to pay local smugglers who would get them and there children: Rebeka, Eliyahu and Ovadia over the borders, by donkey via Syria and Lebanon and then by raft to Haifa. After reaching Haifa the family continued by horse-drawn carts for Jerusalem.
Biazi family settled in the Moslem neighborhood of Sheikh-Bader, overlooking Nachlaot.
At the end of a year the Biazi family managed to purchase the house on Kfar-Karam Street located in the “Nachalat Achim” neighborhood. The interior of the house was made of wood and covered in sheet metal to protect it from the wind and rain. In the small courtyard the family raised chickens and goats which grazed in the open fields of Sheikh-Badar (on which today stands the Supreme Court and Sacher Park).