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Encyclopedia > List of Arab localities in Palestine 1948
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District of Acre

  • Acre
  • Amqa
  • Arab al-Samniyya
  • al-Bassa
  • al-Birwa
  • al-Damun
  • Dayr al-Qassi
  • al-Ghabisiyya
  • Iqrit
  • Iribbin, Khirbat
  • Jiddin, Khirbat
  • al-Kabri
  • Kafr 'Inan
  • Kuwaykat
  • al-Manshiyya
  • al-Mansura
  • Mi'ar
  • al-Nabi Rubin
  • Nahf
  • al-Nahr
  • al-Ruways
  • Sakhnin
  • Sha'ab
  • Suhmata
  • al-Sumayriyya
  • Suruh
  • al-Tall
  • Tarbikha
  • Tarshiha
  • Umm al-Faraj
  • al-Zeeb

District of Baysan

  • Arab al-'Arida
  • Arab al-Bawati
  • Arab al-Safa
  • al-Ashrafiyya
  • al-Bira
  • Danna
  • Farwana
  • al-Fatur
  • al-Ghazzawiyya
  • al-Hamidiyya
  • al-Hamra
  • Jabbul
  • Kafra
  • Kawkab al-Hawa
  • al-Khunayzir
  • Masil al-Jizl
  • al-Murassas
  • Qumya
  • al-Sakhina
  • al-Samiriyya
  • Sirin
  • Tall al-Shawk
  • al-Taqa, Khirbat
  • al-Tira
  • Umm Sabuna, Khirbat
  • Yubla
  • Zab'a
  • al-Zawiya, Khirbat

District of Beersheba

District of Gaza

  • Arab Suqrir
  • Barbara
  • Barqa
  • al-Batani al-Gharbi
  • al-Batani al-Sharqi
  • Bayt 'Affa
  • Bayt Daras
  • Bayt Jirja
  • Bayt Tima
  • Bi'lin
  • Burayr
  • Dayr Sunayd
  • Dimra
  • al-Faluja
  • Hamama
  • Hatta
  • Hiribya
  • Huj
  • Hulayqat
  • Ibdis
  • Iraq al-Manshiyya
  • 'Iraq Suwaydan
  • Isdud
  • al-Jaladiyya
  • Julis
  • al-Jura
  • Jusayr
  • Karatiyya
  • Kawfakha
  • Kawkaba
  • al-Khisas
  • al-Masmiyya al-Kabira
  • al-Masmiyya al-Saghira
  • al-Muharraqa
  • Najd
  • Ni'ilya
  • Qastina
  • al-Sawafir al-Gharbiyya
  • al-Sawafir al-Shamaliyya
  • al-Sawafir al-Sharqiyya
  • Simsim
  • Summil
  • Tall al-Turmus
  • Yasur

District of Haifa

  • Abu Shusha
  • Abu Zurayq
  • Arab al-Fuqara
  • Arab al-Nufay'at
  • Arab Zahrat al-Dumayri
  • Atlit
  • Ayn Ghazal
  • Ayn Hawd
  • Balad al-Shaykh
  • Barrat Qisarya
  • Burayka
  • al-Burj, Khirbat
  • al-Butaymat
  • Daliyat al-Rawha'
  • al-Dumun, Khirbat
  • al-Ghubayya al-Fawqa
  • al-Ghubayya al-Tahta
  • Haifa
  • Hawsha
  • Ijzim
  • Jaba'
  • al-Jalama
  • Kabara
  • al-Kafrayn
  • Kafr Lam
  • al-Kasayir, Khirbat
  • Khubbayza
  • Lid, Khirbat
  • al-Manara, Khirbat
  • al-Mansi
  • al-Mansura, Khirbat
  • al-Mazar
  • al-Naghnaghiyya
  • Qannir
  • Qira
  • Qisarya
  • Qumbaza, Khirbat
  • al-Rihaniyya
  • Sabbarin
  • al-Sarafand
  • al-Sarkas, Khirbat
  • Sa'sa', Khirbat
  • al-Sawamir
  • al-Shuna, Khirbat
  • al-Sindiyana
  • al-Tantura
  • al-Tira
  • Umm al-Shawf
  • Umm al-Zinat
  • Wa'arat al-Sarris
  • Wadi 'Ara
  • Yajur

District of Hebron

  • Ajjur
  • Barqusya
  • Bayt Jibrin
  • Bayt Nattif
  • al-Dawayima
  • Dayr al-Dubban
  • Dayr Nakhkhas
  • Kudna
  • Mughallis
  • al-Qubayba
  • Ra'na
  • Tall al-Safi
  • Thikrin
  • Umm Burj, Khirbat
  • Zakariyya
  • Zayta

District of Jaffa

  • al-'Abbasiyya
  • Abu Kishk
  • Bayt Dajan
  • Biyar 'Adas
  • Fajja
  • al-Haram
  • Ijlil al-Qibliyya
  • Ijlil al-Shamaliyya
  • Jaffa
  • al-Jammasin al-Gharbi
  • al-Jammasin al-Sharqi
  • Jarisha
  • Kafr 'Ana
  • al-Khayriyya
  • al-Mas'udiyya
  • al-Mirr
  • al-Muwaylih
  • Rantiya
  • al-Safiriyya
  • Salama
  • Saqiya
  • al-Sawalima
  • al-Shaykh Muwannis
  • Yazur

District of Jerusalem

  • Abu Ghosh
  • Ain Karim
  • Allar
  • Aqqur
  • Artuf
  • Ayn Karim
  • Bayt 'Itab
  • Bayt Mahsir
  • Bayt Naqquba
  • Bayt Thul
  • Bayt Umm al-Mays
  • Beit Safafa
  • al-Burayj
  • Dayr Aban
  • Dayr 'Amr
  • Dayr al-Hawa
  • Dayr Rafat
  • Dayr al-Shaykh
  • Deir Yassin (Dayr Yassin)
  • Giv'at Shaul
  • Ishwa'
  • Islin
  • Ism Allah, Khirbat
  • Jarash
  • al-Jura
  • Kasla
  • al-Lawz, Khirbat
  • Lifta
  • al-Maliha
  • Mahne Yelitida
  • Mea Shearim
  • Nitaf
  • al-Qabu
  • Qalunya (Kolonia)
  • al-Qastal
  • Ras Abu 'Ammar
  • Sar'a
  • Saris
  • Satif
  • Suba
  • Sufla
  • al-Tannur, Khirbat
  • al-'Umur, Khirbat
  • al-Walaja

District of Jinin

  • Ayn al-Mansi
  • al-Jawfa, Khirbat
  • al-Lajjun
  • al-Mazar
  • Nuris
  • Zir'in

District of Nazareth

District of al-Ramla

  • al-Lydd City
  • Abu al-Fadl
  • Abu Shushna
  • Ajanjul
  • Aqir
  • Barfiliya
  • al-Barriyya
  • Bashshit
  • Bayt Far, Khirbat
  • Bayt Jiz
  • Bayt Nabala
  • Bayt Nuba
  • Bayt Shanna
  • Bayt Susin
  • Bir Ma'in
  • Bir Salim
  • al-Burj
  • al-Buwayra, Khirbat
  • Daniyal
  • Dayr Abu Salama
  • Dayr Ayyub
  • Dayr Muhaysin
  • Dayr Tarif
  • al-Duhayriyya, Khirbat
  • al-Haditha
  • Idnibba
  • Imwas
  • Innaba
  • Jilya
  • Jimzu
  • Kharruba
  • al-Khayma
  • Khulda
  • al-Kunayyisa
  • al-Latrun
  • al-Maghar
  • Majdal Yaba
  • al-Mansura
  • al-Mukhayzin
  • al-Muzayri'a
  • al-Na'ani
  • al-Nabi Rubin
  • Qatra
  • Qazaza
  • al-Qubab
  • al-Qubayba
  • Qula
  • al-Ramla
  • Sajad
  • Salbit
  • Sarafand al-'Amar
  • Sarafand al-Kharab
  • Saydun
  • Shahma
  • Shilta
  • al-Tina
  • al-Tira
  • Umm Kalkha
  • Wadi Hunayn
  • Yalu
  • Yibna
  • Zakariyya, Khirbat
  • Zarnuqa

District of Safad

  • Safad City
  • Abil al-Qamh
  • al-'Abisiyya
  • Akbara
  • Alma
  • Ammuqa
  • Arab al-Shamalina
  • Arab al-Zubayd
  • Ayn al-Zaytun
  • Baysamun
  • Biriyya
  • al-Butayha
  • al-Buwayziyya
  • Dallata
  • al-Dawwara
  • Dayshum
  • al-Dirbashiyya
  • al-Dirdara
  • Fara
  • al-Farradiyya
  • Fir'im
  • Ghabbatiyya
  • Ghuraba
  • al-Hamra'
  • Harrawi
  • Hunin
  • al-Husayniyya
  • Jahula
  • al-Ja'una
  • Jubb Yusuf
  • Kafr Bir'im
  • al-Khalisa
  • Khan al-Duwayr
  • Karraza, Khirbat
  • al-Khisas
  • Khiyam al-Walid
  • Kirad al-Baqqara
  • Kirad al-Ghannama
  • Lazzaza
  • Madahil
  • al-Malikiyya
  • Mallaha
  • al-Manshiyya
  • al-Mansura
  • Mansurat al-Khayt
  • Marus
  • Mirun
  • al-Muftakhira
  • Mughr al-Khayt
  • al-Muntar, Khirbat
  • al-Nabi Yusha'
  • al-Na'ima
  • Qabba'a
  • Qadas
  • Qaddita
  • Qaytiyya
  • al-Qudayriyya
  • al-Ras al-Ahmar
  • Sabalan
  • Safsaf
  • Saliha
  • al-Salihiyya
  • al-Sammu'i
  • al-Sanbariyya
  • Sa'sa'
  • al-Shawka al-Tahta
  • al-Shuna
  • Taytaba
  • Tulayl
  • al-'Ulmaniyya
  • al-'Urayfiyya
  • al-Wayziyya
  • Yarda
  • al-Zahiriyya al-Tahta
  • al-Zanghariyya
  • al-Zawiya
  • al-Zuq al-Fawqani
  • al-Zuq al-Tahtani

District of Tiberias

  • Awlam
  • al-Dalhamiyya
  • Ghuwayr Abu Shusha
  • Hadatha
  • al-Hamma
  • Hittin
  • Kafr Sabt
  • Lubya
  • Ma'dhar
  • al-Majdal
  • al-Manara
  • al-Manshiyya
  • al-Mansura
  • Nasir al-Din
  • Nimrin
  • al-Nuqayb
  • Samakh
  • al-Samakiyya
  • al-Samra
  • al-Shajara
  • al-Tabigha
  • al-'Ubaydiyya
  • Wadi al-Hamam
  • al-Wa'ra al-Sawda', Khirbat
  • Yaquq

District of Tulkaram

  • Bayt Lid, Khirbat
  • Bayyarat Hannun
  • Fardisya
  • Ghabat Kafr Sur
  • al-Jalama
  • Kafr Saba
  • al-Majdal, Khirbat
  • al-Manshiyya
  • Miska
  • Qaqun
  • Raml Zayta
  • Umm Khalid
  • Tabsur
  • Wadi al-Hawarith
  • Wadi Qabbani
  • al-Zababida, Khirbat
  • Zalafa, Khirbat

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