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This is a list of cities and towns in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, the two territories that make up the Palestinian territories. The areas are disputed, and the permanent political status of the two areas are pending further negotiations. Download high resolution version (330x715, 22 KB)Replacement map of the West Bank from CIA Factbook - public domain This image has been released into the public domain by the copyright holder, its copyright has expired, or it is ineligible for copyright. ... Download high resolution version (330x715, 22 KB)Replacement map of the West Bank from CIA Factbook - public domain This image has been released into the public domain by the copyright holder, its copyright has expired, or it is ineligible for copyright. ... A map of the Gaza Strip showing key towns and neighbouring countries. ... A map of the Gaza Strip showing key towns and neighbouring countries. ... The West Bank The Gaza Strip The term Palestinian territories is used by many mainstream Western journalists as a collective name for the West Bank and the Gaza Strip — two territories in Palestine. ...


West Bank

  • Ari'el (אריאל) (jewish settlement)
  • Beit Jala (بيت جالا)
  • Betar Illit (בית"ר עילית)(jewish settlement)
  • Bethlehem (بيت لحم/בית לחם)
  • Efrat (אפרת)(jewish settlement)
  • Giv'at Ze'ev (גבעת זאב)(jewish settlement)
  • Gush Etzion (גוש עציון)(jewish settlement)
  • Hebron (الخليل/חברון)
  • Jenin (جنين)
  • Jericho (أريحا/יריחו)
  • Ma'ale Adummim (מעלה אדומים)(jewish settlement)
  • Modi'in Illit (מודיעין עלית)(jewish settlement)
  • Nablus ( نابلس;שׁכם)
  • Qalqilya (قلقيلية/קלקיליה)
  • Qarne Shomron (קרני שומרון)(jewish settlement)
  • Qiryat Arba (קרית־ארבע)(jewish settlement)
  • Ramallah (رم اﷲ/רמאללה)
  • Ţūlkarm (טולכרם ) ( طولكرم )
  • Al Quds (Jerusalem) (Status disputed) (القدس/ירושלים)

Houses in Ariel, Samaria Ariel (אריאל) is an Israeli city in Samaria (Northern West Bank). ... Beit Jala (Arabic: بيت جالا, possibly from Aramaic pile of stones) is a small town in Palestine. ... Betar Illit (ביתר עילית; unofficially also spelled Beitar Illit) is an Israeli settlement in the Gush Etzion, Judea, region of the West Bank. ... The Church of the Nativity, a Bethlehem Landmark Bethlehem (Arabic بيت لحم Bayt Laḥm house of meat; Standard Hebrew בית לחם house of bread, Bet léḥem / Bet láḥem; Tiberian Hebrew Bêṯ léḥem / Bêṯ lāḥem) is a city on the West Bank and a hub of Palestinian cultural and tourism... Efrat is an Israeli settlement in Judea (the Southern West Bank), located south of Jerusalem, between the Biblical cities of Bethlehem and Hebron. ... Givat Zeev (גבעת זאב) is an Israeli settlement in the Samaria region of the West Bank, just to the north of Jerusalem. ... Gush Etzion is a group of Israeli settlements in the Northern Judea region of the West Bank. ... Hebron (Arabic   الخليل? al-ḪalÄ«l; Hebrew   חֶבְרוֹן?, Standard Hebrew Ḥevron, Tiberian Hebrew Ḥeḇrôn: derived from the word friend) is a town in the southern West Bank (in an area known in Israel as Judea) of around 100,000 Palestinians and 500 Israeli settlers. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Jericho (Arabic   أريحا[?]; ʼArīḥā; Hebrew   יְרִיחוֹ[?]; Standard Hebrew YÉ™riḥo; Tiberian Hebrew YÉ™rîḫô, YÉ™rîḥô) is a town in the West Bank, near the west bank of the Jordan River. ... Maale Adummim (מעלה אדומים; unofficially also spelled Maale Adumim) is an Israeli settlement in the Judea region of the West Bank, east of Jerusalem. ... Modiin Illit (מודיעין עלית) is an Israeli settlement in Samaria (Northern West Bank). ... Nāblus (sometimes Nābulus; Arabic: نابلس; pronounced Naablus) ( Hebrew שכם pronounced Shkhem ); 32°13′ N 35°16′ E) is a major city in the West Bank and, with a population of over 100,000, is one of the largest Palestinian population centers in the Middle East. ... Qalqīlyah (Arabic قلقيلية; Standard Hebrew קלקיליה Qalqilya) is an Arab city in the West Bank. ... Qarne Shomron (קרני שומרון) is an Israeli settlement in the West Bank. ... Qiryat Arba or Kiryat Arba (קרית־ארבע Town of the Four [Giants] , Standard Hebrew Qiryat Arbaʿ, Tiberian Hebrew Qiryaṯ-ʾarbaʿ; KJV Bible Kirjath-arba) is an Israeli settlement adjoining the city of Hebron. ... Mughtaribeen Circle in downtown Ramallah Ramallah (Arabic:   رام الله)? is a Palestinian city of approximately 57,000 residents. ... City nickname: City of Generosity Location Location in Palestine Government Neighbourhoods Al-Salam, Al-Sowana, Dhinnaba, Iktaba, Irtah, Iskan Al-Mozafeen, Izbat Al-Jarad, Izbat Naser, Nur Shams Camp, Shuwaykah, Tulkarm Camp Mayor Mahmoud Al-Jallad Physical characteristics Area      Land      Water 246 km²      246 km²      0 km² Population      Total (2005... For other uses, see Jerusalem (disambiguation). ...

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West Bank Summary (3462 words)
The West Bank is a landlocked territory on the west bank of the Jordan River in the Middle East.
Located west and south-west of the Jordan River in the eastern part of the Palestine region in the Middle East, it is bordered by Israel to the west, north, and south, and by Jordan to the east.
The population of the West Bank is predominantly Palestinian (84%) with a significant minority of Jewish settlers.
West Bank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2894 words)
The West Bank (Arabic الضفة الغربية) is a landlocked territory on the west bank of the Jordan River in the Middle East.
Located west and south-west of the Jordan River in the eastern part of the Palestine region in the Middle East, it is bordered by Israel to the west, north, and south, and by Jordan to the east.
The population of the West Bank is predominantly Palestinian (84%) with a significant minority of Jewish settlers.
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