Demographics of the Palestinian territories
This article is about the demographic features of the population of the area which is commonly described as Palestinian territories and includes information on ethnicity, education level, health of th...
Demographics of the Palestinian territories - Wikipedia
Samaritan
The Samaritans (Samaritan Hebrew: שוֹ‏מְרִים Samerim "Guardians/Keepers/Watchers [of the Law/Torah]", Jewish Hebrew: שומרונים‎ Shomronim, Arabic: السامريون‎ Sāmeriyyūn) are an ethnorel...
Samaritan - Wikipedia
Al-Hamra, Baysan
Al-Hamra (Arabic: الحمرا‎) was a Palestinian Arab village in the District of Baysan. It was located 7.5 kilometres south of Baysan. It was depopulated by the Israeli Army during the 1948 Ara...
Al-Mawasi
Al-Mawasi (Arabic: المواصي‎) is a Bedouin Palestinian town on the southern coast of the Gaza Strip, approximately one kilometer wide and fourteen kilometers long, that prior to Israel's unil...
Dom people
The Dom (also called "Doma" and "Domi"; Arabic: دومي‎ / ALA-LC: Dūmī , دومري / Dūmrī ; Egyptian Arabic: هناجره Hanagra ) of the Middle East, North Africa, Caucasus, Ce...
Hananiah (Samaritan)
Hananiah ben Sanballat was hereditary governor of Samaria under the Achaemenid Empire. He reigned during the mid fourth century BCE. He was the son of Sanballat II and is mentioned in the Elephantine ...
Al-Khadra Mosque
Al-Khadra Mosque (Arabic: مسجد الخضرة‎, transliteration: Masjid al-Khadra, translation: "the Green Mosque") also known as Hizn Sidna Yaq'ub Mosque (trans. Sadness of our Lord Jacob) is a mos...
Al-Khadra Mosque - Wikipedia
Delos Synagogue
The synagogue of Delos, Greece, is the oldest synagogue known today, its origin dating between 150 and 128 BCE. The building’s most recent use is widely agreed to have been an assembly hall for Jews o...
Armenian Quarter
The Armenian Quarter (Armenian: հայկական թաղամաս, haykakan t’aġamas; Arabic: حارة الأرمن‎, Harat al-Arman; Hebrew: הַרֹבַע הַאַרְמֶנִי, HaRova HaArmeni) is one of the four quarters of th...
Armenian Quarter - Wikipedia
Nawar people
The Nawar (Gypsie/Roma people) constitute a minor ethnic group in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and are also to be found in Jerusalem, Gaza, the West Bank, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and S...
Abu Sa'id al-Afif
Abu Sa'id al-Afif was a Samaritan physician in fifteenth century Cairo.
Anastasius of Samaria
Anastasius (Greek: Αναστάσιος) was a Byzantine official, active in the reign of Justin II (r. 565–578). He held the positions of magister officiorum and quaestor sacri palatii. He seems to have di...
Justa (rebel)
Justa (or Justasa and Justasus) was elected by Samaritans as their king during the 484 CE Samaritan revolt. Following his ascent in Samaria, he moved on Caesarea, where a noteworthy Samaritan communit...
Amram ibn Salameh
Amram ibn Salameh ibn Ghazal ha-Kohen ha-Levi was a Samaritan liturgical poet of late antiquity. A number of prayers by him are incorporated in a liturgy, a fragment of which is in the Bodleian Librar...
Kiryat Luza
Kiryat Luza (Hebrew: קרית לוזה‎, Arabic: قرية لوزة‎) is a Samaritan village on Mount Gerizim near Nablus, West Bank under joint Israeli and Palestinian control. It is the last wholly S...
Kasi (Pashtun tribe)
The Kasi (Pashto: کاسي‎) or Kansi (Pashto: کانسي‎) are a Pashtun supertribe from the Sarban tribal confederacy, primarily found in the Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Palestine, and I...
Kasi (Pashtun tribe) - Wikipedia
Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem
The Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem also known as the Armenian Patriarchate of Sts. James (Armenian: Առաքելական Աթոռ Սրբոց Յակովբեանց Յերուսաղեմ Aṙak’yelakan At’voṙ Srboc’ Yakovbeanc’ Yerusaġem...
Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem - Wikipedia
Atef Abu Bilal
Atef Abu Bilal (Arabic: عاطف ابو بلال‎) is a Palestinian footballer currently playing for Shabab Al-Khaleel as a winger. He received his first call up to the Palestine national football tea...