Abu Dis

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ancient buildings

(PCBS) census, Abu Dees had a population of 10,782 in 2007. 2007 PCBS Census. Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. p. 116. History Abu Dees is situated on an ancient site, surrounded by deep valleys. Remains have been found of ancient buildings, cisterns, grape press (Wine press)es and caves, one with a columbarium. Ceramics from Late Roman


142

.142 mode 1up 142 By the old village mosque, known locally as ''Maqam Salah ad-Din'', there is a grave with a slab of marble, with a poem written in "elegant naskhi (Naskh (script)) script", dated to 1878. Sharon, 1997, pp. 1-2 In 1883, the Palestine Exploration Fund's ''Survey of Western Palestine'' described it as a "village


highly significant

a highly significant phase in the development, with indelible effects on the urban planning and development of the capital Your Financial News Source They state that Palestinian institutions in Abu Dis will be prevented from providing services to residents in the East Jerusalem suburbs, and that a 10-minute walk has become a 3-hour drive in order to reach a gate, to go (if allowed) through a crowded military checkpoint, and drive back to the destination on the other side. Israel and the Occupied Territories: The place of the fence wall in international law\n Amnesty International Resolves that, in view of its association with three world religions, the Jerusalem area, including the present municipality of Jerusalem plus the surrounding villages and towns, the most Eastern of which shall be Abu Dis; the most Southern, Bethlehem; the most Western, Ein Karim (Ein Kerem) (including also the built-up area of Motsa); and the most Northern, Shu'fat (Shuafat), should be accorded special and separate treatment (Corpus separatum (Jerusalem)) from the rest of Palestine and should be placed under effective United Nations control; The Attack Youssef Moughrabil, along with Muhataz Muhammed Abdallah Himouni and Marwan Saloum, planned and trained Andalib for the attack. Taleb Amr, known more commonly as Abu Ali, a Tanzim military activist supplied the weapons and the explosives for Andalib. Hours before the attack Andalib met with Himouni and Saloum to learn how to detonate the bomb. On Friday April 12, 2002 Andalib was driven to Abu Dis where she took a taxi to Jerusalem. From there Andalib went to the outside market Mahane Yehuda and detonated the bomb at a bus stop. Resolves that, in view of its association with three world religions, the Jerusalem area, including the present municipality of Jerusalem plus the surrounding villages and towns, the most Eastern of which shall be Abu Dis; the most Southern, Bethlehem; the most Western, Ein Karim (including also the built-up area of Motsa); and the most Northern, Shu'fat (Shuafat), should be accorded special and separate treatment from the rest of Palestine and should be placed under effective United Nations control;


jerusalem

vice_mayor Raed Rabee' '''Abu Dees''' or '''Abu Dis''' or '''Abu Deis''' ( ;) is a Palestinian (Palestinian territories) town in the Jerusalem Governorate of the Palestinian National Authority bordering Jerusalem. Since the 1995 Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Abu Dees has been part of "Area B", under joint Israeli and Palestinian control. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics

and Byzantine period has also been found. Dauphin, 1998, p. 906 The French explorer Victor Guérin thought Abu Dis was identical with ancient Bahurim, but this identification is not accepted today. McKenzie, John, Dictionary of the Bible, Simon & Schuster, 1995, p77 Ottoman era Abu Dees was one of the most populous villages in the Sanjak of Jerusalem during the 16th century, with a population of several hundred

by Muhammad al-Fakhuri at the request of three prominent villagers who complained to the ''qadi'' of Jerusalem. He remained in this position until 1563. In 1596 Abu Dees appeared in Ottoman tax registers (daftar) as being in the ''Nahiya'' of Quds of the ''Liwa (Liwa (Arabic))'' of Quds (Al-Quds). It had a population of 80 Muslim households, and paid taxes on wheat, barley, olive trees, vineyards, fruit trees, goats and or bee hives. ref>


play+place

and was elected to the Fatah Central Committee in August 1989. DATE OF BIRTH March 26, 1937 PLACE OF BIRTH Abu Dis, British Mandate for Palestine DATE OF DEATH thumb 250px Children's park overlooking Judean Desert (File:AZILAZON - CHILDRENS PLAY PLACE OPPOSITE MY HOUSE IN MAALE ADUMIM.jpg), Ma'ale Adumim Peace Now, an Israeli NGO, initially claimed that 86.4% of Ma'ale Adumim was privately owned Palestinian land, basing the figure on data leaked from


international series

title The Survey of Western Palestine: Memoirs of the Topography, Orography, Hydrography, and Archaeology location London publisher Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund (Palestine Exploration Fund) volume 3 * *


quot elegant

. 142 By the old village mosque, known locally as ''Maqam Salah ad-Din'', there is a grave with a slab of marble, with a poem written in "elegant naskhi (Naskh (script)) script", dated to 1878. Sharon, 1997, pp. 1-2 In 1883, the Palestine Exploration Fund's ''Survey of Western Palestine'' described it as a "village


childrens play

and was elected to the Fatah Central Committee in August 1989. DATE OF BIRTH March 26, 1937 PLACE OF BIRTH Abu Dis, British Mandate for Palestine DATE OF DEATH thumb 250px Children's park overlooking Judean Desert (File:AZILAZON - CHILDRENS PLAY PLACE OPPOSITE MY HOUSE IN MAALE ADUMIM.jpg), Ma'ale Adumim Peace Now, an Israeli NGO, initially claimed that 86.4% of Ma'ale Adumim was privately owned Palestinian land, basing the figure on data leaked from


advocacy+site

zeitschriftdesde01deut year 1879 '' External links *Abu Dees advocacy site *Al Quds University *Islamic Block in AlQuds University, Abu Dees *Welcome To Abu Dis *SWP map 17, IAA *


advocacy

zeitschriftdesde01deut year 1879 '' External links *Abu Dees advocacy site *Al Quds University *Islamic Block in AlQuds University, Abu Dees *Welcome To Abu Dis *SWP map 17, IAA *

Abu Dis

'''Abu Dees''' or '''Abu Dis''' or '''Abu Deis''' ( ;) is a Palestinian (Palestinian territories) town in the Jerusalem Governorate of the Palestinian National Authority bordering Jerusalem. Since the 1995 Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Abu Dees has been part of "Area B", under joint Israeli and Palestinian control. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) census, Abu Dees had a population of 10,782 in 2007. 2007 PCBS Census. Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. p. 116.

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