Bosra

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Buṣrā '', also spelled '''Bostra''', '''Busrana''', '''Bozrah''', '''Bozra''' and officially known '''Busra al-Sham''' ) is a town in southern Syria, administratively belonging to the Daraa District of the Daraa Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (Central Bureau of Statistics (Syria)) (CBS), Bosra had a population of 19,683 in the 2004 census. It is the administrative center of the ''nahiyah'' ("

;subdistrict") of Bosra which consisted of nine localities with a collective population of 33,839 in 2004. General Census of Population and Housing 2004. Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (Central Bureau of Statistics (Syria)) (CBS). Daraa Governorate. Bosra's inhabitants are predominantly Sunni Muslims, although the town has a small Shia Muslim


Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

, Eskişehir, Ankara, Kütahya and Konya; the Jaffa–Jerusalem railway (1892); the Beirut-Damascus railway (Rail transport in Lebanon) (1895); the Baghdad Railway (1904) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo and Baghdad; the Jezreel Valley railway (1905) which operated between Acre (Acre, Israel), Haifa, Bosra, Hauran, Yagur, Daraa, Samakh (Samakh, Tiberias), Beit She'an and Silat ad-Dhahr; the Hejaz Railway (1908


Tulkarm

, Adapazarı, Bilecik, Eskişehir, Ankara, Kütahya and Konya; the Jaffa–Jerusalem railway (1892); the Beirut-Damascus railway (Rail transport in Lebanon) (1895); the Baghdad Railway (1904) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo and Baghdad; the Jezreel Valley railway (1905) which operated between Acre (Acre, Israel), Haifa, Bosra, Hauran, Yagur, Daraa, Samakh (Samakh, Tiberias), Beit She'an and Silat ad

and Australian, British, Indian and New Zealand, Light Horse, mounted Yeomanry (Yeomanry), Lancers and Mounted Rifle (Mounted Riflemen) brigades. They campaigned across the Jordan River to Amman in the east and northwards to capture Nablus and Tulkarm in the Judean Hills, and followed the Mediterranean coast into the Jezreel Valley (Esdraelon Plain), where Afula, Jenin and Nazareth were captured, along with Daraa east of the Jordan River on the Hejaz


Afula

), where Afula, Jenin and Nazareth were captured, along with Daraa east of the Jordan River on the Hejaz railway. Semakh and Tiberias on the Sea of Gallilee, were captured on the way northwards to Damascus and Aleppo. The Armistice of Mudros was signed on 30 October, when two and a half Ottoman armies had been defeated and captured. '''Megiddo Airport''' (known as '''Shachar 7''' by the Israel Defense Forces) , is an Israeli


Adapazarı

(1905) which operated between Acre (Acre, Israel), Haifa, Bosra, Hauran, Yagur, Daraa, Samakh (Samakh, Tiberias), Beit She'an and Silat ad-Dhahr; the Hejaz Railway (1908) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo, Damascus, Amman, Tabuk (Tabuk, Saudi Arabia) and Medina; the Eastern Railway (Eastern Railway (Israel)) (1915) which operated between Tulkarm and Lod; and the Beersheba Railway (Railway to Beersheba) (1915) which


Arabia Petraea

First as part of the Diocese of the East, Arabia turned a frontline of Byzantine-Sassanid Wars. In the 5th or 6th century it was transformed into Palaestina Salutaris. Episcopal sees Ancient episcopal sees of the Roman province of Arabia listed in the ''Annuario Pontificio'' as titular sees: ''Annuario Pontificio 2013'' (Libreria Editrice Vaticana 2013 ISBN 978-88-209-9070-1), "Sedi titolari", pp. 819-1013


Giurgiu

between Acre (Acre, Israel), Haifa, Bosra, Hauran, Yagur, Daraa, Samakh (Samakh, Tiberias), Beit She'an and Silat ad-Dhahr; the Hejaz Railway (1908) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo, Damascus, Amman, Tabuk (Tabuk, Saudi Arabia) and Medina; the Eastern Railway (Eastern Railway (Israel)) (1915) which operated between Tulkarm and Lod; and the Beersheba Railway (Railway to Beersheba) (1915) which connected Nahal Sorek


Constanța

; the Jaffa–Jerusalem railway (1892); the Beirut-Damascus railway (Rail transport in Lebanon) (1895); the Baghdad Railway (1904) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo and Baghdad; the Jezreel Valley railway (1905) which operated between Acre (Acre, Israel), Haifa, Bosra, Hauran, Yagur, Daraa, Samakh (Samakh, Tiberias), Beit She'an and Silat ad-Dhahr; the Hejaz Railway (1908) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo


Ruse, Bulgaria

); the Baghdad Railway (1904) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo and Baghdad; the Jezreel Valley railway (1905) which operated between Acre (Acre, Israel), Haifa, Bosra, Hauran, Yagur, Daraa, Samakh (Samakh, Tiberias), Beit She'an and Silat ad-Dhahr; the Hejaz Railway (1908) which operated between Istanbul, Konya, Adana, Aleppo, Damascus, Amman, Tabuk (Tabuk, Saudi Arabia) and Medina; the Eastern Railway (Israel


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