Abu Ghosh

Jewish and Arab settlement near Jerusalem

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Abu Ghosh — Infobox Municipality official name=Abu Ghosh imagesize=275 native name=أبو غوش אבו גוש established date= settlement type=Local council established date2= other name= (also אבו ע וש) altUnoSp= subdivision type= Country |subdivision name = Israel… …   Wikipedia

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  • Abu Ghosh —    An Arab village west of Jerusalem on the road to Tel Aviv whose inhabitants were known for their friendly relations with their Jewish neighbors. During Israel s War of Independence (1948 49), they did not participate in the fighting …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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  • Bayt Naqquba — ( ar. بيت نقّوبة , also known as Bait Naqquba) was a Palestinian village in British Mandate Palestine, located 9.5 kilometers west of Jerusalem, near Abu Ghosh. Before Palmach and Haganah troops occupied the village during Operation Nachshon on… …   Wikipedia

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