Jenin

Jenin (je'nēn) , town (2003 est. pop. 34,000), West Bank, at the southern entrance to the Esdraelon Valley and on the northern edge of the Samarian Highlands. It is an important crossroads, urban center, and market town and is also the site of a large Palestinian refugee camp. The town's e...
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Jenin

==Etymology== Jenin was known in ancient times as the village of `Ein-Jenin` or `Tel Jenin`. Tell Jenin, is located at the center of what is today Jenin`s business district. The word ``ayn` means `water spring` in Hebrew and the word `Jenin` might be related to the Arabic word جنّة (janna), which means `garden`.{citation needed|d...
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