Tarbikha


Tarbikha

Tarbikha was a Palestinian town that was captured by Israel during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war.

Tarbikha
DistrictDistrict of Acre
Location27 km northeast of Acre
Israeli occupation dateNovember, 1948
Israeli military operationOperation Hiram
Israeli attacking brigadeOded Brigade
Remaining population after occupation0
Remaining structures after occupation21 stone houses
Population
1596 1931 1945
88 674 1,000
Number of houses1931: 149
Historical names
Canaanite name n/a
Roman name n/a
Crusader name n/a
Israeli localitiesShomera, Even Menachem, Shtula, Zar'it
Public structuresTwo mosques, one school

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External links and references

* http://www.palestineremembered.com/Acre/Tarbikha/index.html


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