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Discover Al Jib in Palestinian Territory!

Al Jib in the region of West Bank with it's 4,505 habitants is a town located in Palestinian Territory - some 305 mi (or 492 km) South-East of East Jerusalem, the country's capital.

Map of the area of Al Jib in Palestinian Territory

Local time in Al Jib is now 07:44 PM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Hebron" with an UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Nicosia, Damascus, Amman, Tyre, Beirut or Givat Zeev. When in this area, you might want to check out as well. We found some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.

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Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast

29°C / 84 °F Sky is clear
Morning Temperature 19°C / 66 °F
Evening Temperature 26°C / 79 °F
Night Temperature 14°C / 57 °F
Chance of rainfall 0%
Air Humidity 64%
Air Pressure 1001 hPa
Wind Speed with 2 km/h (2 mph) from West
Cloud Conditions Clear sky, covering 0% of sky
General Conditions Sky is clear

Friday, 23rd of March 2018
Scattered clouds, calm.
Scattered clouds Day: 25°C (77 °F)
Night: 17°C (63 °F)
Saturday, 24th of March 2018
Overcast clouds, light breeze.
Overcast clouds Day: 20°C (69 °F)
Night: 13°C (56 °F)
Sunday, 25th of March 2018
Light rain, light breeze, clear sky.
Light rain Day: 21°C (71 °F)
Night: 11°C (52 °F)


Palestinian Embroidery Motifs: A Treasur...

02:09 min ( October 15, 2010 by rimalbooks)
Views: 2,257 - Rating: 5/5

Palestinian Embroidery Motifs A Treasury of Stitches 1850-1950. A book by Margarita Skinner in association with Widad Kawar Photography by Falak Shawwa The tradition of embroidery is one of the great ...

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01:24 min ( December 13, 2007 by Thomas Schlijper)
Views: 3,428 - Rating: 5/5

Thomas Schlijper, One man show, Ramallah, Lions Square, West Bank

Water & Salt

03:16 min ( May 12, 2012 by AlbaladStreet)
Views: 64,345 - Rating: 4.96098/5

"Water and Salt" ! The first drama show presented by "Al Balad Street" theater, in which it takes of streets its own space to create a moving theater where its members along with peop...

Ilham Al-Madfai - Rawabi Song

04:17 min ( March 17, 2012 by RawabiCity)
Views: 8,459 - Rating: 4.84/5

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Upcomming Local Events

A brief summary of interesting events comming up in Al Jib during the next days.



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Wholisitic Spiritual Permaculture Design Course

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16th International Meeting : Mediterranean Society Of Otology And Audiology

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Twist On Tour Seminar - Jerusalem, Israel

Beginning: 10:00 am (10:00).
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Interesting facts about this location

Palestinian territories

The Palestinian territories or occupied Palestinian territories (OPT or oPt) comprise the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. In 1993, following the Oslo Accords, parts of the territories politically came under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian National Authority (Areas A and B). In 2007, the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip violently split from the Palestinian Authority, governing the area of Gaza independently since.

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Located at 31.85, 35.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 2 mi away.
Tags:Disputed territories in Asia, Fertile Crescent, Geography of Israel, Geography of the Middle East, Israeli–Palestinian conflict, Levant, Palestinian territories, States and territories established in 1967, Western Asia

Ramot, Jerusalem

Ramot, also known as Ramot Alon, is a large neighborhood in northern East Jerusalem. The land was annexed by Israel after the Six-Day War, though that annexation has not been recognized internationally. Ramot is one of Jerusalem's ring neighborhoods. As Ramot was established in East Jerusalem, the international community considers it an Israeli settlement.

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Located at 31.85, 35.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Israeli settlements, Neighbourhoods of Jerusalem


Ramathaim-Zophim, also called Ramah and Ramatha in the Douay-Rheims, is a town that has been identified with the modern Neby Samwil, about 4 or 5 miles north-west of Jerusalem. But there is no certainty as to its precise locality. The home of Elkanah, Samuel’s father, the birthplace of Samuel and the seat of his authority, the town is frequently mentioned in the history of that prophet and of David . Here Samuel died and was buried .

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Located at 31.85, 35.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Hebrew Bible places


Gibeah is a place name appearing in several books of the Bible. It is generally identified with a hill in Jerusalem, on the outskirts of the Pisgat Ze'ev and Shuafat neighborhoods, known as Tell el-Ful. However, this identification was challenged by Israel Finkelstein in 2011.

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Located at 31.85, 35.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Hebrew Bible places

Shlomo Carlebach (musician)

Shlomo Carlebach, known as Reb Shlomo to his followers (14 January 1925 – 20 October 1994), was a Jewish rabbi, religious teacher, composer, and singer who was known as "The Singing Rabbi" during his lifetime. Although his roots lay in traditional Orthodox yeshivot, he branched out to create his own style combining Hasidic Judaism, warmth and personal interaction, public concerts, and song-filled synagogue services.

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Located at 31.85, 35.18 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 4 mi away.
Tags:1925 births, 1994 deaths, American Orthodox rabbis, Beth Medrash Govoha alumni, Burials at Har HaMenuchot, Carlebach family, Hasidic entertainers, Hasidic music, Hasidic singers, Hazzans, Jewish American musicians, Jewish composers and songwriters, Jewish entertainers, Jewish music, Judaism-related controversies, People from Berlin, People who emigrated to escape Nazism

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