Synonyms for al_gharbi or Related words with al_gharbi

al_lubban              hajar              iqlim              gharbi              tahtani              al_sharqiyah              qasr_al_hayr              jabal_al              جبل              shuyukh              kafr              jabal              zawiyat              khalidiyah              dayr              ahmar              dayr_al              fawqa              hisn              bustan              basatin              qash              sabkhat              fawqani              qasab              gharb              deir_el              khirbat_al              al_bayda              nayrab              sharqiya              zahran              ansariyah              kherbet              وادي              deir              qalaa              hamidiya              daraj              tuffah              izra              khudr              jawlan              tell_hamis              kafr_el              esh_sheikh              hamah              al_saghir              amran              al_faraj             



Examples of "al_gharbi"
Mafkar al-Gharbi () is a Syrian village located in Barri Sharqi Subdistrict in Salamiyah District, Hama. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Mafkar al-Gharbi had a population of 803 in the 2004 census.
Deir al-Gharbi () is a Syrian village located in Maarrat al-Nu'man Nahiyah in Maarrat al-Nu'man District, Idlib. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Deir al-Gharbi had a population of 1892 in the 2004 census.
Barri al-Gharbi () is a Syrian village located in Barri Sharqi Subdistrict in Salamiyah District, Hama. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Barri al-Gharbi had a population of 627 in the 2004 census.
Al-Barr al-Gharbi (The Western Bank of the Nile) presented in 1964, published in 1985.
Al-Saahil al-Gharbi is a Basic People's Congress administrative division of Benghazi, Libya.
al-Gharbi Amran heads a Yemeni literary club called el-Maqah.
After the Six-Day War in 1967, Al-Lubban al-Gharbi has been under Israeli occupation.
Ali Al-Gharbi is a district of the Maysan Governorate, Iraq.
Jabal al Gharbi ( "Al Ǧabal al Gharbi", ) is one of the districts of Libya. It is named after the Nafusa Mountains. It was formed in 2007 from the former districts of Yafran, Gharyan and Mizda. From 1995 to 1998 Jabal al Gharbi also existed as a "Baladiyah". Jabal al Gharbi borders Sirte and Misrata to the east, Murqub to the northeast, Jafara and Zawiya to the north, Nuqat al Khams to the northwest, Nalut to the west, Tripoli to the north, Wadi al Shatii to the south and Jufra to the southeast.
There was a civil war between the tribes and peasants of the Jabal al Gharbi District from 1920 to 1922.
Tabaqa or Toubga () is a town in Jabal al Gharbi District in Libya. It is just west of Gharbiya.
The CEPR’s affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood is suggested by the strong ties of two of its trustees - Anwar al-Gharbi and Mazen Kahel - with the global movement.
The Lisan al-Gharbi was the official language of the Barghawata Confederacy, and the idiom used in Salih ibn Tarif's "indigenous Qur'an".
Gaddafi's troops launched an artillery bombardment against rebel-held areas in the Jabal al Gharbi district in the Nafusa Mountains, leaving 110 rebels and civilians dead.
Mizda was one of the districts of Libya. In the 2007 reorganization of Libyan districts its territory became part of Jabal al Gharbi District.
Al-Lubban al-Gharbi has also been identified with the Crusader "Luban", or "Oliban", mentioned in connection with nearby Casale St. Maria.
Nalut ( "Nālūt", "Lalūt") is one of the districts of Libya. Its capital is the city of Nalut. The second most notable city is Ghadames. To the north and west, Nalut district borders Tunisia (Medenine and Tataouine Governatorates) and Algeria. Domestically, it borders Nuqat al Khams - northeast, Jabal al Gharbi in the east and Wadi al Shatii in south. In 2007, Nalut District was enlarged to include the Ghadames District, while the eastern part of former Nalut was moved to Jabal al Gharbi.
The Wadi Ghan Dam is a rock-fill embankment dam located on Wadi Al-Hira, northeast of Gharyan in the Jabal al Gharbi District of Libya. Completed in 1982, the primary purpose of the dam is water supply for irrigation.
The Wadi Mejenin Dam is an embankment dam located on Wadi Mejenin, south of Tripoli in the Jabal al Gharbi District of Libya. Completed in 1972, the primary purpose of the dam is water supply for irrigation and flood control.
The population in 1945 was 980 Muslims. al-Batani al-Gharbi had an elementary school for boys founded in 1947 and it had an initial enrollment of 119 students. The village had one mosque.