Synonyms for sisiniyah or Related words with sisiniyah

urayfiyya              daminah              dirbashiyya              trgee              nakheal              mujazzel              ghizlaniyah              fudayl              ulmaniyya              qudayriyya              huwayz              mukbl              yazeedi              alrisha              bayyadiyah              ayyubiyah              masriyah              mushannaf              buwaida              amthal              zarkoshi              japri              kunayyisa              dalhamiyya              kulafah              bahluliyah              shemmari              fadghami              dabaah              khaznawi              qadisia              matriah              sahuir              ghariya              matammah              khamrat              kahrabaiya              hunsun              mureef              sahifat              dirdara              mogahwi              hamrani              bilaliyah              jubour              jaznai              ghazzawiyya              safiriyya              daqhaliya              sawalima             



Examples of "sisiniyah"
Al-Tulay'i (, also spelled Tli'i) is a village in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Tartus Governorate, located southeast of Tartus. Nearby localities include Buwaydet al-Suwayqat to the north, al-Sisiniyah and al-Mitras to the northeast, Arzuna to the south, Kafr Fo to the southwest and al-Safsafah to the west. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), al-Sisiniyah had a population of 2,123 in the 2004 census. Its inhabitants are predominantly Alawites.
Al-Sisiniyah (, also spelled Sisnyeh) is a town in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Tartus Governorate, located southeast of Tartus. Nearby localities include Safita to the north, al-Bariqiyah to the northeast, Habnamrah and Marmarita to the east, al-Zarah to the southeast, al-Tulay'i to the southwest, Buwaydet al-Suwayqat to the west and Beit al-Shaykh Yunes to the northwest. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), al-Sisiniyah had a population of 2,667 in the 2004 census. It is the administrative center of the al-Sisiniyah "nahiyah" ("sub-district") which consisted of 19 localities with a collective population of 22,018 in 2004. The town's inhabitants are a mix of Alawites and Christians, with each community having its own "mukhtar" ("village head").
Zok al-Turkman (, ) or Al-Mitras (, also spelled Mtrass) is a village in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Tartus Governorate, located southeast of Tartus. Nearby localities include Marmarita and Zweitina to the east, al-Zarah to the southeast, al-Tulay'i to the southwest, al-Sisiniyah to the west and al-Bariqiyah to the north. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), al-Mitras had a population of 2,138 in the 2004 census. Its inhabitants are predominantly Sunni Muslims.
Burj al-Arab (, also known as Ain al-'Arab) is a village in northwestern Syria, administratively part of the Homs Governorate, located west of Homs and just north of Lebanon. Nearby localities include al-Tulay'i to the west, al-Sisiniyah to the northwest, al-Mitras to the north, Zweitinah to the northeast, Tell Hawsh to the east and Burj al-Maksur to the south. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Burj al-Arab had a population of 1,434 in the 2004 census.