|• Also spelled||A'nza (official)|
|• Type||Village Council|
|• Jurisdiction||4,740 dunams (4.7 km2 or 1.8 sq mi)|
Anzah or 'Anza (Arabic: عنزة) is a Palestinian village in the located 18 km southwest of the city of Jenin in the northern West Bank. Its total land area consists of 4,740 dunams of which nearly a 1/4 is covered with olive orchards. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the town had a population of 2,006 inhabitants in mid-year 2006.
The village has six major families: Obaid, Sadaqa, Barahmeh, Ataya, Khader, and Omour.
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