|• Arabic||بيت كاحل|
|• Also spelled||Bayt Kahil (official)
Beit Kaheel (unofficial)
|• Jurisdiction||5,795 dunams (5.8 km2 or 2.2 sq mi)|
|Name meaning||"House of Disbandment"|
Beit Kahil (Arabic: بيت كاحل) is a Palestinian town in the Hebron Governorate in the southern West Bank, located seven kilometers northwest of Hebron. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, Beit Kahil had a population of approximately 6,526 inhabitants in 2007. The population is made up of several clans, including al-Attawna, al-Assafra, al-Zuhoor, al-Judi, Barham and al-Khateeb. The town's total land area is 5,795 dunams.
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- SWP map 21
- Welcome To Bayt Kahil
- Beit Kahil Village (Fact Sheet)
- Beit Kahil Village Profile
- Beit Kahil Village Area Photo
- The priorities and needs for development in Beit Kahil village based on the community and local authorities’ assessment