Beit Ta'mir

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Beit Ta'mir
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 • Arabic خربة بيت تعمر
Beit Ta'mir is located in the Palestinian territories
Beit Ta'mir
Beit Ta'mir
Location of Beit Ta'mir within the Palestinian territories
Coordinates: 31°40′17.93″N 35°13′35.36″E / 31.6716472°N 35.2264889°E / 31.6716472; 35.2264889Coordinates: 31°40′17.93″N 35°13′35.36″E / 31.6716472°N 35.2264889°E / 31.6716472; 35.2264889
Governorate Bethlehem
Government
 • Type Village Council
Population (2007)
 • Jurisdiction 1,229

Beit Ta'mir (Arabic: خربة بيت تعمر‎) is a Palestinian village located six kilometers southeast of Bethlehem.The town is in the Bethlehem Governorate central West Bank. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the village had a population of 1,229 in 2007.[1] The village is named after the 'Arab al-Ta'mira Bedouin tribe of the Bethlehem area, and along with Tuqu' and Za'atara form the 'Arab al-Ta'mira village cluster.

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