Beit Ula

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Beit Ulla
Other transcription(s)
 • Arabic بيت أولا
 • Also spelled Beit Ulla (official)
Bayt Aula (unofficial)
Beit Ulla is located in the Palestinian territories
Beit Ulla
Beit Ulla
Location of Beit Ulla within the Palestinian territories
Coordinates: 31°35′45.63″N 35°01′43.54″E / 31.5960083°N 35.0287611°E / 31.5960083; 35.0287611Coordinates: 31°35′45.63″N 35°01′43.54″E / 31.5960083°N 35.0287611°E / 31.5960083; 35.0287611
Governorate Hebron
Government
 • Type Municipality
Area
 • Jurisdiction 22,432 dunams (22.4 km2 or 8.6 sq mi)
Population (2007)
 • Jurisdiction 10,885

Beit Ula (Arabic: بيت أولا‎) is a Palestinian town in the Hebron Governorate, located ten kilometers northwest of Hebron, in the southern West Bank. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the town had a population of 10,885 inhabitants in 2007.[1]

Beit Ula has a total land area of 22,432 dunams, of which 74.5% is located in Area B (Palestinian National Authority (PNA) is in control of civil affairs and Israel's responsible for security) and 25.5% is located in Area C (complete Israeli control).[2]

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