Bizziriya or Bazzariya ( Arabic: بزاريا) is a Palestinian village in the West Bank, located 20 kilometers northwest of Nablus at the northernmost point of the Nablus Governorate. It is situated in a valley, having an altitude of 460 meters above sea level. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, Bizziriya had a population of over 2,252 inhabitants in 2007. In 1997, 7.3% of Bizziriya's residents were [1 ] refugees. The village's prominent families are Hamad, Hassan, Awad and Salem. [2 ]
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