Qaouzah (Arabic: القوزح) is a Lebanese village located in the Caza of Bint Jbeil in the Nabatiye Governorate in Lebanon.
Qaouzah occupies a hill with elevation ranging from 700 to 800 meters above sea level. The main agricultural products of Qaouzah are olive, carob and tobacco.
The people of Qaouzah are Lebanese and are almost exclusive Maronite Christians.
In July 2006, Qaouzah, like other villages that string Lebanon's southern border, such as Ain Ebel, Debel, Rmaich, and Yaroun, was caught in the crossfire of Hezbollah and the Israeli army.
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