|Date of depopulation||22–23 October 1948|
|Cause(s) of depopulation||Military assault by Yishuv forces|
|Current localities||Gal On|
Ra'na (Arabic: رعنة) was a village located approximately 26 km northwest of Hebron. It was occupied by the Israeli army during Operation Yo'av in October 1948. It was one of 16 villages in the Hebron district that were depopulated.
In the late nineteenth century, Ra'na was described as a village built of stone and mud, and it had a pool and gardens.
Ra'na was classified as hamlet by the Palestine Index Gazetteer. In 1944/45 a total of 5,882 dunums of land was planted with cereals, while 112 dunums were irrigated or used for orchards. Grain was the dominant crop, but during the final year of the British Mandate of Palestine, the villagers also grew grapes, carob and olives.
1948, and after
The Palestinian historian Walid Khalidi describes that the site of the village in 1992: "The site is fenced in with barbed wire and is overgrown in part by cactuses, especially where there is limestone soil, and by carob trees. No houses or rubble remains." 
People from Ra'na
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