|• Arabic||مخيّم العروبة|
|• Latin||al-'Arrub (official)|
|State||State of Palestine|
|• Type||Refugee Camp (from 1950)|
|• Total||240 dunams (0.24 km2 or 0.09 sq mi)|
|• Density||44,000/km2 (110,000/sq mi)|
al-Arroub (Arabic: مخيّم العروب, lit. 'Camp al-'Arrub') is a Palestinian refugee camp located in the southern West Bank along the Hebron-Jerusalem road in the Hebron Governorate. al-Arroub is 15 kilometers south of Bethlehem, with a total land area of 240 dunums.
In 2002, two schools were built in the camp: the Arroup Secondary School for boys, and another school for girls.
On 11 November 2019, Omar Badawi (22) was shot dead by Israeli troops in a nearby alley as he stepped out of his house with a towel to dowse a small fire nearby set off by a Molotov cocktail thrown by youths in the direction of the soldiers who had entered the camp. A video filmed the event. An IDF investigation as of November 2021 has yet to come to a conclusion.
- Perlmann, Joel (November 2011 – February 2012). "The 1967 Census of the West Bank and Gaza Strip: A Digitized Version" (PDF). Levy Economics Institute. Retrieved 24 June 2016.
- Arroub Refugee Camp United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)
- 'Localities in Hebron Governorate by Type of Locality and Population Estimates, 2007-2016 ,' Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, 2016.
- Gideon Levy, Alex Levac, 'What the Israeli army does to soldiers who shoot Palestinians,' Haaretz 19 November 2021
- Welcome To al-'Arrub Refugee Camp
- Al 'Arrub Refugee Camp (Fact Sheet), Applied Research Institute–Jerusalem (ARIJ)
- Al 'Arrub Refugee Camp Profile, ARIJ
- Al 'Arrub Refugee Camp aerial photo, ARIJ
- The priorities and needs for development in Al 'Arrub camp based on the community and local authorities’ assessment, ARIJ
- Arroub refugee camp, UNWRA