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The Yarmouk River (or Yarmuk River) is the largest tributary of the Jordan River.
Yarmouk or Yarmuk may also refer to:
- Battle of Yarmouk, a major battle between Arab Muslim forces and the armies of the Eastern Roman-Byzantine Empire in 636.
- Yarmukian Culture, a Neolithic archaeological culture of the ancient Levant
- Yarmouk munitions factory explosion, an alleged Israeli air strike against a munitions factory in Sudan in October 2012.
- Al-Yarmouk SC Aleppo, a Syrian professional sports-football club founded in 1925
- Al-Yarmouk FC Amman, a Jordanian football club founded in 1959
- Al Yarmouk Kuwait, a Kuwaiti professional sports-football club founded in 1965
- Al Yarmuk Al Rawda, a Yemeni football club founded in 1978
- Al-Yarmouk (Libya), a Libya football club
- Al-Yarmouk Teaching Hospital, a hospital and part of a medical college, founded in 1964 in Baghdad, Iraq
- Yarmouk University, a state university founded in 1976 in Irbid, Jordan
- Al Yarmouk University College, a private Iraqi university founded in 1996 in Diyala
- Yarmouk, Damascus, commonly known as Yarmouk camp, a district in Damascus populated by Palestinian refugees
- Yarmouk, Baghdad, an upscale neighborhood in Iraq
- Yarmouk, Kuwait, a suburb of the capital of Kuwait
- Yarmuk Jamaat, an Islamic extremist organization connected to numerous terrorist attacks, according to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation.
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