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The name of the village, Aray, is derived from the Greek god of warfare, Ares.
Aray is a regional producer of grapes, olives, pines, and jujube.
Aray is a major producer of olive-oil and olive-oil soap as well as pine nuts.
Aray lies on a mountaintop, overlooking Jezzine and the Bkassine forest. Aray is rich in springs and streams, especially the Aray Stream, which is the principal tributary of the Awali river in South Lebanon.