Hajjah ( Arabic: ) is a حجة Palestinian village in the northern West Bank, located eighteen kilometers west of Nablus in the Qalqilya Governorate. Hajjah is originally an Aramaic word translated as "market" or "society". According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the town had a population of approximately 2,500 inhabitants in mid-year 2006. [1 ]
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