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River by Hisah
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Hisah (Hokr el Haïssa, Hayssa, El Haïssa, Hisa, Arabic: حيصا) is a northern Lebanese village in Akkar Governorate, close to the Syrian border. It is mostly inhabited by Alawites and Sunni Muslims.
- Hokr el Haïssa (Approved) at GEOnet Names Server, United States National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- Staff (31 July 2008). "Lebanon: Displaced families struggle on both sides of sectarian divide". RefWorld. United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR). Archived from the original on 19 October 2012.
- Mohammed Ali Hussein, mayor of Hisa, estimates around 500 Allawi families have had their homes damaged and perhaps half of all Jebel Mohsen’s 50,000 residents have been displaced. Macleod, Hugh; Aysha, Rami (17 August 2008). "A perfect storm in Tripoli". The Sunday Herald. Archived from the original on 2 August 2010.
- "Municipal and ikhtiyariah elections in Northern Lebanon" (PDF). The Monthly. March 2010. p. 21. Archived from the original on 3 June 2016. Retrieved 4 November 2016.
- JPRS Report: Near East & South Asia: Lebanon (JPRS-NEA-91-051) (PDF), Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS), United States Government, 21 August 1991
- Meanwhile, up to 12 people are reported to have been killed in an Israeli air strike on a bridge in Balenat al-Hissa in northern Lebanon, near the Syrian border. Staff (12 August 2006). "Olmert approves widening of offensive". RTÉ News.
- Shams, Doha (3 January 2013). "A World of Outsiders in Lebanon’s Akkar". Al-Akhbar. Beirut, Lebanon.
- Hayssa, Localiban
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