|• Arabic||جحر الديك|
|• Also spelled||Juhar ad-Deek (official)|
|• Type||Village council|
Juhor ad-Dik (Arabic: جحر الديك) is a Palestinian village in the Gaza Governorate, south of Gaza City, in the central Gaza Strip. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS), the village had a population of 3,200 inhabitants in 2006. In the 1997 census by the PCBS, Palestinian refugees made up 72.3% of the population which at the time was 2,275.
Thirteen residents, including at least two children were killed and 18 others wounded, some seriously, when Israeli tanks fired on a mosque and two houses at the village on April 16, 2008. During Israel's invasion of the Gaza Strip in 2008-09, Israeli troops and Palestinian militiamen battled frequently in Juhor ad-Dik.
- Projected Mid -Year Population for Gaza Governorate by Locality 2004- 2006 Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS).
- Palestinian Population by Locality and Refugee Status Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS).
- Israel bombs mosque, kills 13, wounds 18 Ma'an News Agency. 2008-04-16.
- Palestinian fighters kill Israeli soldier, claim extensive action throughout Gaza Ma'an News Agency. 2009-01-08.