Kafr Zibad (Arabic: كفر زيباد) is a Palestinian village in the Tulkarm Governorate in the eastern West Bank, located 17 kilometers South of Tulkarm.The name of Kafr Zibad as thought originally from Zabad, it's Semite name which means generosity, Kafr Zibad had a population of approximately 1,306 inhabitants in mid-year 2006. 19% of the population of Kafr Zibad were refugees in 1991. The healthcare and education facilities for the surrounding villages are based in Kafr Zibad, Kafr Zibad secondary school one of the best school in the region. There is historical mosque from Khalifa Omar Ibn Alkhattab period, further more there are police center and Sport club. The facilities are designated as MOH level 2.
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