Majdal

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Majdal (Arabic: مجدل‎‎, meaning "tower") is a common place name in Israel, Syria and Palestine and can refer to:

Israel[edit]

  • al-Majdal or al-Majdal Asqalan, a Palestinian village depopulated in 1948, now part of Ashkelon in Israel
  • al-Majdal, Tiberias, a Palestinian village depopulated in 1948, now in Israel, thought to be the site of ancient Magdala
  • Khirbat al-Majdal, a Palestinian village depopulated in 1948, now in Israel
  • al-Majdal, a Palestinian village in Haifa Subdistrict depopulated in 1925, now part of Ramat Yohanan in Israel
  • Al-Mujaydil, a village depopulated in 1948, now in Israel
  • Majd al-Krum, a town in northern Israel
  • Majdal Yaba, a village depopulated in 1948, now in Israel

Palestine[edit]

Syria[edit]

  • al-Majdal, Syria, a village in the Hama Governorate of Syria
  • Majdal Shams, a village in the Golan Heights, currently under Israeli occupation.

Lebanon[edit]

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