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Meiser (Arabic: ميسر; Hebrew: מֵיסִר) (also: Shaykh Maysar, Shaykh Maysir, Khirbat Maysar), is an Israeli Arab village located 0.5km west of the Green Line north of the city of Baqa al-Gharbiyye in the Wadi Ara region. It is one of three Arab villages in the Menashe Regional Council and is part of the triangle. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics the village had a population of 1,500 in 2005.
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