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Minţaqah (Arabic: منطقة [ˈmintˤaqa]; plural مناطق manāṭiq [maˈnaːtˤiq]) is a term for a first-level administrative division in Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Chad and for a second-level administrative division in several other Arab countries. It is often translated as region or district, but the literal meaning is "region" or "area".
- Regions of Bahrain (formerly, top-level, replaced by governorates)
- Regions of Oman (formerly, top-level, alongside governorates, now only governorates)
- Regions of Chad (top-level)
- Regions of Saudi Arabia (top-level, above governorates)
- Districts of Syria (second-level, below governorates) - A mintaqah in Syria was formerly called qadaa.
- Districts of Israel (top-level)
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