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Mohabat Khel is a mohalla[ambiguous] located in the village Adezai in Peshawar, Pakistan. It is a heavily populated area with almost all its people followers of Islam and typically Pakhtuns by race. Mohabat Khel is known for its old fashioned streets and simple mud houses. Education, though considered awkward, unislamic and unimportant previously, is growing these days. There is a small fresh water canal flowing through its heart, which is a natural habitat for numerous freshwater fish including the lung fish (called mur-mera in the local language).
Mohabat Khel has mohalla Fateh Khel to its east, Khalizay to its north and Akakhel to its south.
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