Sahl Arraba

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Coordinates: 32°26′N 35°13′E / 32.43°N 35.22°E / 32.43; 35.22 Sahl Arraba (Arabic: سهل عرّابة‎‎), also called Dothan Valley (Hebrew transliteration: Emek Dothan), is a fertile tectonic valley in the northern West Bank. The region is about eleven kilometers long and four kilometers wide. There are several Palestinian towns located near in and around the valley, including Arrabah, Bir al-Basha, Burqin, Yabad, Qabatiya and Kufeirit.[1] There is one illegal Israeli settlement there; Mevo Dotan.

Emek Dothan is mentioned in the Bible as the site where Joseph was sold by his brothers.[2]

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