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אֻם אל-קֻטוּף, אום אל-קוטוף
|Grid position||155/208 PAL|
|Name meaning||"The ruin with the St. John's-worts"|
Umm al-Qutuf (Arabic: أمّ القـُطـُف; Hebrew: אֻם אל-קֻטוּף) is an Arab village in northern Israel. Located in the triangle, it falls under the jurisdiction of Menashe Regional Council. In 2015 it had a population of 1,037.
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