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District South
Government Local council
Hebrew חוּרָה, חוּרָא
Arabic حورة
Population 10,000[1] (2006)
Area 6646 dunams (6.646 km2; 2.566 sq mi)
Founded in 1990
Coordinates 31°17′39″N 34°55′52″E / 31.29417°N 34.93111°E / 31.29417; 34.93111Coordinates: 31°17′39″N 34°55′52″E / 31.29417°N 34.93111°E / 31.29417; 34.93111

Hura (Hebrew: חוּרָה, חוּרָא‎, Arabic: حورة‎) is a Bedouin village in the South District of Israel. It is located near Beersheba and beside the town Meitar. The village was established in 1990, and was declared a local council in 1996. Its population is 10,000 (end of 2006 estimate),[1] and its jurisdiction is 6,646 dunams.[2]


See also

Template:Bedouin settlements ca:Hura


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