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District South
Government Local council
Hebrew כְּסֵיפָה
Arabic كسيفة
Population 10,300[1] (2006)
Area 13692 dunams (13.692 km2; 5.287 sq mi)
Founded in 1982
Coordinates 31°14′43″N 35°05′34″E / 31.24528°N 35.09278°E / 31.24528; 35.09278Coordinates: 31°14′43″N 35°05′34″E / 31.24528°N 35.09278°E / 31.24528; 35.09278

Kuseife (Hebrew: כְּסֵיפָה‎, Kseifa; Arabic: كسيفة‎) is a Bedouin town (local council) in the Southern District of Israel.

According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), the population of Kuseife was 10,300 in December 2006.[1] Kuseife's jurisdiction is 13,692 dunams (~13.7 km²).[2]

Kuseife was founded in 1982 as part of a government project to settle Bedouins in permanent settlements.


See also

Template:Bedouin settlements ca:Kseifa


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