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|Government||Local council (from 1992)|
|Arabic||الشبلي - أم الغنم|
|Also spelled||Shibli-Umm al-Janam (officially)|
|Area||2879 dunams (2.879 km2; 1.112 sq mi)|
Shibli-Umm al-Ghanam (Arabic: الشبلي - أم الغنم, Hebrew: שִׁבְּלִי-אֻם אל-עַ'נַם) is an Israeli-Arab Bedouin local council at the base of Mount Tabor in Israel's North District. According to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, Shibli-Umm al-Ghanam had a population of 4,800 inhabitants in 2005.
The town is the result of a municipal merger of Bedouin villages of Shibli and Umm al-Ghanam in 1992. The former town of Shibli became a local council in 1984 and Umm al-Ghanam was established in 1940 as a Bedouin settlement and was recognized by the Israeli government in 1982.
People from Shibli-Umm al-Ghanam
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