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District Center
Government Local council (from 1988)
Hebrew זמר
Arabic زيمر
Population 5,300 (2007)
Area 8203 dunams (8.203 km2; 3.167 sq mi)
Founded in 1988 (merger)
Coordinates 32°22′1.28″N 35°2′7.05″E / 32.3670222°N 35.0352917°E / 32.3670222; 35.0352917Coordinates: 32°22′1.28″N 35°2′7.05″E / 32.3670222°N 35.0352917°E / 32.3670222; 35.0352917

Zemer (Hebrew: זמר‎; Arabic: زيمر‎) is an Arab local council in the Center District of Israel. It is located in the Arab Triangle area, between Baqa-Jatt and Bat Hefer on Road 574. Zemer is the result of a merger of four villages - Yama, Bir as-Sika, Ibtan and Marja - in 1988. Prior to 1948, all four villages were part of the modern-day Palestinian town of Deir al-Ghusun.[1]

Zemer's population at the end of 2006 was 5,200,[2] and its jurisdiction is 8,203 dunams.[3]


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