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is a Palestinian town north of Ramallah . Birzeit is a predominantly Christian town and home to the Birzeit University .Birzeit history dates back to the Byzantine era and earlier. West of the town, at Khirbat Birzait, are the remains of a building which have been dated to the Crusader era. Guérin first noted the remains of a buildings 50 paces on each side. He thought it could be from the Byzantine era, or later.


Is a Palestinian village, located 7 kilometers (4.3 mi) northwest of Ramallah and is a part of the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate. Ein Qiniya has existed since the Roman-era of rule in Palestine. The village is very small with no public structures or institutions and is governed by a local development committee. Ein Qiniya is regionally notable for being a spring and autumn time picnic resort.


Is a Palestinian village, 15 kilometers northeast of Jerusalem and 12 kilometers northeast of Ramallah in the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate, 850 meters above sea level. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, Taybeh had a population of 1,452 in 2007

Taybeh has been identified as the site of Ophrah, mentioned in the Bible as a town of Benjamin, which was later renamed Ephraim.However the word “Ophrah” was close in sound to “afrit” meaning “demon” in Arabic. Under Saladin, the name was changed to “Taybeh”, “The goodly”