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Al-Shati, also known as Beach camp, is a Palestinian refugee camp located in the northern Gaza Strip along the Mediterranean Sea coastline in the Gaza Governorate, and more specifically Gaza City. The camp's total land area consists of 727 dunums. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, al-Shati had a population of 87,158 inhabitants in mid-year 2006, while the United Nations Relief and Works Agency reports a population of 78,800 registered refugees. The camp is the third largest refugee camp in the Palestinian Territories.
- also known as Al-Shati, Israel
- part of Israel
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The Epistle of Forgiveness (2014)
Volume Two: Hypocrites, Heretics, and Other Sinners by Abu l-Ala al-Maarri
Bint al-Shati refers to sababijah, given in Lisān al-'Arab as a plural and explained as “strong men from Sind [part of presentday Pakistan] and India who accompany the captain of a seafaring ship as its guards; sometimes they say sabij,” the ...
by John L. Esposito
Also known as Bint al-Shati. Egyptian writer and professor of Arabic language and literature and Quranic studies. Wrote more than sixty books on Arabic literature, Quran interpretation, lives of women in the early Muslim community ...
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