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Idhna is a Palestinian town in the southern West Bank, located in the Hebron Governorate, 13 kilometers west of Hebron and about one kilometer east of the Green Line. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the town had a population of approximately 19,012 inhabitants in 2007.
- part of Hebron Governorate
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A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838 by Eli Smith
The present Idhna is a small village, divided into two parts by a short Wady or gully running into Wady el- Feranj.
by James Orr
probably Idhna — the Icdna of the Onom — 8 miles W. of Hebron. See PEF, III, 305, 330. DAPHNE, daf'nfi (Aa<t»vn, Ddphne, "bay-tree"): A suburb of Antioch on the Orontes, according to Strabo and the Jerus itinerary, ...
Illustrated Bible Dictionary, and Treasury of Biblical History, Biography, Geography, Doctrine, and Literature (1894)
by Matthew George Easton
Idhna. Gaza. . Ohuzzeh.
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