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The Turks of Umm Al-Faraj
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Posted by Ahmad Agha on October 2, 2001
The people of Umm Al-Faraj are descendent of Turkish origins who populate the area in 1800's. These people are very honorable because they were the governers of Eygpt; they were the Mamlukes.
The people of Umm Al-Faraj fled to lebanon in 1948, and they were count by 800-900 inhabitants. the village located at the northern part of Acre, and it lies on 250 meters above the sea level.


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