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Betar ʻIlit

LC control no.n 00050476
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingBetar ʻIlit
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Geographic subdivision usageWest Bank--Betar ʻIlit
Variant(s)Betar Illit
Beitar Ellit
ביתר עילית
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
SUBJECT USAGE: As a geographic subdivision, this heading is used indirectly through West Bank.
Found inUltra-Orthodoxy in urban governance in Israel, 1998: text (Betar Illit)
Wikipedia, viewed January 16, 2013: Beitar Illit (Beitar Illit (ביתר עילית) is an Israeli settlement and a city west of Gush Etzion, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of Jerusalem in the Judean Mountains of the West Bank. Beitar Illit is one of Israel's largest and most rapidly growing settlements. As of January 2007 it had a population of approximately 35,000)
Ṿi-yehavtem bah, 1983: map (Betar ʻIlit)
Not found inGaz. of Israel, 1983.
Geographic area codeawba---