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Idlib District

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Idlib District

Idlib District (Arabic: منطقة ادلب‎) is a district (mantiqah) of the Idlib Governorate in Syria. At the 2004 Census it had a population of 382,928.[1] The centre of the district is the city of Idlib.


The district of Idlib is divided into seven sub-districts or Nāḥiyas (population according to 2004 official census):

  • Idlib nahiyah (ناحية ادلب): population 126,284.[2]
  • Abu al-Thuhur nahiyah (ناحية أبو الظهور): population 38,869.[3]
  • Binnish nahiyah (ناحية بنش): population 35,166.[4]
  • Saraqib nahiyah (ناحية سراقب): population 88,076.[5]
  • Taftanaz nahiyah (ناحية تفتناز): population 24,145.[6]
  • Ma'arrat Misrin nahiyah (ناحية معرتمصرين): population 57,859.[7]
  • Sarmin nahiyah (ناحية سرمين): population 14,530.[8]



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