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Haifa District

Haifa District
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 • Hebrew מחוז חיפה
 • Arabic منطقة حيفا
Cities 11
Local Councils 14
Regional Councils 4
Capital Haifa
Area
 • Total 864 km2 (334 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 926,700

Haifa District (Hebrew: מחוז חיפה‎, Mehoz Ḥeifa; Arabic: منطقة حيفا‎) is an administrative district surrounding the city of Haifa, Israel. The district is one of seven administrative districts of Israel, and its capital is Haifa. The district land area is 864 km2 (299.3 mi2).[1]

According to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics data for 2011: [1] Total population: 926,700 (2011) Ethnic : Arabs: 233,000 (25.1%) Jews: 642,700 (69.4%) Others: 51,000 (5.5%) Religious : Jews: 642,700 (69.4%) Muslims: 192,300 (20.8%) Druze: 24,300 (2.6%) Christians: 22,900 (2.5%) Not classified: 44,400 (4.8%)[2]

Administrative sub-regions

Cities Local Councils Regional Councils

See also

References

  1. ^ "Land Use, By District and Sub-District" (PDF).  
  2. ^ http://www1.cbs.gov.il/reader/shnaton/templ_shnaton_e.html?num_tab=st02_04&CYear=2012

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