Abu Al-Khaseeb District

Abu Al-Khaseeb District is a district of the Basra Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the town of Abu Al-Khaseeb.

Basra
Districts of Basra Governorate, Abu Al-Khaseeb in the southeast
Abu Al-Khaseeb District
Country Iraq
GovernoratesBasra Governorate
SeatAbu Al-Khaseeb
Time zoneUTC+3 (AST)
Abu Al-Khaseeb

Abu Al-Khaseeb (sometimes spelled Abu Al-Khasib) is a town in Abu Al-Khaseeb District, Basra Governorate, southern Iraq. Its name means "The rich area - agricultural", referring to the fertile Shatt Al-Arab river. It is an agricultural town, well known for its date palm farms on the river. It is predominantly Shia. Abu Al-Khaseeb has long been a traditional center for boat-building of the mashoof canoes that are widely used by the Marsh Arabs.

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Districts of Iraq and their capitals
al-Anbar Governorate
Babil Governorate
Baghdad Governorate
Basra Governorate
Dhi Qar Governorate
Diyala Governorate
Dohuk Governorate
Erbil Governorate
Halabja Governorate
Karbala Governorate
Kirkuk Governorate
Maysan Governorate
Muthanna Governorate
Najaf Governorate
Nineveh Governorate
al-Qādisiyyah Governorate
Saladin Governorate
Sulaymaniyah Governorate
Wasit Governorate

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