Mahmudiya District has approximately 550,000 inhabitants, about over 88 percent of them Shia and the rest Sunni. This ratio is the result of the Iraqi Civil War of 2006-2007, when the Shias of Yusufiya and Iskandariya moved to Mahmudiya, and the Sunnis of Mahmudiya sought refuge in the other two cities. Most of the inhabitants live in rural areas.
Al-Kahla District is a district of the Maysan Governorate, Iraq.Al-Mada'in District
Al-Mada'in District is a district of the Baghdad Governorate, Iraq. It includes the city of Salman Pak, which incorporates the ancient ruins of Al-Mada'in, and the oldest freestanding mud brick arch in the world. Other metropolitan areas include Jisr Dyala, an urban district that borders the Baghdad city district of (???), the northern village of Nahrawahn with its major brickworks, and the central village of Wahedah that sits astride the Basrah Highway into Wasit Province.Al-Maimouna District
Al-Maimouna District is a district of the Maysan Governorate, Iraq.Al-Rumaitha District
Al-Rumaitha District is a district of the Al Muthanna Governorate, Iraq.Al-Shatrah District
Al-Shatra District is a district of the Dhi Qar Governorate, Iraq.Ali Al-Gharbi District
Ali Al-Gharbi is a district of the Maysan Governorate, Iraq.Amara District
Amara District (Arabic: حي عمارة) is a district of the Maysan Governorate, Iraq.
The population of Amara District is currently around 1,250,000 people.
Amarah is located inside of Amara District and is the capital and largest city of the Maysan Governorate. The population of the city is
511,542 and is the 7th largest city in Iraq by population.Baiji District
Baiji District is a district of Saladin Governorate, Iraq.Balad District, Iraq
Balad District (Arabic: قضاء بلد) is a district of the Saladin Governorate, Iraq. It covers an area of 2,469 km2 (953 sq mi), and had a population of 167,590 in 2003. The district capital is the city of Balad.Daquq District
Daquq District (Arabic: قضاء داقوق, romanized: qaḍāʾ Daquq) is a district in eastern Kirkuk Governorate, northern Iraq. Administrative center is the city of Daquq.Fallujah District
Fallujah is a district in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the city of Fallujah.Haditha District
Haditha is a district in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq. It is centred on the city of Haditha.Kut District
Kut District (Arabic: قضاء الكوت, romanized: Kaza Al-Kut)is a district of the Wasit Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the city of Kut.Mahmoudiyah, Iraq
Mahmoudiyah (Arabic: المحمودية) (also transliterated Al-Mahmudiyah, Al-Mahmoudi, or Al-Mahmudiya, prefixed usually with Al-) is a rural city south of Baghdad. Known as the "Gateway to Baghdad," the city's proximity to Baghdad made it central to the counterinsurgency campaign.
Al-Mahmudiya has approximately 350,000 inhabitants, most of whom are Sunni Arabs, over 75% of Al-Mahmudiya are Sunni, as reported by the UNHCR IDPs list. While the control of rural areas around the area of Mahmudiyah is by Sunnis, such as the towns of Latifiyah and Yusufiyah, the Shiites remain in the center of Mahmoudiyah city.Mosul District
Mosul District (Arabic: الموصل, Syriac: ܢܝܢܘܐ, Kurdish: Mûsil) is a district in Nineveh Governorate, Iraq. Its administrative center is the city of Mosul. Other settlements include Al-Qayyarah, Al-Shurah, Hamam al-Alil, Al-Mahlaah, and Hamidat. The district is predominantly Sunni Arab, with minorities of Kurds, Assyrians, and Turkmen located in Mosul city.Tel Afar District
Tel Afar District (Turkish: Telafer) is a district in Nineveh Governorate, Iraq. Its administrative center is the city of Tal Afar. Other towns include Rabia, Zummar, and al-Ayadia. It has a mixed population of Iraqi Turkmens and Arabs.Tooz District
Tooz District is a district in the north-eastern part of Saladin Governorate, Iraq. Its main settlement is the city of Tuz Khurmatu. Other towns include Sulaiman Bek, Yankjah, and Amirli.Yusufiyah
Yusufiyah (Arabic: اليوسفية; also transliterated as Yusafiyah, Youssifiyah or Yusifiyah, occasionally prefixed with Al-) is a regional township in the country of Iraq, located in Baghdad Governorate.
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