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Ramla

Ramla (Hebrew: רַמְלָה‎, Ramla; Arabic: الرملة‎‎, ar-Ramlah) (also Ramlah,[2] Ramle, Remle and sometimes Rama) is a city in central Israel. The city is predominantly Jewish with a significant Arab minority. Ramla was founded circa 705–715 CE by the Umayyad governor and future caliph Sulayman ibn Abd al-Malik. Ramla lies along the route of the Via Maris, connecting old Cairo (Fustat) with Damascus, at its intersection with the road connecting the port of Jaffa with Jerusalem.[3]

It was conquered many times in the course of its history, by the Abbasids, the Ikhshidids, the Fatimids, the Seljuqs, the Crusaders, the Mameluks, the Turks, the British, and the Israelis. After an outbreak of the Black Death in 1347, which greatly reduced the population, an order of Franciscan monks established a presence in the city.[4] Under Arab and Ottoman rule the city became an important trade center. Napoleon’s French Army occupied it in 1799 on its way to Acre.

The town had an Arab majority before most of its Arab inhabitants were expelled or fled during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War.[5] The town was subsequently repopulated by Jewish immigrants. In 2001, 80% of the population were Jewish and 20% Arab (16% Arab Muslims and 4% Arab Christians).

In recent years, attempts have been made to develop and beautify the city, which has been plagued by neglect, financial problems and a negative public image. New shopping malls and public parks have been built, and a municipal museum opened in 2001.[6]

A 2013 Israeli police report documented that the Central District ranks fourth among Israel’s seven districts in terms of drug-related arrests.[7] Today, five prisons are located in Ramla, including the maximum-security Ayalon Prison.

Contents [hide]
1 History
1.1 Early Muslim Period
1.2 Crusader Period
1.3 Ottoman era
1.4 British Mandate era
1.4.1 1947/8 civil war
1.5 State of Israel
2 Earthquakes
3 Landmarks and notable buildings
4 Archaeology
5 Cave with rare ecosystem
6 Demographics
7 Economy
8 Transportation
9 Education
10 Notable people
11 Twin towns—Sister cities
12 See also
13 References
14 Bibliography
15 External links
History[edit]
Early Muslim Period[edit]
According to the 9th-century Arab geographer Ya’qubi, ar-Ramleh (Ramla) was founded in 716 by the governor of the Ummayad District of Palestine (Jund Filastin), Sulayman ibn Abd al-Malik, brother and successor of Caliph Walid I. Its name was derived from the Arabic word raml (رمل), meaning sand.[8] The early residents came from nearby Ludd (Lydda, Lod). Ramla flourished as the capital of Jund Filastin, which was one of the five districts of the Syrian province of the Ummayad and Abbasid empires.[9]

Ramla was the principal city and district capital almost until the arrival of the Crusaders in the 11th century.[10] In the 8th century, the Ummayads built the White Mosque, which was hailed as the finest in the land, outside of Jerusalem. The remains of this mosque, flanked by a minaret added at a later date, can still be seen today. In the courtyard are underground water cisterns from this period.[11]

Ramla was sometimes referred to as Filastin, in keeping with the common practice of referring to districts by the name of their main city.[12][13]

The 10th-century geographer al-Muqaddasi («the Jerusalemite») describes Ramla at the peak of its prosperity:

«It is a fine city, and well built; its water is good and plentiful; it fruits are abundant. It combines manifold advantages, situated as it is in the midst of beautiful villages and lordly towns, near to holy places and pleasant hamlets. Commerce here is prosperous, and the markets excellent…The bread is of the best and the whitest. The lands are well favoured above all others, and the fruits are the most luscious. This capital stands among fruitful fields, walled towns and serviceable hospices…».[14]
Ramla’s economic importance, shared with the neighboring city of Lydda, was based on its strategic location. Ramla was at the intersection of two major roads, one linking Egypt with Syria (the so-called «Via Maris») and the other linking Jerusalem with the coast.[15]

In 1068 a ground-rupturing earthquake centered in Wadi Arabah left Ramla totally destroyed, killing some 15,000-25,000 inhabitants. The city lay abandoned for four years and never fully recovered it previous status.[16] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramla

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1 Internet
2 See also
3 References
4 External links
Internet
Many call girl agencies and independent call girls have their own websites.[2] The internet has become the main medium through which customers find their desired escort.[4][5][6] Generally, a picture of the woman is provided, and sometimes, the type of sexual services she is willing to offer.[citation needed] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_girl

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