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The regional tribal groups (qabā’il
) are currently subdivided into two primary tribal federations or sections. The first of these is known as (1) Gehat al-Wadi (جهة الوادي) Aulād
Hamid, which consists of; Al-e’rīshāt ( العريشات); Al-ma’īzāt (المعيزات); Ul-qauādī (القواضى); and Al-hersheh (الهرشة).
The second tribal federation is known as the (2) Aulād Rāshid'اولاد راشد', which consists of; Aulād Al-Sheikh; and Aulād Rāshid. Aulad Al-Shikh (اولاد الشيخ) which consists of Aulad Mousa (اولاد موسى) Aulad Bozed (اولاد ابوزيد) Al-Mashara (المشارة), and Al-Draba (الدرباء).
The total population in the minţaqa (area) Al-A’jēlāt is estimated at about 100,000 individuals scattered among those tribes.
The Ajaylat region is most famous for the cultivation of palm trees
and various types of vegetables
. There is also a medical center.
- ^ "Districts of Libya". Statoids.com. Archived from the original on 29 November 2010. Retrieved 7 November 2010.
- ^ القبائل tribe - Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic p.868
- ^ Aulād means Descendants – Ibid p.1285
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