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"Abasan" redirects here. for the neighbouring town, see Abasan al-Saghira. Abasan al-Kabera A Mosque in Abasan al-Kabera Abasan al-Kabera Arabic عبسان الكبيرة Governorate Khan Yunis Government City Coordinates 31°19′25.35″N 34°20′51.32″E / 31.3237083°N 34.3475889°E / 31.3237083; 34.3475889Coordinates: 31°19′25.35″N 34°20′51.32″E / 31.3237083°N 34.3475889°E / 31.3237083; 34.3475889 Population 19,000 (2006) Abasan al-Kabera in (Arabic: عبسان الكبيرة‎) is a Palestinian town located in the Khan Yunis Governorate in the southern Gaza Strip. The town is connected with Khan Yunis city by a local street that crosses other villages like Bani Suheila and Khuza'a. Abasan al-Kabera and the nearby village of Abasan al-Saghira, have in recent years been built up to each other so that they form a larger urban area around Khan Yunis.[citation needed] The population of the town is approximately 19,000, according to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics and depends mostly on agriculture as the main source of income.[1] Moreover, small industry is involved with producing construction supplies like bricks and agricultural implements, while some residents work in commerce. The society is strongly influenced by tribal structure so, there are many extended families such as, Alshawaf, Abu Mustafa, Abu Tair, Abu Dagga, Abu Tabash, Abu subha and Abu Amer. The families generally turn to custom to solve disputes amongst themselves. History The site of the town was inhabited in the Roman era and 606 AD, and has several ruins dating from those periods. Furthermore, there are also some archaeological sites that related to Islamic era and the period prior the Islam like "Ibrahim" shrine. Some historians link the people of Abasan to the "Abes family".[citation needed] External links Abasan al-Kabera (Arabic language) satellite image References ^ Projected Mid -Year Population for Khan Yunis Governorate by Locality 2004- 2006 Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics v • d • e Cities in Palestinian National Authority areas West Bank Bethlehem · Beit Sahour · Beit Jala · al-Bireh · ad-Dhahiriya · Dura · Halhul · Hebron · Jenin · Jericho · Nablus · Qalqilyah · Ramallah · Tubas · Tulkarm · Yatta Gaza Strip Bani Suheila · Beit Hanoun · Beit Lahia · Deir al-Balah · Gaza · Jabalia · Khan Yunis · Rafah v • d • e Khan Yunis Governorate Cities Abasan al-Kabera · Bani Suheila · Khan Yunis Municipalities Abasan al-Saghira · Khuza'a · al-Qarara Village councils al-Fukhari · Qa' al-Kharaba · Qa' al-Qurein · Qizan an-Najjar · Umm Kameil · Umm al-Kilab This geography of Palestine article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e