|• Head of Municipality||Mahmoud Abd al-Fatah al-Hur|
|• Jurisdiction||15,034 dunams (15.0 km2 or 5.8 sq mi)|
Surif (Arabic: صوريف) is a Palestinian town in the Hebron Governorate located 25 km northwest of the city of Hebron. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics census, Surif had a population of 13,365 in 2007. The population is entirely Muslim.
Most of the town's 15,000 dunams is used for agriculture, in particular, olives, wheat and barley. There are seven mosques and four schools located in its vicinity. Many of Surif's youth joined Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni's Army of the Holy War against the British and later the Haganah during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
- 2007 PCBS Census Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. p.118.
- The Segregation Separation Wall hits the lands of Surif and Khibet Ad Deir- Hebron district Land Research Center 2004-10-24
- Surif Article In Arabic
- Surif Town (Fact Sheet)
- Surif Town Profile
- Surif Areal Photo
- The priorities and needs for development in Surif town based on the community and local authorities’ assessment
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