Bizaah ( بزاعة )
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B'zaah (Arabic: بزاعة) or Bizeaa Arabic: بيزاعة, romanized: Beza'āh) is a town located 3 km (1.9 mi) east of the city of al-Bab in northern-central Aleppo Governorate, northwestern Syria. It is administratively part of Nahiya al-Bab in al-Bab District. The town had a population of 12,718 as per the 2004 census. The residents of Bizaah are mostly Arabs and Turks with a Kurdish minority.
Syrian Civil War
During the Syrian Civil War in the summer of 2013 Islamic State of Iraq and Syria had a presence in the town and by mid-November 2013, was in full control of the town. On 23 February 2017, the Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army and other affiliated rebels captured the town.
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- "2004 Census Data for Nahiya al-Bab" (in Arabic). Syrian Central Bureau of Statistics. Also available in English: UN OCHA. "2004 Census Data". Humanitarian Data Exchange.
- "العراب بزاعة". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2018-02-13.
- Batnai, Tell Batnan at Imperium.
- "The "Islamic State" organization withdraws from Bzaah and Qabasin and inspection operations continue in al-Bab city and kill 7 fighters in mine explosion". SOHR. 2017-02-23. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
- "ISIS in full-scale retreat as the Turkish Army seizes two large towns neighboring Al-Bab". Al-Masdar News. 23 February 2017.
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