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    • Walid Hakouz Part III Toronto - Canada 2011 Circassia Genocide & Ethnic Cleansing
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    • 186 8 Settlement in Amman First group of migration to Trans-Jordan, were 300 Circassian families, who arrived in Amman, and settled by the ruins of the Roman Amphitheater, and it’s known today as Shapsoug Neighborhood 300 families
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      • A group of Circassians re-migrated from Roumali area ( Bulgaria, Serbia, and the Balkans ), and disembarked at Haifa port, then settled at:
      • Khirbet Sharkess - (later was banded).
      • Rihanya Village - 67 Abzakh families.
      • Kufr Kama Village - 178 Shapsoug families.
      • 245 families
      1877 Settlement in Palestine
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      • Circassians settled in the following areas:
      • Aleppo.
      • Hama.
      • Homs.
      • Damascus.
      • Qunaitra (Golan Haights).
      Settlement in Syria
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    • 1877 Settlement in Golan Heights 15.000 disembarked at Haifa port, then crossed Palestine to settled at the Golan Heights , and re-built Qunaitra Town . They built the following villages: Mansoura , Surman , Madaria , Ein Ziwan , Memsaya , Jweiza , Braiqa , Beer Ajam , Khishnya , Faham , Fazarah , El-Marj , Hameedya , Sindyana , Shouketlya , and Rouida . 15,000
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    • 187 7 Settlement in Aleppo
      • Circassians arrived at Aleppo area, and settled in the villages of:
      • 350 Families - Minbij.
      • 86 Families - Khnaser.
      • Some families settled later in Aleppo , Ein Dagna , and Riqqa .
      • 436 families
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    • 1878 Settlement in Hama
      • A group of 5,000 families arrived at Hama area, and built two villages:
      • Telsinan - Нэчрэзейхаблэ .
      • Teladi - Пынжкъуай .
      • Later, some families moved to Hama City .
      • 5,000
    • 1878 Settlement in Homs
      • A group of 9,000 families arrived at Homs area, and built five Circassian villages:
      • Tlail - Нэжэхьабл .
      • Telamri - Джэжэхьабл .
      • Ein Nisser - Къонщукъухьабл .
      • Mraij Dur - Хъосай .
      • Abu Hamamh - Хъосайжъый .
      • Essailah - Еным .
      • Later, some families moved to Homs City .
      • 5,000
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    • 1878 Settlement in Marj Sultan A group of 750 families arrived at Damascus . And moved east to set tell in Hosh Dowair village, till the built the Circassian village of Marj Sultan . Later, some families settled in Damascus City . 750 families
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    • Settlement in Jordan
      • In 1879 , the second wave of the Circassians arrived from Turkey, and were 500 families of : Bzhadoug , Shapsoug , Abdzakh , & Kabardins .
      • 230 families settled in Amman .
      • 270 families settled in Wadi Seer .
      • 500 families
    • Circassians Expulsion Anvi Ugur
    • Settlement in Jordan
      • 1885 – 95 families settled in Jeresh .
      • 1892 - 97 families settled in Na’ur .
      • 1909 - 72 families settled in Sweileh .
      • 1909 - 16 families moved to Rusaifa .
      • 310 families
    • Circassians Expulsion F. Roubaud
    • Circassian Genocide & Ethnic Cleansing Committed by Tsarist Russians deported more than 1,000,000 Circassians