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Shaam (Af-Carabi: الشامAf-Ingiriis: Levant) ama suuriyadii hore waa magac taariikhi ah oo loo yaqaanay wadama bariga iyo woqooyiga dhulka jasiirada carabta wuxuu dherersanyahay xeebta bari ee jasiirada carabta ilaa bada cad gudaha waxaa ku jira labad wabi ee dajla iyo furaat, waxay kulansataa maanta wadamada loo kala yaqaan : suuriya, lubnaan, urdun, falastiin, iyo dhulka laga sameeyay israaiil, dagaalkii 1948 iyo dhulal yar oo kala raacsan sucuudiga iyo qaybo yaroo ka kala  mida turkiga, siinay, gobolka ciraq ku yaal ee muusil, dadka qayb baa qabta inay jasiirada qubrusna, jasiiradasiinaay iyo ciraaq oo dhan ay ka wada mid yihiin.

Shaam
Levant
  Wadano horay uga tirsanaan jiray Shaam taariikh ahaan, laakiin maanta ah dowlado ama deegaano ka madax banaan.
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  Wadano ka tirsanaan jiray Shaam horaantii qarnigii 20aad laakiin markii dambe ka go'ay (kuwaasi waxaa ka mid ah Suuriya iyo Falastiin)
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  Wadanada iyo deegaanada qaar taariikh yahanku maanta ku xisaabshaan deegaanada Shaamtii hore
Wadanada iyo deegaanada Sybrus
Israaiil
Jordan
Lubnaan
Falastiin
Suuriya
Turkiga
iyo deegaano kale
Bulshada 44,550,926[4]
Magaca dadka Reer Shaam
Luuqadaha Carabi, Hebrew, Armenian, Circassian, Greek, Kurdish, Ladino, Turkish
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Xadka shaamEdit

{{hadad taqaan wax ku darso}}

juqraafi iyo cimiloEdit

 
kor ka sawirka dhulka loo yaqaan oo kor 

{{hadaadn taqaan ku darso}}

 
wabiga caasi ee siiriya ku yaal

cimiladaEdit

{{hadaadn taqaan ku darso}}

qaybinta siyaasadeed ee gobolkaEdit

 
map faransiis ah sanadkii 1600 ee maamulkii cusmaaniya

{{hadaadn taqaan ku darso}}

 
maap dabiici ah buuraha dooroos ill siinaay

lahjadaha caabiga eelooga hadlo shaamEdit

 
lahjadaha carabiga ee gobolka shaam

qaabka noloshaEdit

  • reer magaalreer
  • baadiyeiyo
  • reer guuraaa


TixraacEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome, Volume 1, p247, "Levant"
  2. Microsoft Encarta (2009) "Levant"
  3. Oxford Dictionaries Online. "Levant". Oxford University Press. Retrieved 4 April 2015.
  4. Population found by adding all the countries' populations (Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and Hatay Province)