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www.jordanreleasedates.co Village shaykhs played an important role in shaping the contours of land ownership and cultivation in ‘Ajlun. I .and was plentiful in the early 19th century, for many villages had been abandoned in the face of bedouin raids. Those shaykhs strong enough to take up land and defend it could choose where they and their followers wished to plant. When they desired land that was already settled, they sometimes simply took it by force. This is how Furayhat family acquired their home village of Kufranja. They originally hailed from nearby Khirbat al-Wahadina but coveted the lands of Kufranja belonging to the village of ‘Anjara. They conquered Kufranja after a bloody battled toward the end of the eighteenth century, and later seized Rajib, al-Shikara, and much of al-Jazzaza. Once they established themselves in villages, the shaykhs then organized how land was distributed among the villagers. When Shaykh Jabr al-Warda arrived in the ruined village of ‘Amrawa from Tafas, in Hawran, he claimed all of the land for himself and obliged all others to work for him as sharecroppers.8 Falah al-Rusan took a large share of Umm Qays at the time he led his followers into the deserted village but did leave the rest to the other settlers." At the pinnacle of the powerful shaykhs of ‘Ajlun by mid-19th century were the Furayhat and Shurayda families. The Furayhats were esconccd in the hilly Jabal ‘Ajlun district in southern ‘Ajlun,Jordans shoes, particularly the village of Kufranja and its nearby castle known as QaTat al-Rabad.
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