Khirbat Al-Louz Village

Location: West Jerusalem, 14 km away.
Surrounding villages: Sheikh Salama, Wastaf, Suba and Aqur, Joura.
The most important characteristic: The village is located on the southern edge of one of the Jerusalem hills, overlooking Wadi al-Sarar. It is famous for its grapes and almond trees, Containing the ruins of buildings, tombs, and the shape of the general village in the form of a crescent spread from east to west
Most famous families are: Zaatar, Al-Luzi, Khalaf and Da'dur.
Its land area is: 4502 dunums.
Occupation Year: The Zionists occupied the village. destroyed it, and displaced its people in 1948 AD.