Nahr al-Auja

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Abhainn is ea Nahr al-Auja (Araibis: نهر العوجا), Eabhais:,נחל הירקון‬ Nahal HaYarkon;) i lár Iosrael. Is ag Teil Afek (Antipatris) atá foinse na habhann ar fáil, taobh ó thuaidh de Petah Tiqwa (Araibis:سرکاری). Ritheann sí trí Gush Dan , (Araibis: غوش دان), agus Páirc Yarkon, i dTel Aviv isteach ar an Mheánmhuir. Is í an Nahr al-Auja an abhainn chósta is mó in Iosrael, ag 27.5 km ar fhad.

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D'fhreastail an Nahr al-Auja mar teorann theas Vilayet (limistéar riaracháin) Bhéiriút, le linn tréimhse dheireanach na nOtamánach.[1]

Tá ainm Araibise na habhann 'Nahr al-Auja' (an abhainn a lúbann), roinnte le Wadi Auja, sruth beag eile a sreabhann isteach chuig  Ghleann na hIordáine, ó thuaidh de Ireachó. De bharr an comhtharlú sin, le linn an chéad Chogadh Domhanda thángthas ar an téarma líne an dá Auja, a thagraíonn don líne straitéiseach a nascann an dá abhainn ghleannta agus a bhí glactha ag fórsaí sluaíochta an Ghinearáil Allenby, le linn a luathghluaiseacht chun tosaigh sa bhliain 1918, i gcoinne fhórsaí na nOtamánach. [2]

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  1. Weldon C. Matthews (2006) Confronting an Empire, Constructing a Nation: Arab Nationalists and Popular Politics in Mandate Palestine I.B.Tauris, ISBN 1-84511-173-7 p 26
  2. H. S. Gullett (1923). "The Australian Imperial Force in Sinai and Palestine, 1914-1918": 487, 542. Sydney: Angus & Robertson Ltd.. Retrieved on 16 September 2015. “Allenby did not hesitate. His original objective had been the "line of the two Aujas" from the Nahr Auja, which falls into the Mediterranean above Jaffa, to the Wady Auja, a little stream which, bursting from springs in the desert foot-hills above the Jordan valley, flows eastwards to the Jordan River about ten miles north of the Dead Sea.” 

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