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Jariyan al Batnah

Jariyan al Batnah
جريان الباطنة
Map of Qatar with Jariyan al Batnah highlighted
Map of Qatar with Jariyan al Batnah highlighted
Coordinates (Umm Bab):
Country  Qatar
 • Total 3,906 km2 (1,508 sq mi)
Population (2004)
 • Total 6,308
 • Density 1.6/km2 (4.2/sq mi)
Time zone East Africa Time (UTC+03)
ISO 3166 code QA-JB

Jariyan al Batnah (Arabic: جريان الباطنة‎) is a former municipality of Qatar. Its territory was split between the municipalities of Al Wakrah and Al Rayyan in 2004.[1] All of Jariyan al Batnah's districts recorded in the 2004 census – Al Karaana, Rawdat Rashed, Sawda Natheel and Abu Samra[2] – were distributed to the municipality of Al Rayyan thereafter.[3]

The Persian Gulf borders Jariyan al Batnah in its west and its southeast. It used to be the only municipality to border foreign territory: Saudi Arabia's Ash Sharqiyah province.


The following table shows the population of Jariyan al Batnah.[4][2]

Jariyan al Batnah Population
March 2004 March 1997 March 1986
6678 4521 2727

The following table shows the registered live births by nationality and sex for this municipality. [5][6]Place of births is based on home municipality of mother at birth.

Registered live births by nationality and sex
Year Qatari Male Qatari Female Totoal Qatari Non Qatari Male Non Qatari Female Total Non Qatar Total Male Total Female Grand Total
2001 18 15 33 5 3 8 23 18 41
2002 59 63 122 4 4 8 63 67 130
2003 18 16 34 4 6 10 22 22 44
2004 16 24 40 4 0 4 20 24 44
2005 28 25 53 7 3 10 35 28 63
2006 20 32 52 4 1 5 24 33 57
2007 25 22 47 6 1 7 31 23 54


  1. ^ "Municipalities of Qatar". Retrieved 1 August 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Population and social statistics". Qatar Statistics Authority. 2004. Retrieved 3 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "2013 population census" (PDF). Qatar Statistics Authority. Retrieved 3 August 2015. 
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