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Government Before 1996, 'Anata was governed by a mukhtar. Since then a village council was established to govern the town. According to the village council of 'Anata, about 97% of its land outside Jerusalem is under complete Israeli control. The boundaries of the village span about 30,603 dunams, although only 1,654 dunams are designated as a built-up area, most of which is under the civil administration of the Palestinian National Authority and the security of Israel.<ref name="ARIJ"/> The village boundaries are far-reaching and stretch from 'Anata itself to just east of the Israeli settlement Alon. Most of the land is undeveloped open space with little or no vegetation.<ref>{{#invoke:Citation/CS1 | citation |CitationClass=map }}</ref>


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