Kherbet Rouha (Arabic: خربة روحا) is a town in the Rashaya District of Lebanon. It lies in the Bekaa Valley, about 10 kilometres (6 mi) northwest of Mount Hermon at coordinates: 33°34'16"N 35°51'9"E. The town is known for having the largest mosque towers in Lebanon (tallest minaret: 100 m or 330 ft in height). People from Kherbet Rouha have migrated to many points around the world, mainly Canada, United States, Brazil, and UAE. In Canada, most families originating from Kherbet Rouha are represented in Edmonton, Alberta and Calgary, Alberta,. North America also has many citizens from Kherbet Rouha that live in other cities such as Lac La Biche, Windsor, Woodstock, London, Winnipeg, Toronto and Dearborn, Michigan. There is also a small group of early immigrants to the United States who settled in the Turtle Mountain region of North Dakota. Several families still remain there almost a century later. It is still possible to visit one of the oldest Islamic cemeteries in the United States in Dunseith, North Dakota, with tombstones dating back to the early 20th century. The current mayor, Mahmoud Eltasse, has been elected by the majority.
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