Location in Syria
|Coordinates: 34°49′0″N 37°19′0″E / 34.81667°N 37.31667°E|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||+3 (UTC)|
Jubb al-Jarrah (Arabic: جب الجراح, also spelled Jeb al-Jarah) is a village in central Syria, administratively part of the Homs Governorate. Nearby towns include al-Mukharram to the west, Salamiyah to the northwest and al-Qaryatayn further to the south. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, Jubb al-Jarrah had a population of 2,255. Like other villages in the al-Mukharram District, Jubb al-Jarrah's inhabitants are predominantly Alawites. Historian Matti Moosa claims that prominent Alawite figures from the Ba'ath Party convened secretly at Jubb al-Jarrah on 30 January 1968 and made a decision there to abolish Muslim and Christian religious teaching in Syrian schools.
- General Census of Population and Housing 2004. Syria Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS). Homs Governorate. (Arabic)
- Balanche, Fabrice (2006). La région alaouite et le pouvoir syrien (PDF) (in French). Karthala Editions. ISBN 2845868189.
- "Al-Qaeda-linked rebels claim Syrian sectarian killings". Times of Israel. Associated Press. 2013-09-16.
- Moosa, Matti (1987). Extremist Shiites: The Ghulat Sects. Syracuse University Press. p. 307. ISBN 9780815624110.