Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate

Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate
Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate
Qadisiyyah Province
—  Province  —
Coordinates: 31°51′N 45°3′E / 31.85°N 45.05°E / 31.85; 45.05Coordinates: 31°51′N 45°3′E / 31.85°N 45.05°E / 31.85; 45.05
Country  Iraq
Capital Al Diwaniyah
 - Total 8,153 km2 (3,147.9 sq mi)
Population (2007)
 - Total 990,483 (3% of total)

Al-Qādisiyyah Governorate (Arabic: القادسية Al Qādisiyyah‎) (or Qadisiyyah Province) is one of the provinces of Iraq. It is in the center-south of the country. Its capital is Al Diwaniyah. Before 1976, it was part of the ad-Diwāniyyah Province, along with al-Muthannā Governorate and Najaf Governorate. The province is named after the historical city of Al-Qādisiyyah; the site of the Battle of al-Qādisiyyah, where in 636 CE the Islamic Rashidun forces defeated the forces of the Sassanid Empire.


Provincial Government

  • Governor:
  • Deputy Governor:
    • Diaa Abdulkarim
  • Provincial Council Chairman (PCC):
    • Husayin al-Khalidi


  • Al-Hamzah
  • Ash-Shamiyah
  • Ofak

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