(ā`nə), in the Bible, name appearing several times in the genealogy of Esau's family. Three persons may be distinguished, but if the genealogy refers to tribes rather than to persons, Anah may be a single tribal name.
"We are working with international humanitarian agencies on multiple projects in the country, including field hospitals in Hamam Al Alil and Anah, Mosul General Hospital, and provision of water and sanitation services at IDP camps,"he added.
He affirmed that this victory "demonstrates we are stronger together, and this Coalition remains committed to supporting our partners in the tough fight ahead as we continue our mission to defeat IS." The CENTCOM statement stressed that "while the liberation of Hawijah is a significant milestone, an IS presence remains in Iraq, and the Coalition will continue to stand side-by-side with the ISF in their collective mission to defeat IS." It indicated that the ISF are concurrently conducting operations in Western Anbar province and have already secured the towns of Anah, Rayhanah, and Akashat.
However, when the Bible details the genealogy of Esau's descendants in Genesis 36, it gives other names for Esau's wives--Adah daughter of Elon the Hittite, Oholibamah daughter of Anah daughter of Zibeon the Hivite, and Basemath daughter of Ishmael (Gen.
The towns of Qaim, Rawah and Anah are the first territory seized in predominantly Sunni Anbar province, west of Baghdad, since fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group overran the city of Fallujah and parts of the provincial capital of Ramadi earlier this year.