Ajloun also spelled Ajlun, is the capital metropolis of the Ajloun Governorate, a hilly city inside the north of Jordan, placed 76 kilometers north west of Amman. It is referred to for its magnificent ruins of the 12th-century Ajlun Castle. The Ajlun Governorate has a populace of over 176,080 good sized in 27 villages and towns over a place of approximately 420 km².
The population is specifically composed of the following Muslim tribes: Al-Qudah, Al-Share, Al-Zghoul, Al-Momani, Al-Smadi, Al-Shwayyat, Al-Freihat, Al-Khatatbah, Alnawateer, Al-Karraz, and others. Rabadi, Haddad, Iwais, Eisouh and Muqattash which became split from Rabadi are the main indigenous Christian tribes in Ajloun. Although Christians are a minority within the universal governorate, they form about greater than half of of the populace in Ajloun city; maximum Christians reside in Ajloun metropolis along side Muslims of the Al-Smadi tribe. According to the Jordan countrywide census of 2015, the populace of the town of Ajloun turned into 9990. For Ajloun Governorate as an entire, the populace became approximately 176,080 in 2015.