In this document we see a table describing parcels of land. From this table we can tell that there are three parcels of property. All three properties are in the district of Jerusalem and in a village by the name of Beit Hanina. The table further identifies the parcel name and number, the lot number, the owners and rights holders, the shares, land area, value, land type, and any remarks attributed to the property. The first lot contains remarks that the land includes a well and that the totality of the land is a waqf. The revenue of the waqf was to be dedicated in half to Hebron and the other half for charity work. It is evident that even in his venture to industrialize, Mr. Mahrous was a humanitarian and always thought about charity. The document contains land court stamps and Land Settlement Court signature.