A camp or village of tents in an Arabic country.
*1977 , (Alistair Horne), A Savage War of Peace , New York Review Books 2006, p. 34:
*:he communicated by telephone instead of riding out by horseback, as in the good old days, to stay overnight in the various douars .
*1988 , (Robert Irwin), The Mysteries of Algiers , Dedalus 1993, p. 16:
*:‘We burn their douars , we rape their women, we confiscate their crops, we carry out the necessary exemplary executions and we round up those who are left into what I can only call concentrations camps.’