Habaka (Arabic: حبكا) is a small hill town in northern Jordan, located 75 km north of the capital Amman (in Arabic عمان), and about 5 km south of Irbid (Arabic: إربد). The region has a very fertile soil along with suitable climate allows the growing of wide variety of high quality crops. The main products are olives and grapes. There is a substantial area of pine forests on the hills that are extending from Ajloun. Habaka has a population of 1800. The populations of the town are from ashirat (in Arabic عشيرة it means clan, lineage (hamula), or tribe) Alomari (Arabic: العمري) and Hamasha (Arabic: حماشا). Hamasha clan claims to descend from Umair ibn Habib ibn Hamasha Al Ansari (in Arabic عمير بن حبيب بن حماشا الانصاري) Alomari clan claims to descend from Umar ibn al-Khattab (in Arabic عمر بن الخطاب) the second Caliph.