Silat al-Harithya village is centralized in the north of the West Bank, it overlooks Marj Ibn Amer, and it is located 10km northwest of Jenin, with a population of 10,105 in 2007. Silat al-Harithya name is due to the Arab tribe "Haritha".
The agriculture is the most important source of living in the village, which is the backbone of the village economy, and the most prominent financial resource for most of the families in the village.
The village is famous for its grains, vegetables, and olives cultivation. Moreover, the village is famous for its organic olive oil.