Their headquarters were in the island of Jerba in the Gulf of Gabes.
"It might have been well to hang the dog who spoke of Dragut and Jerba," he said.
In the village of Mohulpahari there was a youth named Jerba.
To be king of Jerba was all too small a title for his ambition.
In general, from the Arab invasion in the 7th century Jerba shared the fortunes of Tunisia.
She belongs to Hamúd, who is very proud of her, and tells us she came from the Jerba Shammar.