Jdeidet el Khass or Judaydat Al Khas (Arabic: جديدة الخاص) is a village in southwestern Syria in the Rif Dimashq Governorate, close to the border with Lebanon. It is located Southeast of Lake Ateibe and near the archaeological site of Tell Aswad, known to locals as The Black Hill. Some of the flints that have been found in the area of the village resemble those from the oldest levels of Tell Ramad. Wild boar is still herded in the nearby mountains today. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Judaydat al-Khas had a population of 6,298 in the 2004 census.