The Ouled Djerir (Arabic: أولاد جرير) are a small Arab tribe of the Bechar area in southwestern Algeria. Their close alliance with the neighbouring Doui-Menia has led them to be counted as the "sixth fifth" of that tribe. Their economy was traditionally based on camel-herding along with a little agriculture.
- Ross E. Dunn, Resistance in the desert: Moroccan responses to French imperialism 1881-1912. Taylor & Francis 1977, p. 39.