EinSinya is located in a valley which is surrounded by olive and fig trees. It was given this name after a spring called “Ein Al-Qamar” (Moon Spring).
Rocky graves were found around this village, and EinSinya has usually been identified as the Crusader village Aineseins which was one of 21 villages given by King Godfrey as a fief to the canons of the Holy Sepulcher. Antiquities from the Ottoman Period were also found there, and this village has other important archeological sites given that they found rock-cut tombs and a ruin called “Khirbet Shattah.”
The village of EinSinya depends on the agricultural sector which makes up 60% of its workforce.