Israeli Arab - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Israeli Arab - Übersetzung nach deutsch

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  • "Doniana" is a popular Arab [[seafood]] restaurant in Acre
  • [[Al-Midan Theater]] in [[Haifa]]
  • Arraba]] killed in the Arab–Israeli conflict
  • Arabs in Israel, by natural region (2018).
  • [[Baqa al-Gharbiyye]] is the eighth largest Arab city in Israel.
  • DAM band]]
  • Arab Israelis from Shefa-'Amr demonstrating in front of the Haifa court building with Palestinian flags
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  • [[Druze]] commander of the IDF Herev battalion
  • The [[Italian Hospital in Haifa]]
  • A wedding groom and his horse, Jisr az-Zarka, 2009
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  • The house of culture and art in [[Nazareth]]
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  • Sakhnin industrial area
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  • [[Rahat]], the largest Bedouin city in the Negev
  • [[Catholic school]] in [[Haifa]]: High level [[Christian school]]s are among Israel's best performing educational institutions.<ref>[ "Why Angry Christians in Israel Are Crying Discrimination"], ''Haaretz''.</ref>
  • [[Umm al-Fahm]] is the third largest Arab city in Israel.
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  • [[Catholic Mass]] in the [[Basilica of the Annunciation]] in [[Nazareth]], [[Christian Arabs]] are one of the most educated ethnoreligious groups in Israel.<ref name="Christians in Israel: Strong in education"/>
  • Acre]], an area where Arabs make up 95% of the residents.<ref name="cbs.govs"/>
  • Muslim performs prayers in [[El-Jazzar Mosque]].

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Arab-Israeli conflict         
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  • Begin, Carter and Sadat at Camp David
  • [[Yitzhak Rabin]], [[Bill Clinton]], and [[Yasser Arafat]] at the Oslo Accords signing ceremony on 13 September 1993
  • Egyptian forces crossing the Suez Canal on 7 October 1973
  • A Jewish bus equipped with wire screens to protect against rock, glass, and grenade throwing, late 1930s
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der Arabisch-Israelische Konflikt (der beinahe ewige Konflikt zwischen Arabern und Israelis)
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  • Israeli tanks crossing the Suez Canal
  • A map of the fighting on the Golan Heights
  • The 1973 War in the Sinai, October 6–15
  • The 1973 War in the Sinai, October 15–24
  • A 1974 news report about warfare on the Golan prior to the May disengagement accords
  • Egyptian President [[Anwar Sadat]]
  • President [[Hafez al-Assad]] (right) with soldiers, 1973
  • A Syrian oil terminal in [[Baniyas]] after being shelled by Israeli [[Sa'ar 3-class missile boat]]s
  • A diagram of the [[Battle of Latakia]]
  • A diagram of the [[Battle of Baltim]]
  • Egyptian forces crossing the Suez Canal
  •  A Syrian [[BMP-1]] captured by Israeli forces
  • [[Quneitra]] village after Israeli shelling, showing a church and an elevated car
  • A downed Israeli Mirage
  • Egyptian [[Sukhoi Su-7]] fighter jets conducting air strikes over the [[Bar Lev Line]] on October 6
  • Upon learning of the impending attack, [[Prime Minister of Israel]] [[Golda Meir]] made the controversial decision not to launch a pre-emptive strike.
  • Wreckage from an Egyptian [[Sukhoi Su-7]] shot down over the Sinai on October 6, on display at the [[Israeli Air Force Museum]]
  • An Israeli Air Force Mirage IIIC. Flag markings on the nose credit this particular aircraft with 13 aerial kills.
  • Israeli soldiers during the [[Battle of Ismailia]]. One of them has a captured Egyptian [[RPG-7]].
  • Egyptian soldiers gather Israeli soldiers' bodies killed during the Battle of Ismailia.
  • Wreckage of an Israeli [[A-4 Skyhawk]] on display in Egypt's war museum.
  • An Israeli [[M48 Patton]] captured by Egyptian forces
  • An Israeli [[Centurion tank]] operating in the Sinai
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  • A plaque commemorating the supply of eight [[East German Air Force]] MiG-21s to Syria during the war, on display at the Flugplatzmuseum [[Cottbus]]
  • A destroyed Israeli [[M48 Patton]] tanks on the banks of the Suez Canal
  • Mirage III]] shot down by an Egyptian MiG-21
  •  An M60 delivered during [[Operation Nickel Grass]]
  • The aftermath of an Israeli airstrike on the Syrian General Staff headquarters in [[Damascus]]
  • dogfight over Sharm el-Sheikh]]
  • Abandoned Syrian [[T-62]] tanks on the Golan Heights
  • Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister [[Menachem Begin]] acknowledge applause during a joint session of Congress in Washington, D.C., during which President [[Jimmy Carter]] announced the results of the [[Camp David Accords]], September 18, 1978.
  • An Israeli [[Centurion tank]]. It was considered in many respects superior to the Soviet [[T-54]]/55.<ref>Insight Team of the London ''Sunday Times'', pp. 291–293.</ref>
  •  An Israeli soldier on the road to [[Ismailia]]
  • A Syrian Styx missile fired at an Israeli missile boat
  • An abandoned Syrian [[T-55]] tank on the Golan Heights
  • Israeli artillery pounds Syrian forces near the [[Valley of Tears]]
  • UN Emergency Forces at Kilometre 101, November 1973
  • A knocked-out Egyptian tank
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der Oktober-Krieg (der Jom-Kippur-Krieg 1973)


·noun A plant of the genus Ziziphus (Z. lotus);
- so called by the Arabs of Barbary, who use its berries for food. ·see Lotus (b).


Arab citizens of Israel

The Arab citizens of Israel are the largest ethnic minority in the country. They comprise a hybrid community of Israeli citizens with a heritage of Palestinian citizenship, mixed religions (Muslim, Christian or Druze), bilingual in Arabic and Hebrew, and with varying social identities. Self-identification as Palestinian citizens of Israel has sharpened in recent years, alongside distinct identities including Galilee and Negev Bedouin, the Druze people, and Arab Christians and Arab Muslims who do not identify as Palestinians. In Arabic, commonly used terms to refer to Israel's Arab population include 48-Arab (عرب 48, Arab Thamaniya Wa-Arba'in) and 48-Palestinian (فلسطينيو 48, Filastiniyyū Thamaniya Wa-Arba'in). Since the Nakba, the Palestinians that have remained within Israel's 1948 borders have been colloquially known as "48-Arabs". In Israel itself, Arab citizens are commonly referred to as Israeli-Arabs or simply as Arabs; international media often uses the term Arab-Israeli to distinguish Arab citizens of Israel from the Palestinian Arabs residing in the Palestinian territories.

The traditional vernacular of most Arab citizens of Israel, irrespective of their religious affiliation, is Levantine Arabic. This includes Lebanese Arabic in northern Israel, Palestinian Arabic in central Israel, and Bedouin dialects across the Negev; having absorbed many Hebrew loanwords and phrases, the modern dialect of the Arab citizens of Israel is defined by some as the Israeli Arabic dialect. Most Arab citizens of Israel are functionally bilingual, with their second language being Hebrew. By religious affiliation, the majority are Sunni Muslims. However, there is a significant Christian minority from various Christian denominations, as well as a Druze minority, among other ethnic and religious communities.

According to Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, the Arab-Israeli population in 2019 was estimated to be around 1,890,000, representing 20.95 percent of the country's population. The majority of these citizens identify themselves as Arab or Palestinian by nationality and as Israeli by citizenship. Arab citizens of Israel mostly live in Arab-majority towns and cities, some of which are among the poorest in the country, and generally attend schools that are separated to some degree from those of Jewish Israelis. Arab political parties traditionally did not join governing coalitions until the United Arab List became the first to do so in 2021. Many Arabs have family ties to Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip as well as to Palestinian refugees in the neighbouring states of Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. 60 percent of Israel's Arab citizens have a positive view of the Israeli state; the Druze as well as Bedouins in the Negev and the Galilee tend to identify more as Israelis than other Arab citizens of Israel.

Under Israeli law, Arab residents of East Jerusalem and Druze residents of the Golan Heights (both Israeli-occupied territories) have the right to apply for Israeli citizenship, are entitled to municipal services, and have municipal voting rights; this status is upheld due to Israel's effective annexation of the former through the Jerusalem Law of 1980 and of the latter through the Golan Heights Law of 1981. Both groups have largely foregone applying for Israeli citizenship, with the Palestinians of East Jerusalem and the Syrians of the Golan Heights mostly holding residency status.

Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Israeli Arab
1. Still, Israeli Arab society is just awakening to environmental issues, as the heaps of building materials and refuse scattered around Israeli Arab towns attest.
2. About 200 Israeli Arab protesters rallied at Jerusalem‘s Hebrew University.
3. Some say that Israeli Arab society simply grew up.
4. After all, Israeli Arab victims in this war are newsworthy.
5. Advertisement It is not easy to be an Israeli Arab.