Sister Cities of the World

Sister cities of Misgav Regional Council

The Misgav Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית משגב‎, Mo'atza Azorit Misgav ISO 259-3 Moˁaça ʔazorit Miśgabb) is a regional council in the Galilee region in northern Israel. The regional council is home to 22,000 people, and comprises 35 small towns, mostly community settlements but also several Kibbutzim and Moshavim. The population of 29 of these is primarily Jewish, and 6 are Bedouin. The region is noted for the way that Jewish and non-Jewish communities live side-by-side.

The administrative designation regional council does not imply that every town in some contiguous geographic region belongs to it. Most Arab towns in the region are not part of the regional council, and are considered separate local councils. Neither is Karmiel, a city which lies in the heart of the Misgav region but does not belong to the regional council. The population of Karmiel alone is more than twice that of the entire Misgav Regional Council.

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