Al-Batuf Regional Council

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The al-Batuf Regional Council (Arabic: البطوف‎, Hebrew: מועצה אזורית אל-בטוף‎, Mo'atza Azorit al-Batuf) is a regional council located on the southern fringe of the Beit Netofa Valley North of Nazareth within the North District of Israel. It was formerly part Lev HaGalil regional council until 2000 and consists of the following four rural Israeli Arab villages.

The regional council is named after the Al-Batuf Plain (the Arabic name of Beit Netofa Valley), on which it is located. According to the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, al-Batuf had a population of 6,700 in 2010.[1]

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  1. ^ al-Batuf Regional Council Central Bureau of Statistics

Coordinates: 32°47′N 35°19′E / 32.783°N 35.317°E / 32.783; 35.317