Hurfeish (Arabic: حرفيش; Hebrew: חֻרְפֵישׁ) (lit. "milk thistle")  is a Druze town in the Northern District of Israel.
Hurfeish surrendered to the advancing Israeli army during Operation Hiram, October 1948. An IDF plan, December 1949, to expel the population was blocked by the Foreign Ministry.
Hurfeish was declared a local council in 1967. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) it had a total population of 5,200 in 2006, with a growth rate of 1.9%. The majority of residents are Druze, with a small number of Christians and Muslims. A large percentage of the population are police and army officers, serving with the Israel Police and the Israel Defense Forces.
The tomb of Sabalan, a Druze prophet, often identified with the Biblical Zebulon, is located in Hurfeish, on the top of Mount Zvul.