Turks in Israel
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The Turks in Israel, also referred to as Israeli Turkmen are ethnic Turkish descendants who have had a long-established presence in the region. Migration of Turkish settlers began in the 12th century, and continued throughout the Mamluk and Ottoman rule. During the British mandate of Palestine, the Turkmen lived mostly in the Jezreel Valley region; and, up until the Israeli conquest in 1967, Turkmen tribes lived in the Golan Heights.
- Turkish minorities in the former Ottoman Empire
- Arkadaş Association
- Circassians in Israel
- Israel–Turkey relations
- Turkish Jews in Israel
- Turks in Palestine
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- Drori, Israel (2009), Foreign Workers in Israel: Global Perspectives, SUNY Press, ISBN 0-7914-7689-8.
- Suwaed, Muhammad (2015), "Turkmen, Israeli", Historical Dictionary of the Bedouins, Rowman & Littlefield, p. 237, ISBN 1442254513
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