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Turks in Israel

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Turks in Israel
Total population
  • Turkish minority: unknown
  • Turkish citizens only: 22,000 (2007)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Languages
Turkish
Religion
Islam

The Turks in Israel, also referred to as Israeli Turkmen[2] are ethnic Turkish descendants who have had a long-established presence in the region.

Migration of Turkish settlers to the Levant began in the 12th century, and continued throughout the Mamluk and Ottoman rule.[2]

In early 2000s, Turkish workers from the Republic of Turkey have settled in Israel and work predominantly on construction projects.[3]

Diaspora

During and after the 1947–1949 Palestine war, some Turkmen fled the region and settled in Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon.[4]

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.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Council of Europe 2007, 131.
  2. ^ a b c Suwaed, Muhammad (2015), "Turkmen, Israeli", Historical Dictionary of the Bedouins, Rowman & Littlefield, p. 237, ISBN 1442254513
  3. ^ Drori 2009, 9.
  4. ^ Suwaed 2015, 121.

Bibliography

  • Council of Europe (2007), Parliamentary Assembly: Working Papers 2007 Ordinary Session 22–26 January 2007, Council of Europe, ISBN 92-871-6191-7.
  • 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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