During the beginning the latest Intifada in 2000, Pals sent representatives - Israeli Arabs - to the leaders of other Israeli Arab cities asking them to join in the aggression against Israel, from within. Some complied, and still do, such as Umm Al-Faqm and parts of Nazareth. One that did not was a city on the coast, near Hadera, which are Sudanese Arabs brought by the Ottomans (as they did with many cultures) to the Sultanate of Palestine near the 1900s. They politely told Arafat and his internal henchmen to go pound sand. They are peaceful with Israel and no one bothers them. They usually welcome their Jewish counterparts when they pass through on weekend trips to see the beaches and the Roman Aquaduct nearby.
3 Arabs arrested on suspicion of torching tires on junction near Ahihud, in Galilee (Haaretz)
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