In terms of legal Israeli designation, the listing is by Arab nationality.Icewhiz (talk) , 1 December 2018 (UTC) I see the problem now, there is an Arab identity, Arab ethnicity, and Arab culture, with a lot of overlap.That is indeed how Arab is often defined, but it would be much like using that to claim a "European ethnicity" that is common to all inhabitants of the European Union.
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The Palestinians are a group that have been Arabized, i.e.
they have culturally and linguistically adopted an Arab identity, much like the Egyptians, but they are not ethnic Arabs, again, much like the Egyptians. Sources are: As far as the "there are Arab citizens of Israel that reject the Palestinian label" there are likewise Palestinian citizens of Israel that reject the "Arab" label, or if we are being more honest about the poll results, prefer Palestinian over any other option.
This requires to change the opening sentence into something more clear and specific.
Please note that in a related case there has been a discussion at the Arab Christians article and there was a consensus that "Arabic-speaking Christians" is way too vague for the content of that article.
I will note that the cited source (JTA) - doesn't support this either (it does say few - not never).
Icewhiz (talk) , 19 December 2018 (UTC) The Cooperation and Brotherhood article is poorly written. I fixed its lede in this edit a few years ago, but the rest of the article was never corrected.
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