- This article is about a town in northern Israel. For the community in southern Israel, see Ar'arat an-Naqab.
'Ar'ara (Arabic: عرعرة; Hebrew: עַרְעָרָה) is an Israeli Arab town in the Wadi Ara region in the Galilee. It is located south of Umm al-Fahm just northwest of the Green Line and is part of the Triangle. In 2009, the population was 16,700. 
Ar'ara was transferred from Jordanian to Israeli jurisdiction in 1949 under the Rhodes armistice agreements. The neighboring village of ʿAra was merged with Ar'ara in 1985.
Coordinates: 32°29′40.41″N 35°05′38.81″E / 32.4945583°N 35.0941139°Ear:عرعرة