|Government||Local council (from 1997)|
|Also spelled|| Bet Zarzir (officially)
|Area||3889 dunams (3.889 km2; 1.502 sq mi)|
Zarzir (Arabic: زرزير, Hebrew: זַרְזִיר), or Beit Zarzir, is an Israeli-Arab local council located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of the city of Nazareth in Israel's North District. It became a local council in 1997 and its population in 2005 was 6,300. Its population consists of five Bedouin tribes.
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