Jadeidi-Makr or Makr-Jadeidi مكر جديده is the smallest city in Israel with a population of 20,100. It was formed by the merger of the two Arab towns of Makr and Jadeidi in 1990. It is located a few kilometers east of the city of Acre in the Northern District.
Location: Central Israel adjacent to the city of Ashdod east of the Tel-Aviv–Ashkelon highway. Population of 22,500 Founded: 1931
Location: Lower Galilee in the Northern District in the Sakhnin valley Population: 24,100
Location: Galilee, Northern District.Population: 21,300
Modi'in Illit is a new city located between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv with a population of 64,200.