Maghar (Arabic: المغار, Hebrew: מַעָ'אר, also al-Maghar or Mghar; lit. the cave) is a Druze-majority mixed town in Israel's Northern District with an area of 19,810 dunams. Maghar was given the status of a local council in 1956. In 2019 it has a population of 22,957. Its population consists of 57% Druze, 23% Christians, and 20% Muslims.