Arab Jewish Americans come from various countries throughout the Arab World, including Israel. They are most likely the group that is least associated with conventional definitions of Arab-Americans.
In the United State,s Arab Jews interact with other Jews from other parts of the globe, and participate in a co-mingling of religious and cultural traditions.
Most Arab Jewish Americans identify more strongly with the Jewish part of their identity rather than with their Arab side. Nevertheless, they represent a significant portion of the Arab Americans in the US today and should not be overlooked.