History and origins
Much of the Jewish-Arab Alliance's history is shrouded in mystery however it is most commonly told that they grew out of the Arab-Israeli conflict which soon ended with their intervention however the agreement was signed between Israeli and Arab leaders Avram Kishon and Rahman Ali Khan. This led to public outrage against the organization which soon was quelled by soldiers trained by the J.A.A and assistance from the Arab Syndicate.
The J.A.A soon got into power which lasted little more than a year, during this time the J.A.A took an extremely harsh stance against the West in particular the United States but it was soon forced underground by the new and current Israeli government.
Symbols and vehicles
The traditional emblem of the Jewish Arab Alliance is the Star of David, however it is never used as an official symbol; instead the Star of David is used in some Israeli bases of the Alliance and it instead opts for an Elven star, a seven pointed star in place of the hexagram.
In contrast to other organizations that are operational during the Second Cold War, the J.A.A is probably the least prominent on the streets. The only indicator of their presence in Israel are often military trucks though these are rarely seen if ever seen.