The Israeli Druze are a unique religious minority of Arab descent located in Israel
. In 2012, there were 130,600 Druze living in the country. In 1957, the Israeli ...
The Druze community in Israel is officially recognized as a separate religious
entity with its own courts (with jurisdiction in matters of personal status - marriage,
Oct 8, 2015 ... Yet, in Israel the strong relationship between Arab Druze and Israeli Jews shows
hope for the future of the Middle East. It's remarkable even that ...
I am just curious to know why one often hears Israeli media say "the Druze...and
the Arabs..." What makes the Druze un-Arab? Don't they speak Arabic? Aren't ...
Mar 28, 2016 ... After many years of living in anticipation of the Golan Heights being turned over
by Israel to Syria, the Golan Druze are settling down to the ...
Nov 1, 2015 ... Illustrative: Druze march in support of Syrian President Bashar Assad in the town
of Majdal Shams on the Golan Heights. (Tsafrir ...
With the outbreak of civil war in Syria, more Druze turn to Israel for citizenship.
Mar 9, 2016 ... The Druze inhabit a unique position in Israeli society, straddling the uneasy
divide between its Jewish and Arab worlds. Comprising only 2% of ...
Mar 10, 2016 ... The Druze numbered more than 1,000,000 in the early 21st century and live
mostly in Lebanon, with smaller communities in Israel, Syria, ...
Nov 2, 2015 ... Professionals Israeli-Druze are about to form Israeli-Druze advocacy group NGO
that will embark on ongoing public diplomacy campaign and ...