druse in israel

President Reuven Rivlin hugs heads of Druze local Councils at the President's Residence on Sunday, J
No difference between Druze, Jewish blood on the battlefield

“A basic law should relate to everyone and not just to the dominant sector of the population.”

A DRUSE man watches the fighting in Syria from the Israeli side of the Golan Heights
How far will Israel go to protect Syria’s Druse?

“Protecting Hader is an Israeli interest," Communications Minister Ayoub Kara, who is of Druse origin, said.

By CHARLES BYBELEZER/THE MEDIA LINE
08/11/2017
Saleh Sa'ad
Likud MKs to Zionist Union chairman: Don’t let alleged fraud enter Knesset

Globes revealed that Sa’ad earned an extra NIS 1,000 per month because he had reported that he had a law degree.

01/10/2017
Israeli mosque
In mixed hometown of slain Druse officer, stun grenades thrown at mosques

The incidents came two days after police officer Hail Stawi, 30, a Mughar native, was killed by Israeli-Arab attackers near the Temple Mount compound.

Kaamil Snaan
Officers killed in Old City attack are buried, remembered as patriots

Political leaders praise dedication of Druse community to nation’s security.

rivlin druse
Four kadis appointed to Israel's Druse courts

Rivlin: Judges a bridge between traditional values and those of the present era

Ghadir Kamal Meriach
Female Druse news presenter makes history on Channel 1

Ghadir Kamal Meriach became the first female Druse news presenter on Channel 1, earning praise from industry peers.

A DRUSE man watches the fighting in Syria from the Israeli side of the Golan Heights
Time for a reset

Radical Islam, of both the Sunni and Shi’ite flavors, has become the dominant political force in much of the Middle East.

By GIDEON SAAR , OFIR HAIVRY
14/02/2017
BULLET HOLES are seen in the memorial to hero medic Sgt. Salah Tafesh
Memorial for slain Druse soldier vandalized

Family members said that they have difficulty understanding the vandalism, calling it “a crime of the utmost severity.”

Druse Israel
Top of the hill

Usfiya’s Druse residents are so hospitable it’s even fun to get lost in the Mount Carmel village.

By MEITAL SHARABI
01/12/2016
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