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Since their inception, the Druzes have enveloped their religious beliefs, and it remains the same today. The Druzes, says Dr. Najla Abu Izzidinne in The Druzes, E.J. Brill, 1984, have robust and vigorous qualities. They are a self-confident people; they have dignity of bearing and refinement of manners. These qualities are found in Druse society, high and low.
The Druses are found everywhere around the world. They have maintained their beliefs, and at the same time, their dignity and fidelity to the land in which they live. In the United States, the Druses are respected and admired for their good breeding and manners. more

americandruzeheritage by julie mullin makarem American Druze society (ADS) history dedication americandruzeheritage website to uncle henry flehan. the center for arab american studies (caas) bentley historical library michigan historical collection oral history project The Oral History Project Collections and Programs history of the druze in America from 1908 to 2006 Sally howell's questions from "the history of the druze in America and my answers" druze profile the initiated (uqqal; sing., aqil) the druze religion the druzes in israel druze solidarity law of domestic relations druze participation in ruling the country of lebanon kamal jumblat migration a lebanese treasure sheikh nassib makarem sheikh nassib makarem the fine writings the druze overview druze culture overview druze research sources Annual Druze Conventions in the World conclusion