Islam. a member of an independent religious sect living chiefly in Syria, Lebanon, and Israel, established in the 11th century as a branch of Ismaʿili Shiʿism and containing elements of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and believing in the transmigration of souls and the ultimate perfection of humankind.
- Dru·ze·an, Dru·zi·an, adjective
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How to use Druze in a sentence
Traditional Assad allies, including the 700,000-strong Druze community and elements of the Alawite minority, have been crushed by the economic crisis and years of rampant inflation, and have placed the blame squarely at Assad’s door.
The problem of lack of zoning by the State for construction in the Druze villages is seething under the surface.
And Yisrael Beiteinu can claim to have multicultural credentials with their Arab Druze MK.
The Druze are a religious/ethnic minority without national aspirations.
They proudly take an Israeli flag on all of their outings, and display an Israeli and a Druze flag in all of their branches.
The Christians and Druze communities, while not culpable, know what al-Qaida did to minorities in Iraq and elsewhere.
She was a Druze woman, and gifted with the wonderful beauty that Nature has showered on the women of Syria.
But if you are hidden in a bale of goods on a camel in the caravan, who will suspect, who will know that the Druze has taken you?
A moment after the boughs overhead parted, and the lithe Druze dropped down noiselessly beside her.
The dogmas generally cited as tenets of the Druze religion are those taught to the lowest and uninitiated class.Palestine | Claude Reignier Conder
It is worth much to have rescued a Khozma and an Abla from the degradation of Druze superstition!The Women of the Arabs | Henry Harris Jessup