List of Druze

The list of Druze includes prominent Druze figures who are notable in their areas of expertise.

Lebanese-American media personality Casey Kasem at the 41st Primetime Emmy Awards
Sultan Pasha al-Atrash (1885–1982), commander of the Syrian Revolution of 1925–1927.
Amin Tarif was the religious leader of the Druze in Palestine and Israel
Ziad Aboultaif is the first Druze elected to public office outside of the Middle East
Nazar Mahmud is an Israeli figure skater
Nabil Kanso is a Lebanese-American painter

LiteratureEdit

MediaEdit

PoliticsEdit

CanadaEdit

IsraelEdit

LebanonEdit

SyriaEdit

JordanEdit

  • Ayman Safadi – Deputy Prime Minister and Jordan's Minister of Foreign Affairs.

VenezuelaEdit

ReligionEdit

SecurityEdit

SportsEdit

Visual artsEdit

OthersEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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