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American Druze Society So-Cal Elections: Anything but Transparent!

Well, the Southern California American Druze Society Chapter election results were announced over the weekend on Sunday, October 4, 2020. The exciting unsealing of the ballots or, should one say, “reopening of the previously unsealed ballots”, was supposedly live streamed over Facebook for all local Druze to see and pretend …

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Video Blogs: David Amaneddine, Episode #2

Druze Times Community Video Blogs: David Amaneddine, Druze Spiritual Leadership Coach from Sydney, Australia. Episode #2 – David talks about Like meets Like, Cyclical Universe, Psycho Leaders, and Fake Heroes.

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Video Blogs: David Amaneddine, Episode #1

Druze Times Community Video Blogs: David Amaneddine, Spiritual Leadership Coach from Sydney, Australia. Episode #1 – David talks about stress, procrastination, humility, and a greater power.

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Community Video Blogs: David Amaneddine, Intro

New Community Video Blogs only on Druze Times Business Group features David Amaneddine, Leadership & Holistic Business Coach from Sydney Australia. David discusses business leadership from a faith and spirituality perspective and a range of related topics over a number of episodes.

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Druze Who Act Justly to One Another

In the book, The Druzes, by Nejla M. Abu-Izzeddin, Nejla writes, “faith and good works are inseparable, born of the light cast in the believers’ hearts.” Included after is the following passage from a scriptural manuscript titled Al-Shari’a al-Ruhaniyya (the Spiritual Law), discovered in the middle of the twentieth century. …

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Renouncing Idolatry, A Principle of The Druze Faith

The third tenet in Tawhid is translated by the late Sami Makarem as “Renouncing all Beliefs Leading to the Negation of the Oneness of God”. While this tenet extends across other doctrines, our faith embraces unity and refutes idolatry.  Wiaam El Khatib: Our monotheistic beliefs were notably alluded to during …

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Safeguarding: a Principle of the Druze Faith

We continue our discussion on the Principles of the Druze Faith. In this article, we explain in greater detail the second principle: Safeguarding of Brothers and Sisters, or “Hifz al-Ikhwan”. Almost all religious groups adopted a similar principle at one time or another, and it becomes even more crucial to …

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Truthfulness, a Principle of the Druze Faith

The first and most important principle of the Druze Faith is Truthfulness (“Sidq”, صدق). Honesty or truthfulness is given serious consideration in most religions. Honesty is such a revealing character trait, it is said: whoever can be trusted with a little can be trusted with much. Sidq… Dr. Ramy Fayad: …

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