Sculptures on a hill in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border, where the 20,000-strong native Druze people remain loyal to Damascus. Photo: Reuters Sculptures on a hill in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border, where the 20,000-strong native Druze people remain loyal to Damascus. Photo: Reuters
Sculptures on a hill in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border, where the 20,000-strong native Druze people remain loyal to Damascus. Photo: Reuters

Syrian civil war divides the Damascus-loyalist Druze in Golan

As the fighting draws near, some are questioning their community's fierce loyalty to Damascus

Sculptures on a hill in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border, where the 20,000-strong native Druze people remain loyal to Damascus. Photo: Reuters Sculptures on a hill in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border, where the 20,000-strong native Druze people remain loyal to Damascus. Photo: Reuters
Sculptures on a hill in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights near the Israeli-Syrian border, where the 20,000-strong native Druze people remain loyal to Damascus. Photo: Reuters
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