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All Posts Tagged With: "Druze"

Contestant No. 2: Introduction

(July 29, 2009) Duah Fares is an Arab-Israeli teenager and member of the Druze religion. When she sets her sights on the Miss Israel pageant, her tight-knit religious community balks. The pageant requires contestants to wear a bathing suit, an act that could disgrace her family and even put her in danger.

Jul 12th, 2011 | Comments

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Contestant No. 2: Full Episode

Watch the full episode of Contestant No. 2, about an Arab-Israeli teenager and member of the Druze religion. When she sets her sights on the Miss Israel pageant, her tight-knit community balks.

Jul 30th, 2009 | Comments

Contestant No. 2: Staying Druze in America

WIDE ANGLE visits this year's American Druze Society convention in Washington, D.C. and talks to participants about growing up Druze, dating, marrying and holding on to their culture and religion within the melting pot of American society.

Jul 29th, 2009 | Comments

Contestant No. 2: Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Minority Faiths

What does the color green represent in the Rastafari faith? Test your knowledge of the Druze and other minority faiths with this interactive quiz.

Jul 29th, 2009 | Comments

Contestant No. 2: Slideshow: Who Are the Druze?

Learn more about the faith, culture and history of the Druze, a tight-knit social and religious community with an estimated one million members worldwide.

Jul 29th, 2009 | Comments

Contestant No. 2: Filmmaker’s Notes

Filmmaker Ibtisam Mara'ana describes her experience working on the film.

Jul 29th, 2009 | Comments

Contestant No. 2: Credits

Credits for Contestant No. 2.

Jul 29th, 2009 | Comments

Contestant No. 2: Watch Preview

Click to watch a preview of Contestant No. 2.

Jul 20th, 2009 | Comments

Heart of Jenin: Epilogue: Where Are They Now?

Here's an update on Ismael Khatib and the three children featured in the film whose lives were saved by Khatib's decision to donate his son's organs.

Jul 7th, 2009 | Comments

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