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- The Alawis, or Alawites (Arabic: علوية‎ Alawīyah), are a sect of Shia Islam[better source needed] primarily centred in Syria. The Alawites revere Ali (Ali...
- The Alawite State (Arabic: دولة جبل العلويين‎, Dawlat Jabal al-‘Alawiyyīn; French: État des Alaouites), officially named the Territory of the Alawites (French:...
- Alawite revolt may refer to: Alawite revolt (1834–35) Alawite revolt of 1919 Sectarianism and minorities in the Syrian Civil War...
- This list of Alawites includes prominent Alawite figures, mostly Syrians, who are notable in their areas of expertise. Adunis, poet Badawi al-Jabal, poet...
- The Alaouite dynasty, or Alawite dynasty (Arabic: سلالة العلويين الفيلاليين‎, Sulālat al-ʿAlawiyyīn al-Fīlālīyn), is the current Moroccan royal family...
- focus of the conflict has been identified by some as a ruling minority Alawite government and allied Shi'a governments such as Iran, pitted against the...
- pro-government Alawite civilians and executed captured Syrian Alawite soldiers, with most Alawites supporting Bashar al-****ad, himself an Alawite. ISIS, al-Nusra...
- or Banu Kalb, are one of four tribes, or tribal confederations, of the Alawite community in Syria. Syrian Presidents Hafez al-****ad and his son Bashar...
- Beirut. The great majority of Shia Muslims in Lebanon are Twelvers, with an Alawite minority numbering in the tens of thousands in north Lebanon. Few Isma'ilis...
- (1930–1958), as well as smaller states: the State of Greater Lebanon, the Alawite State and Jabal Druze State. Hatay was annexed by Turkey in 1939. The French...
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