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Worldwide there are probably about one million Druze living mainly in Syria and Lebanon, with 104,000 in Israel, including about 18,000 in the Golan (which came under Israeli rule in 1967) and several thousands who emigrated to Europe and North and South America.The Druze community in Israel has a special standing among the country's minority groups, and members of the community have attained high-level positions in the political, public and military spheres.From the theological perspective, the secrecy derives from the tenet that the gates of the religion were open to new believers for the space of a generation when it was first revealed and everyone was invited to join.Since in their belief everyone alive today is the reincarnation of someone who lived at that time, there is no reason to allow them to join today.Some 30 years later, there were 18,729 Druze students, an increase by a factor of 19.Today there are over 30,000 Druze students in the school system - some 2.3% of all pupils in Israel, although the representation of Druze in the general population is only 1.6%.The Druze perform their spiritual reckoning with God at all times, and consequently need no special days of fasting or atonement.The Druze religion is secret and closed to converts.

The Druze consider their faith to be a new interpretation of the three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

The mentors and prophets come from all three religions, and include Jethro and Moses, John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth, and Salman the Persian and Mohammed - all reincarnations of the same monotheistic idea.

In addition, the Druze hold other influential people - regardless of their religion - in great esteem, as the advocates of justice and belief in one god.

They argue that individuals who believe that God will forgive them if they fast and pray, will commit transgressions in the expectation of being forgiven - and then repeat their sins.

The Druze thus eliminated all elements of ritual and ceremony; there is no fixed daily liturgy, no defined holy days, and no pilgrimage obligations.