The Druze villages are usually centered around the family a supreme important element in their culture. If you become friends and are "accepted" with one member of a family it tends to "spread" and you may become friendly with many other members of the family.
Here you can see Zoahra with other members of Yossef's family who invited us over to their home for an afternoon.
But then we also sometimes bring friends so they can enjoy Beit Jann with us, here Nathalie and Zohara are patiently waiting in the evening for their cup of coffee to be served to them by me or Rob.
As I have said, it is just so easy to make friends on Beit Jann, here Yossef's wife Adiva is with Zohara, and after this visit they also came down to our home here in Arad to visit us...
The second photo shows Zohara with Adiva and her eldest son.
The third photo is Zohara with Adiva and Yossef while preparing dinner.
The fourth photo shows Rob and I with Yossef and Adiva's eldest son.
On Har Harie, the most sacred spot for the Druze of Beit Jann, they have erected a small memorial for two of the villages sons who fell in the line of duty while serving in the Israeli Army.