The foreign ambassadors will visit Nebi Shueib, the tomb of Jethro, where they will meet with the leadership of the Druze community headed by Sheikh Muwafaq Tarif.
(Communicated by the Deputy Foreign Minister’s Bureau)
On Thursday, March 20, Deputy Foreign Minister Majalli Whbee, MK, will host the diplomatic corps in Israel on a visit to the Druze community. The delegation will be headed by the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Cameroun Ambassador Henri Etoundi Essomba.
During this special study day, the foreign ambassadors will visit Nebi Shueib, the tomb of Jethro, father-in-law of Moses, where they will meet with the leadership of the Druze community headed by Sheikh Muwafaq Tarif and hear lectures on the Druze in Israel.
In addressing the guests, Deputy Foreign Minister Whbee will stress the contribution of the Druze community to public service in Israel in general and the Foreign Ministry in particular, in which senior professional Druze diplomats are currently serving.
The visit will conclude with a traditional luncheon at Nebi Shueib compound.