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She worked tirelessly organizing assistance from the Druze in the Midwest for the Druze Orphanage in Lebanon, the Dar el-Yateem.
She worked tirelessly until the Dar el-Druze became a reality.
She also dedicated herself to the founding of the American Druze Society in Michigan.
When the Branch #2 El-Bakaurat Ed-Dirziyat met each month, Nagela Mullin opened her home in Detroit, Michigan to the Druzes throughout the State of Michigan.
The years between 19, when the Druze wives began to join their husbands, were difficult for the newcomers.
Druze women throughout the United States have involved themselves in civic and community affairs. It is recorded by Colonel Churchill that in the days of the Tanukhid emir Nasir al-Din Husayn (668-751/1269-1350) reading and writing became common, even among females.
They hold prominent positions in the fields of medicine, law, education, as well as, in corporations and other businesses. He continues: "in this respect, women of Druze shaykhs, even to this day (mid-nineteenth century), maintain a marked superiority over the rest of their sex throughout the country." A nineteenth century Lebanese chronicler wrote: "few are the Druze women who cannot read, or are jahilat, i.e., denied access to the Scriptures." ( Abu-Izzeddin, Nejla M., A New Study of Their History, Faith and Society, Leiden - E, J, Brill, 1984, p.234.
She married my father, Farris Milhem Abu Ghanim from Bmhrine in the Chouf, in 1927 and came to the United States to join my father a year later.
She was from among the first women immigrants in the United States, and she lived a life of a lady with the true spirit of the Druze social values.
In the “Druze Profile” (see main menu) the role of the Druze women in the United States, from the first immigrants to the present American Druze lady, I show the exemplary and commendable role of Druze women here in America.
The roles of Lebanese women have traditionally been restricted to those of mother and homemaker.