|The areas of kufr in 1910, one of the battles of the sons of the mountain against Sami Pasha al-Faruqi, which the Ottoman Sultanate was waging on the Druze mountain to break its thorn and subject it to its control|
|, King Faisal I granted him the title of Pasha for his bravery in 1918, in the Arab army||Sultan's life and family heritage Sultan Pasha al-Atrash was born in the village of al-Quraya in the Suwayda Governorate, Salkhad region in the Levant in the year 1888 and died on March 26, 1982, in the famous Druze family of al-Atrash|
The Turks executed him by hanging because of his rebellion in 1911.19
|Males: Talal, Fawaz, Youssef and Jihad all died, Mansour, Nasser, Talal, females: Ghazieh, Petla, Emerald, Turkish, Naifa, Aida and Muntah The Great Arab Revolt Sultan Pasha al-Atrash joined the Ottoman military and performed military service for the Ottoman state in Anatolia||It seems that he wanted to confront the French and British presence, so he returned to the Levant and began to be active in contacting the Arab movements|
|Thanks to its permanent relationship with Damascus, Al-Qurayya became a refuge and stronghold for the militants joining the Arab revolution in Aqaba||After dividing the Middle East and the Levant into five federations, the French proposed to him the rule of Jabal al-Druze in the Suwayda Governorate, as the most prominent Druze leader at that time|
Article July 24, 2021 Sultan al-Atrash, better known as Sultan Pasha al-Atrash March 5, 1891 - March 26, 1982 , was a Syrian national leader and revolutionary Mujahid who belongs to the Druze Almohad sect and is considered the commander-in-chief of the Great Syrian Revolution that broke out against French colonialism in 1925.