The Writing of the WillThe honorable late Sheikh wrote his Will and changed it a several times, in light of the circumstances. The first Will was written in the presence of a registry clerk at Akko's Courthouse. This Will referred to all assets of the deceased. The second Will was written in his own handwriting in 1983 and included the following topics:
The Execution of the WillOn 4/10/1993, after the eulogy ceremony and before the funeral of the late Sheikh Ameen Tareef, Sheikh Abu Azam Nawaf Halabi, the former mayor of the municipality of Daliat EI-Carmel gave a short speech and requested the respected Druze religious leaders to carry out the Sheikh's Will and to dress his grandson, Sheikh Muafak Tareef, with the late Sheikh's gown. Many of the present religious leaders rose up and dressed Sheikh Muafak with the gown as a sign of appreciation and appointment to be the next spiritual leader of the Druze community in Israel. The spiritual leadership of the Druze in Israel decided that right after finishing the construction of the tomb, an inauguration assembly will take place and the Will will be read in public.
On 22/10/1993, approximately one thousand Druze religious leaders gathered in the house of the late Sheikh, and asked Sheikh Abu Yusef Salech Kadmani from the village Yarka to read the Will out loud.
At the end of the assembly all participants accepted the following resolutions, which have been written down in Arabic and signed:
The wording of the WillThe Will of the late Sheikh Ameen Tareef was written in his handwriting in Arabic.