Ein Qiniyye (Arabic: عين قنية; Hebrew: עֵין קֻנִיֶּה) is an Arab village in the Golan Heights. Ein Qiniyye was granted local council status in 1982. Its inhabitants are mostly Syrian citizens and members of the Druze community.
Some of the young people of the village study at Syrian universities, although a Druze cleric advised them against applying until the war was over. According to a resident of Ein Qiniyye, his relatives in Syria believe that the anti-government protests are backed by the United States and Israel, and want Assad to remain in power.