The Alawite State or the Alaouites is located between Hatay and the Lebanon. Geographically within Syria, Alawi was administered under a French mandate between 1920 and 1930.
France never designed postage stamps specifically for Alawite. There was an initial period in which Syrian stamps were used. In 1925, French stamps were overprinted "ALAOUITES", followed by a denomination in piastres and this was followed by the same information in Arabic.
See all Alaouites stamps in the StampWorld free online catalogue.
Scanned album pages from the worldwide stamp collection of Antonius Ra.
An overview of Alaouites stamp issues, on the Stamps of Distinction site.