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This work employs methods from architectural studies, urban studies, and ethnography to chart the influence of Turkish and Middle Eastern Syriac Orthodox Christian immigrants on SwedenAEs architecture, urban development, and built environment over the past 55 years.
From the perspective of late antique and Syriac Christian studies, the first and longest essay of the volume--accounting for roughly twenty percent of its content--may be its most valuable.
BEIRUT: A Syriac delegation visited Lebanese politicians Thursday to push for more representation of the sect in Parliament as well as discussing other matters related to the situation in the region.
Later studies by European experts on Syriac language showed that it is one of the most credible and ancient Bibles in the world.
The Turabdin Solidarity Committee and the Mesopotamia Syriac, Chaldean, Assyrian, Aramean Solidarity Association report that 12 people have been killed, four churches have been burned and roughly 3,000 Syriacs have had to flee to the towns of al-Hasakah and Qamishli.
ANKARA, Jan 4 (KUNA) -- Kenan Gurdal, Vice-President of the Beyoglu Syriac Meryem Ana Church Foundation in Turkey, said Sunday he would be gathering donations to build mosques for Muslims in appreciation of the Ankara government's allocation of a land lot for a church in Istanbul.
Summary: Church is for country's tiny Syriac community and will be built in Istanbul suburb of Yesilkoy on shores of Sea of Marmara.
Syriac Catholic Patriarch Ignace Joseph III Younan called the Islamic State invasion "pure and simple religious cleansing and attempted genocide.
Monographs of the Peshitta Institute Leiden; studies in the Syriac versions of the Bible and their cultural contexts; v.
The rabbis are to be set next to Syriac (Christian Aramaic) Christianity, particularly the writings of Aphrahat, a Syriac author of the fourth century CE.
The double dot symbol appears in Syriac manuscripts of the Bible dating back to the fifth century.