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The Genocide (1914 – 1918) / Statement and Discription / The American Foundation for Syriac Studies

Posted by on Sep 9, 2023 in Library, The Genocide, Syfo | Comments Off on The Genocide (1914 – 1918) / Statement and Discription / The American Foundation for Syriac Studies

  massacre in Sasun (August 1894) The effects of the 1915 massacres have profoundly touched all of us, and together we mourn the terrible loss of so many innocent lives. –U.S. President Bill Clinton, April 24, 1994 more U. S presidential statments: http://www.armenian-genocide.org/current_category.4/affirmation_list.html *** massacre in Constantinople, 30 September 1895 It is not understandable in human terms. God’s ways are not our ways.  It’s all a very great mystery now, but in Heaven we will find the answers to our many why? –Survivor *** The Attack by Softas...

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The Edessene Bishop Author of “The Cause of all Causes” – BIOGRAPHIES OF SYRIAN SCHOLARS AND WRITERS – Mor Ignatius Aphram Barsoum – Translated : By Dr. Matti Moosa

Posted by on Sep 11, 2015 in Library | Comments Off on The Edessene Bishop Author of “The Cause of all Causes” – BIOGRAPHIES OF SYRIAN SCHOLARS AND WRITERS – Mor Ignatius Aphram Barsoum – Translated : By Dr. Matti Moosa

The Edessene Bishop Author of “The Cause of all Causes” This bishop was a distinguished man of learning and a writer of good and masterful style. His name, however, is not known, because he does not mention it in the introduction to his famous work entitled The Causes of all Causes. But he mentions that he was a native of Edessa and had spent about thirty years as a bishop. He also states that he had suffered affliction caused by his people, which forced him to forsake his diocese. After returning to it for a while he finally left if for good, due to the intensified opposition he...

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EDESSA IN THE ERA OF PATRIARCH MICHAEL THE SYRIAN – Rev. Joseph Tarzi, Ph.D.

Posted by on Mar 13, 2014 in Articles, Library | Comments Off on EDESSA IN THE ERA OF PATRIARCH MICHAEL THE SYRIAN – Rev. Joseph Tarzi, Ph.D.

INTRODUCTION The year 1999 not only marked the 800th anniversary of the departure of Patriarch Michael the Great, but also the 7Sth anniversary of the forced mass-exodus of the Syrian Orthodox people of Edessa, and the movement of the Syrian Church of Edessa to Aleppo, Syria. In an attempt to combine the two occasions, I chose the topic of my paper to be “Edessa at the time of Patriarch Michael the Great.” Although Patriarch Michael was born in 1126, and died in 1199, the period covered in this presentation is almost entirely the 12th century, that is from the year 1100 to...

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