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الآراميون الدكتور / ابراهيم نجيب ميخائيل

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in Library, دراسات سريانية | 0 comments

مقدمـة لم تكن سوريا يوما من الايام دولة لها طابع الدول المعروف أو كيانها بل انها كانت تشتمل مجموعة من الدويلات والشعوب خلقها المركز الجغرافي للاقليم كما خلق من اليونان مثلا دويلات المدن … واستطاعت بعض هذه الدويلات أن تفرض نفسها على التاريخ ، كما فعلت اسرائيل في بعض عهودها بفضل التراث الذي قدمته للأنسانية… التوراة… التي...

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الآراميون الشعب السامي الثالث الرئيسي / الدكتور فيليب حتي

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in Library, دراسات سريانية | 0 comments

  قبل ان يُسمى الآراميون بهذا الاسم كانوا قبائل من الرحل في بادية شمالي الجزيرة العربية  . وكانوا كسائر البدو من قبلهم ومن بعدهم يضغطون من وقتٍ إلى آخر على اراضي جيرانهم النائية في بلاد بابل وسورية وهدفهم امتلاكها وقبل أن ينتصف الألف الثاني ق .م كانت هذه القبائل قد سكنت في ضفاف وادي الفرات الأوسط حيث نشأت قوميتها ولغتها ويمكن...

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The Franks and the Syrian Christians

Posted by on Aug 9, 2017 in Articles, Library, Tribute to Dr. Matti Moosa | 0 comments

The Franks and the Syrian Christians Dr. Matti Moosa The Franks’ interference in the affairs of the Syrian Church seriously weakened their ability to keep the allegiance of the native population in Edessa and elsewhere. This interference was particularly evident in the case of Abu Ghalib bar Sabuni, brother of Bishop Sa’id bar Sabuni, which alienated the Syrians and turned them against the Franks. Abu Ghalib, a monk from the Arnish Monastery near Kesum and Ra’ban, was chosen as bishop of Edessa by Patriarch Abu al-Faraj Athanasius VI in 1101 and took the name Basilius at his ordination....

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The Christians Under Turkish Rule

Posted by on Aug 8, 2017 in Articles, Library, Tribute to Dr. Matti Moosa | 0 comments

The Christians Under Turkish Rule Dr. Matti Moosa More than any other Muslim writer, Ibn al-Athir has discussed the character and achievements of Nur al-Din Zangi, who he says died from al-khawaniq (angina) in 1173-74.[46] Ibn al-Athir says he read the history of the rulers before and after Islam and found no sovereign except al-Khulafa al-Rashidun (the Rightly Guided Caliphs) and the Umayyad Caliph Umar ibn Abd al-Aziz (reigned 717-720) to be more praiseworthy for his conduct, justice, and fairness than al-Malik al-Adil Nur al-Din. He lauds Nur al-Din for his indifference to worldly things...

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Bar Hebraeus and the Alexandrian Library Author(s): Isya Joseph

Posted by on Aug 7, 2017 in Library | Comments Off on Bar Hebraeus and the Alexandrian Library Author(s): Isya Joseph

Bar Hebraeus and the Alexandrian Library Author(s): Isya Joseph   alexandria

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