The Slow Disappearance of the Syriacs from Turkey and of the Grounds of the Mor Gabriel Monastery

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Pieter Omtzigt, Markus K. Tozman, Andrea Tyndall
LIT Verlag Münster, 2012 - 268 pagina's
"This is an astonishing book which reveals the importance, relevance and the wider significance of Mor Gabriel Monastery not only for the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch but also for the Christian Church worldwide. In it, the reader will find an invaluable tool to understand the situation and plight of the Syriac Christians, one of the most important and interesting minorities in the region of the Middle East out of which the Bible & Christianity sprang." -- His Holiness Ignatius Zakka Ist Iwas, Patriarch of the Syriac-Orthodox Church of Antioch and all the East (Series: Geschichte - Vol. 111)
 

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Foreword
1
Dr Pieter Omtzigt Dutch
7
The Collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the Seyfo against
15
High Aspirations Highly Neglected
25
WhoaretheSyriacs?
47
TheSyrianOrthodoxChurch
57
The TurkishKurdish Conƀict and
63
Secularism with an Islamic Flavour and Persisting Obstacles
73
The Role of Religious Freedom in the Context of the Accession
157
A Historical Overview and its Wider
181
ReconciledbyMorGabriel
201
TheSaintGabrielMonasteryTrust
209
St Gabriel and Religious Freedom in Turkey
219
Gus Bilirakis US Congress Member
227
InterviewwithSébastiendeCourtois
243
Dr Pieter Omtzigt Dutch
249

Quo Vadis Assyrians?
99
Almost a Miracle Syriacs are Returning to their Homelands
123
Cadastral Registration of Lands and Preservation Orders in Turkeys
139
Dr Pieter Omtzigt Dutch
261
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