August 2020

August 28th, 2020

The Religious Landscape in Syria Part 2

The Twentieth Century Onwards Towards the end of the Ottoman Empire in 1914, Christians numbered about 24% of the population of the Empire, and 30% in the area of Greater Syria, which includes Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel and Palestine, and Christian communities played a key part in the social, political, economic and religious landscape of society....

August 21st, 2020

The Religious Landscape in Syria- Part 1

Syria has been described by archaeologists, historians, religious leaders, and travellers alike, as a crossroads of civilisation and of faith....

August 14th, 2020

Long Read: The Story of Maaloula

HART partners with the Syriac Orthodox St. Ephrem Patriarchal Development Committee (EPDC) http://www.epdc-syria.org/index.php, in a project in Maaloula, that seeks to empower local women to preserve fruit and vegetables both to provide food for their families and for income generation....
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