Asad Ghanma
Asad Ghanma (14 February 1930 - 18 July 2006) (Arabic: أسعد غنما‎) was a Jordanian Orthodox Christian general. From the town of Al Hisn in north of Jordan, he served as Major and Commander o...
Ameen Rihani
Ameen Rihani (Amīn Fāris Anṭūn ar-Rīḥānī) (Arabic: أمين الريحاني‎ / ALA-LC: Amīn ar-Rīḥānī; 1876 – 1940), was a Lebanese Arab-American writer, intellectual and political activist. He w...
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Elie Saab
Elie Saab (Arabic: إيلي صعب) (born July 4, 1964), sometimes known simply as 'ES', is a Lebanese fashion designer. His main workshop is in Lebanon, with additional workshops in Milan and Paris.
Eli...
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Pope Sisinnius
Pope Sisinnius (c. 650 – 4 February 708) was Pope from 15 January to his death in 708.A Syrian by birth, Sisinnius' father's name was John. The paucity of donations to the papacy during his reign (42 ...
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Patrick D'Rozario
Patrick D'Rozario (born 1 October 1943, Padrishibpur, Barisal, British India, ) is the Catholic Archbishop of the archdiocese of Dhaka, making him the highest ranked priest of the Roman Catholic Churc...
Suleiman Mousa
Suleiman Mousa (Arabic: سليمان الموسى‎) (11 June 1919 – 9 June 2008) was a Jordanian author and historian born in Al-Rafeed, a small village north of the city of Irbid. He wrote up to fifty ...
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Lebanese Christians
Christianity in Lebanon has a long and continuous history beginning with the visits of Jesus to the southern territories, where he is said to have performed many miraculous healings. Biblical Scriptur...
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Tan Chuan-Jin
Tan Chuan-Jin (simplified Chinese: 陈川仁; traditional Chinese: 陳川仁; pinyin: Chén Chuānrén; Wade–Giles: Ch'en2 Ch'uan1 Jen2; born 10 January 1969) is a Singaporean politician. A member of...
Mavia (queen)
Not to be confused with Mania (queen)Mavia, (Arabic: ماوية‎, Māwiyya; also transliterated Mawia, Mawai, or Mawaiy, and sometimes referred to as Mania) was an Arab warrior-queen, who ruled ov...
Philip the Arab and Christianity
Philip the Arab was one of the few 3rd-century Roman emperors sympathetic to Christians, although his relationship with Christianity is obscure and controversial. Philip was born in Auranitis, an Arab...
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International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) is a Christian Zionist organisation based in Jerusalem, Israel.
The International Christian Embassy was founded in 1980 by evangelical Christia...
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Kurdish Christians
Kurdish Christians (Kurdish: Kurdên Maseehi) are Kurds who follow Christianity.
According to a legend, Mar Saba succeeded in converting some sun-worshipping Kurds to Christianity in the fifth cent...
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Senharib Malki
Sanharib Malki Sabah (born 1 March 1984) is a Syrian footballer who plays as a striker for Kasımpaşa in the Turkish Süper Lig and the Syrian national team.For K.S.V. Roeselare, his previous club, he s...
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