Category Archives: Arab Islamic Civilization
I must remember that I am an artist. I must remember my paintings, my etchings, my ceramics and my glass sculptures. The sorrows of Syria, the irredeemably harrowing o pain of the children of Syria and my bearing witness to them have almost severed my life-giving relationship … Continue reading
The story of Father Paolo Dall’Oglio and the picturesque craggy Deir Mar Mousa of the lovely frescoes where he lived and preached love
This is the story of a priest who fell in love with an ancient country and its people, a colorful country with amazing diversity and vitality, a country which watched the first steps of mankind towards civilization. One day on … Continue reading
My art and poetry before the Syrian Revolutionm.
http://alisariramart.wordpress.com/ I have decided to start a blog for my art and poetry before the Revolution. My art in particular ,which was greatly inspired by Arab Islamic art and civilization is very relevant to this blog dedicated to the Syrian … Continue reading
Bearing witness: Alisar Iram The loss of a great library is like an amputation performed on world knowledge and cognition…Alisar I am going to update this posting then reblog it in view of fresh material I was able to collect on the … Continue reading