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The story of Father Paolo and the picturesque Deir Mar Mousa

DEIR MAR MOUSA – THE STORY OF FATHER PAOLO DALL’OGLIO AND THE PICTURESQUE DEIR MAR MOUSA By Alisar Iram By Alisar Iram / in My Take       / tags Kidnapping, Religion, Revolution, Syria, Terrorism, War What has prompted me to revise this article and try to publish … Continue reading

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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

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