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    Dear Thomas, Informative article!!!. I pray that the Lord help preserve the languagae forever. Thanks Prince Abraham ... From: Thomas Daniel To:
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      Dear Thomas,
       
      Informative article!!!. I pray that the Lord help preserve the languagae forever.
       
       
      Thanks
      Prince Abraham
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      Sent: Monday, January 26, 2004 12:38 AM
      Subject: [SORForum] Language of Christ survived two millennia, on cusp of extinction

      Language of Christ survived two millennia, on
      cusp of extinction
      BY LIZ SLY
      Chicago Tribune

      MAALULA, Syria - KRT NEWSFEATURES

      (KRT) - In this quaint stone village perched high
      in the mountains above Damascus, the language of
      Christ has somehow, miraculously, endured through
      the millennia.

      Aramaic, which was dominant in the region when
      Jesus was alive, died out elsewhere many centuries
      ago. But in remote Maalula, time and geography have
      conspired to keep it alive, and today this village
      is the last place on Earth in which the language
      spoken by Jesus is still the native tongue.

      To read more about it, please visit
      http://www.thestate.com/mld/thestate/news/world/5428392.htm

      Here's a short description of the aforementioned village,
      with pictures:
      http://www.syrialive.net/Tourism/MajorSites/ma3lola/ma3loola.htm


      In His Love
      Thomas Daniel (Reji)
      St. George Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church
      Cheppaud, Alleppy (Dist), Kerala, Inida



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