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Malola; a village in the mountains of Syria. It is the only and last place where people speak Aramaic; the language of Christ and the mother language of both Arabic and Hebrew.

Saint Tekla convent, of Greek orthodox rite, in Maalula. The legend claims that a pagan girl converted to Christianity by Saint Paul found shelter in the cave l

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The ancient village of Ma’loula, the last place where aramaic language is still spoken, Syria (by mporta).

The ancient village of Ma’loula, the last place where Aramaic language (the language that Jesus spoke) is still spoken, Syria (by mporta). The village was recently attacked by rebels

Ma’loula, Syria The residents of Ma’loula speak a specific dialect of western Aramaic. scholars believe the dialect of Aramaic spoken by Jesus was of the same branch the residents speak.

Syria - Maaloula - It is a village to the north of Damascus where the Ancient Aramaic language ( language of prophet Jesus peace be upon him )is still spoken here.

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