- Mar·o·nite (m r -n t ). n. A member of a Christian Uniat church, chiefly of Lebanon, the liturgy of which is written in Syriac.
- The Maronites
- The Maronites : the origins of an antiochene church : a historical and geographical .
- A Reading in the History of the Maronites of Cyprus From the Eighth
- History narrates four major migrations of the Maronites to the Cypriot. Island. The first Maronites from the plains of ancient Syria to Mount Lebanon.
- the Maronites in - The Genographic Project - National Geographic
- Influences of history, geography, and religion on genetic structure: the Maronites in Lebanon.
- The Maronites of Cyprus
- Jan 29, 2010 of Maronites took place, to which fiefs, manors and privileges were 60.
- Lebanon's MTV News Defies Critics, Rolls With the Punches
- It charged MTV with turning it into a daily serial highlighting the Shiite residents' assault and their Hezbollah protectors on the innocent Maronites in the region.
- The Alawites and Israel
- Furthermore, the overwhelming majority of non-Sunnis living in the western Levant – not only Jews but also Alawites, Shi'ites, Maronites, and Druse – reject the idea of living under Sunni domination (only the non-Maronite Christians do not).
- Bahrain: The divided kingdom
- In later years, I moved to Beirut to cover the many-sided civil war, at the heart of which was the conflict between Muslims and Maronites.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Maronites
- The Maronites (Syriac Marunôye; Arabic Mawarinah) number about 300000 souls, distributed in Syria, Palestine, Cyprus, and Egypt.
- Phoenicia: The Maronites and Lebanon, A Brief History
- Maronite history is colored with the romance that attaches itself to a struggle of a determined people.
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