Heralded as one of the most extensive collections of ancient Israel artifacts ever organized, the Franklin Institute’s new “Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times” exhibit speaks to […]
Hajj starts on the eighth day of the lunar month of Dhul Hijja, which falls this year on Friday November 4.
Google puts the dead sea scrolls online- The Inquirer. The firm has published the Biblical scriptures and is offering them in a searchable format. Presumably this book is not aimed […]
The sacred relics of Prophet Muhammad will be displayed in Istanbul during Muslim people’s holy month of Ramadan.
Henrik Larsson, a pastor with the Church of Sweden in Nacka and project manager for the initiative, says that God’s House will be the first building to house a church […]
Textile treasures of Turkish Armenian Patriarchate revealed in a book – Hurriyet Daily News and Economic Review. The closed doors of Turkish Armenian Patriarchate have been opened for two US […]
Istanbul’s tiny Greek community has revived an all-but-extinct tradition by celebrating Bakla Horani, an evening of carousing at the end of carnival ahead of Lent. About 300 masked, painted and […]