Mazloum

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Ignatius IV Sarrouf - Life - Patriarch
... election of the new Patriarch the young Maximos Mazloum, leader of the party which harked back to Germanos Adam and to the previous patriarch Agapios II Matar, and Ignatius Sarrouf, already 70, supported by ... A compromise was brokered Maximus Mazloum remained superior of the seminary established in Ain Traz and on 12 February 1812 Ignatius Sarrouf was elected Patriarch, and confirmed immediately by Rome ... He had not the time to take a formal position against Germanos Adam and Maximos Mazloum because he was murdered by a Melkite faithful on 16 November 1812 for unknown reasons ...
Nelly Mazloum
... Nelly Mazloum (1929 - 21 February 2003) Egyptianof Italian-Greek origin, who was an actress, choreographer, dancer/teacher of ballet, modern dance, Egyptian Folkloric dance, Traditional Oriental dance and creator ... on Egyptian TV as well as her company the "Nelly Mazloum Arabic Troupe of Dancers." ...
Maximos III Mazloum - Life
... Born in Aleppo, Syria in November 1779, Mazloum was ordained priest in 1806 ... Mazloum was a protégé of Germanos Adam, the Melkite Archbishop of Aleppo ... As a consequence, in June 1810 Rome opposed the elevation of Mazloum as Adam's successor in Aleppo ...
Nelly Mazloum - The Early Years
... Nelly-Catherine Mazloum-Calvo was born in Alexandria, Egypt, from wealthy Italian-Greek parents ... Mazloum suffered from paralysis of the legs (poliomyelitis) at the age of two, and walked again after years of hard work and loving care by a paediatrician and his wife who was a ballet ... In 1948 Nelly Mazloum became the prima Ballerina of the Royal Opera House in Cairo (Dar Al Opera) from 1959 to 1964 she was the choreographer of Al Masrah al Kaoumy (Nat ...
Nelly Mazloum - The Move To Greece
... the Minister of Culture which had supported Mazloum was now out of favour ... The support for Mazloum and her company fell way, and many dancers found their employment with the National Troupe of dancers that was the representative of the ... The new regime made life for Mazloum very difficult, starting a slander campaign in the press ...