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Syriacism is national church showing tendency to Monophysitism and having emerged due to the belief disagreements among Christians within the boundaries of East Roman Empire in III and IV centuries. The supporters of this church are called as Syriacs. Of the Syriacs dividing into three sects as Orthodox, Catholics and Protestants, the most crowded...
Ezidism is a different religion which was institutionalized after Sheikh Adi b. Musafir, who is accepted as the founder of it in XII century, and shows syncretic features since it has been affected by different belief systems; and is an ethno religion whose members have been formed by Kurds. Today, there are few Ezidis numerically in some villages...
An important part of Turkish Syrians whose population has decreased quite well these days has been living basicly in Mardin and Midyat, the region called as “Tur Abdin”. In the North Hasankeyf, in the North-East Siirt, in the East Cizre, in the South Nusaybin, in the West Mardin and in the North-West Savur make the borders of Tur Abdin when Midyat...