Kifå Magazine


  • Poem - Daniel Boyacigolu
  • Who is an Aramean?
  • The Syriac People and its Identity
  • Interview – Prof. Dr. Sebastian Brock
  • Shooting: 1st KIFÅ Magazine Symposium
  • How Germans Conceived the Identity of the Syriac-Orthodox Church of Antioch
  • The Linguistic Identity of the Arameans
  • A Church Father - Johannes Bar Aphtonia
  • Recipe - Baba Ghannouj
  • Poem - Daniel Boyacigolu

To our spiritual sons in charge of the magazine calles KIFÅ





The views of others – Kifå #10

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Martin Tamcke describes in his article, the historical perspective of the Germans on the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch.This exciting vision allows the Arameans / Syrians to consider their self a little bit from the outside. This perspective seems to be very helpful to approach his identity.

Interview: Sebastian P. Brock – Kifå #10

We approached the theme of identity during the interview with Prof. Dr.Sebastian P. Brock by using one of the most largest church fathers: Mor Efrem. His works seem endless for the Syriac Orthodox Church and their poeple (Arameans/Syriacs). His works characterize just as well the identity of the oldest church of the human awareness.

Who am I? – Kifå #10

This question is probably on of those that every young Aramean/Syriac who is living in the diaspora, have been faced with several times. Prof.Dr. Werner Arnold describes in a very structured way who an Aramean/Syriac is. Certainly this article will contribute to come a bit closer to its own identity.

KIFÅ Magazine TV ad is a platform of the "Kifå Magazine", which is a European magazine with an Aramean/ Syrian background. The concern is primarily to transport elements of the Aramaic/ Syriac culture and their identity. Kifå Magazine is usually released every two months, and every issue is devoted to a particular subject. [more]

Dependent Kifå in Skövde (SWE) and Berlin (GER)

Kifa Magazine maintains an office in Skövde (SWE) and Berlin (GER). Further details and information can be found under the contact section. We gladly welcome comments, criticism and suggestions for subsequent editions.

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