Paolo Dall'Oglio (Rome, 1954), graduated in Naples in Arabic and theology at the Gregorian University, with a thesis on La speranza nell’Islam, and was ordained priest in 1984 in Damascus with Syriac rite. In 1991 he reopened the Monastery of Saint Moses the Abyssinian in Syria. He is the author of various publications of spirituality and dialogue among which Amoureux de l’Islam, croyant en Jésus (2009). Dell’islamofilia, Jacabook 2011] and La sete di Ismaele. Diario monastico islamo-cristiano (Gabrielli 2011). The monatery of Mâr Mûsa is dedicated in particular to hospitality and to Islamic-Christian dialogue.
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