Hope returns to Malula, a Christian town where Aramaic is still spoken

Near Damascus lies Malula, a small Christian-majority town where Aramaic, Jesus’ language, is still spoken. After three years of being occupied by jihadists from Daesh the inhabitants of Malula have regained their tranquility and peace.
Now the challenge is to rebuild a town that has seen its number of inhabitants go from 3,000 to only 600. Global associations such as International Catholic Mission, Aid to the Church in Need and SOS Christians of the East have joined together to create a petition to participate in the reconstruction of the houses.