Late thinker Saadi al-Maleh honored by Syriac Museum in Ankawa

ANKAWA, Iraq – On the sixth anniversary of the death of politician, writer, and novelist Saadi Al-Maleh, the Syriac Heritage Museum in Ankawa, Erbil, honored the late thinker with the inclusion of his picture and biography in the museum exhibition dedicated to writers and thinkers of our Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian people. The Syriac Heritage Museum’s exhibition includes pictures and biographies of Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian intellectuals, writers, and political and cultural pioneers.

In a statement to the Ishtar TV website, Director Kaldo Ramzi Oghanna of the Syriac Heritage Museum said:

“On the sixth anniversary of Saadi Al-Maleh’s death, we included his picture and biography in the cultural hall of the Syriac Heritage Museum in honor of his writings and cultural work for our people. And in appreciation of what he stood for as a politician, writer, and novelist.

“The personality of the late Saadi Al-Maleh influenced many Iraqi and Arab literary productions, and he himself had a prominent role in national productions as well. He was an eminent figure who deserves a prominent place in the Syriac Heritage Museum, especially since he was the one who founded this museum.”

“This museum contains all the prominent intellectual and literary persons of our people. We plan to expand the museum to be able to contain a larger number of prominent figures and symbols of our Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian people, he concluded his statement.”