Theodosios (Hanna) of Sebastia

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[[Image:Atallah_Hanna.jpg|thumb|120px|Fr. Atallah Hanna]] The Right Reverend [[Archimandrite]] '''Theodosios (Atallah) Hanna''' (b. 1965, usually represented in Western news sources as '''Atallah Hanna''') is a high-ranking Palestinian [[priest]] of the [[Church of Jerusalem]] and member of the [[Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre]] who has acted as the spokesman of the patriarchate.  He has also been put forward by Arabic [[laity|laymen]] as a potential candidate for the position of Patriarch of Jerusalem.   
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[[Image:Atallah_Hanna.jpg|thumb|120px|Fr. Attallah Hanna]] The Right Reverend [[Archimandrite]] '''Theodosios Attallah (Hanna)''' (b. 1965, usually represented in Western news sources as '''Attallah Hanna''') is a high-ranking Palestinian [[priest]] of the [[Church of Jerusalem]] and member of the [[Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre]] who has acted as the spokesman of the patriarchate.  He has also been put forward by Arabic [[laity|laymen]] as a potential candidate for the position of Patriarch of Jerusalem.   
He was elected to the post of [[Archbishop]] on December 1, 2005.
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He was elected to the post of [[archbishop]] on [[December 1]], 2005.
  
 
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Fr. Attallah Hanna
The Right Reverend Archimandrite Theodosios Attallah (Hanna) (b. 1965, usually represented in Western news sources as Attallah Hanna) is a high-ranking Palestinian priest of the Church of Jerusalem and member of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre who has acted as the spokesman of the patriarchate. He has also been put forward by Arabic laymen as a potential candidate for the position of Patriarch of Jerusalem.

He was elected to the post of archbishop on December 1, 2005.

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