Changing reference from anti-Orthodox website to an Orthodox one.
==Miracle in Syria==
The "Miracle in Syria" was first reported in December 2004 when a Saudi Arabian Muslim man appeared live on TV, the Internet, radio, various printed media, and pamphlets in Saudi Arabia, Syria, Palestine, and various other countries, stating that he had been decapitated by his taxi driver and miraculously healed by the Theotokos.<ref>[http://www.interfax-religion.com/?act=news&div=940 A dismembered Arab sheikh raised from the dead after visiting an Orthodox convent - newspaper] ''Interfax'', February 3, 2006.</ref><ref>[http://www.
ethnikoi. org/ drpanagia.htm Panagia the Surgeon: Decapitated Saudi's head stitched back on in the boot of a car, by the mother of God!] from the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre, Patriarchate of Jerusalem, by Father Ignatios, Abbot, Holy Monastery of The Shepherds Bt Ahur-Bethlehem, compiled by Archimandrite Nektarios Serfes, Boise, Idaho.</ref>