(Died in 1795 AD = 1210 AH)
Irmia (Girmias) Karmeh was a Roman Catholic translator and author. He was born in Hums, Syria. He served as the Archbishop of Damascus in 1753, becoming the hand of the Patriarch Al-Dahhan and later Patriarch Johar. He was known for contacting the Roman Church and defending the Catholic Church. He worked as a notary and translator. Among his remnants are “The Case of some of the Religious, Canonical, and Literature Objections,” “The Sermons” and the Arabization of Saint Augustine’s speeches and articles (130 speeches and 50 articles).