Trivin bin Mousa Ibrahim Ghareeb was a writer and Archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church from Lattakia, Syria. After completing his studies at the Khaliki College of Theology in Astana, Ghareeb was appointed as both a verger and a priest in 1914, and later Patriarch of Lattakia in 1933. He worked as a patriarchal agent of Antakia in Damascus for five years, during which time he contributed to the construction of several churches. Additionally, he also founded the Greek Orthodox National College in Lattakia and oversaw numerous charitable projects and schools. His most notable works include Kitab Al-Ta’leem Al-Masehe Al-Orthodoxi (The Christian Orthodox Book) and Al-Aqa’ed Al-Orthodoxia Iza’ Al-Protostantiniya (Orthodox versus Protestant Dogmas).