From someone that claims knowledge and superiority of being the propagandist of lies about the Ismalic and Chrustian history, your lack of knowledge about what you are talking about was already revealed in the fatal mistake you made in the post where you assumed that Syriac was Eastern Aramaic. This is to say that you did not even know that Eastern Aramaic comes from Iraq and Western Aramaic comes from Syriac.
Now that you read the text I gave you to avoid furthure embarassement of your posts you really had the courage to write this other unfounded and basless theory which seems to have come from the top of your head.
Syriac is an Eastern Aramaic language, It's closest relatives are Assyrian/Chaldean and Turoyo which Assyrians speak, all Eastern Aramaic dialects. It's not vernacular anymore, and used mostly liturgically.
Syriac language - Wikipedia
Eastern Aramaic languages - Wikipedia
The variety of Aramaic spoken in the Levant was Western Aramaic, which is not mutually intelligible with Syriac/Eastern. Syriac was used mostly liturgically in the Levant.
People in Maaloula speak Western Neo-Aramaic. Which is the variety probably closest to the one once spoken in Lebanon.
Western Neo-Aramaic - Wikipedia
Othe Western Aramaic languages are all extinct.
Western Aramaic languages - Wikipedia