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  • Midyat’lı Süryani kızı Meryem, nasıl Müslüman oldu

    Midyat’lı Süryani kızı Meryem, nasıl Müslüman oldu

    1915 tarihi; Ermeni, Süryani ve Pontus Rumlar için bitmek bilmeyen bir cehennemin ve yaraları hala kanayan halkların trajedisidir. 1915’in üzerinden tam 103 yıl geçti. Bu gün canlı tanıklıklar ve ataları Ermeni, Süryani, Rum olan 3. Kuşak katliam mağduru torunların açıklamalarında, tanık olduğumuz realite, bu ülkede 1915’de ne kadar zulüm ve […]

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  • Mörkläggning om assyriernas femtio år i Sverige

    Mörkläggning om assyriernas femtio år i Sverige

    Som författare har Svante Lundgern genom en rad böcker som han har skrivit, tjänat stort den assyriska saken när det gäller spriddning av information om folkgruppen. Han har bland annat gjort lysande arbeten för att beskriva seyfofrågan på ett lättbegripligt sätt. Till skillnad från när vi assyrier beskriver Seyfo behandlar […]

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  • The Assyrian Patriarch Mar Binyamin

    The Assyrian Patriarch Mar Binyamin

    Assyrians and Two World Wars Translated by Raman Michael from the book Aturayi w-tre plashi tiwilayeh (Assyrians and Two World Wars), by Yacoub Bar Malik Ismael of Upper Tyar; published by Sita Sapreta d-Alaymi Aturayi (Assyrian Students’ Literary Committee); Tehran, 1964. An account of the invitation of His Holiness the Patriarch Mar […]

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  • Saroyan’s Seventy Thousand Assyrians

    Saroyan’s Seventy Thousand Assyrians

    By Ann-Margret (Maggie) Yonan William Saroyan was an award-winning American writer and play-write whose books and plays have been translated in nearly every major language. Most recently, a group of Armenian publishers, (Ohannes Kilicdagi, Aziz Gokdemir, and Arman Artuc, “Aras Publishing”) in Istanbul Turkey, published one of his most famous […]

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  • Turkey’s Violation of Human Rights Must Be Challenged

    Turkey’s Violation of Human Rights Must Be Challenged

    By Sabri Atman (AINA) — When speaking about the Ottoman Empire and Turkey today, it is not their contribution to civilization that comes to mind. Instead, it is human rights violations, confiscation of land and property, genocide and genocide denials that are most frequently discussed in the public discourse. Today’s […]

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