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  • The Kurdish Role in the Armenian and Assyrian Genocide

    The Kurdish Role in the Armenian and Assyrian Genocide

    The Kurdish Role in the Armenian and Assyrian Genocide By Abdulmesih BarAbraham To address the historically still debated issue, the extent of the participation and responsibility of the Kurds in the genocide of the Armenian [and Assyrians], Fırat Aydınkaya, lawyer and writer, published on April 18, 2020 an article under […]

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  • 100 Years of Assyrian Genocides

    100 Years of Assyrian Genocides

    By Abdulmesih BarAbraham (AINA) — An article titled The Year of the Sword – The Assyro-Chaldean Genocide under the Ottoman Empire (1915-1918) appeared in the history section of the March-April issue (no. 103) of the French magazine Diplomatie affaires stratégiques et relations internationales. The article was authored by Joseph Yacoub, honorary professor in […]

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  • The Issue of An Assyrian Homeland

    The Issue of An Assyrian Homeland

              By Terry.Stavridis The document attached provides an excellent and succinct overview of Assyrian history from 1914-1944.[1] There are undoubtedly important themes that emerge in the reading of this document from the National Archives of Australia collection. These are: The Assyrians were driven out from their ancestral lands in the Hakkiari […]

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  • The State of Arizona Recognizes the Assyrian Genocide

    The State of Arizona Recognizes the Assyrian Genocide

    To our dear friends in Arizona and abroad—we did it! Today, March 3rd, 2020 the Arizona House of Representatives in a unanimous vote passed the HCR 2006 Assyrian Genocide: Remembrance Day. This resolution was introduced by Representative Nancy Barto (R) and brought to fruition by The Assyrian Genocide Research Center (Seyfo […]

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  • A Belated Recognition of Genocide by the House

    A Belated Recognition of Genocide by the House

    For too long, Turkey bullied America into silence. Not anymore. By Samantha Power On Tuesday, by a vote of 405 to 11, the House of Representatives defied the Turkish government’s intimidation and, for the first time in 35 years, passed a resolution that recognized the Armenian genocide. In acknowledging the Ottoman Empire’s […]

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  • Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Germany

    Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Germany

    Pohlheim, Germany (AINA) — An Assyrian genocide monument was unveiled yesterday in Pohlheim, Germany. The monument commemorates the Assyrians who were killed in the Turkish genocide of Assyrians, Greeks, and Armenians between 1915 and 1918. The genocide targeted the Christian subjects of the Ottoman Empire and claimed the lives of […]

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