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  • Amerika’nın Arizona Eyaleti Asur (Süryani) Soykırımını tanıdı

    Amerika’nın Arizona Eyaleti Asur (Süryani) Soykırımını tanıdı

    Evet, başardık! Bugün, 3 Mart 2020 tarihinde, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Arizona  Eyaleti oybirliğiyle  sunulan HCR 2006 kodundaki  Asur (Süryani) Soykırım önergesini kabul etti. Asur soykırımı Seyfo tasarısı, Parlamento temsilcileri  Nancy Barto (R), Jennifer Jermaine (D) ve Frank Carroll (R) tarafından önerildi. SEYFO Center kurumu olarak, aylardır yılmadan, yorulmadan ismi geçen […]

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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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  • The U.S. House Recognizes the Genocide of 1915

    The U.S. House Recognizes the Genocide of 1915

    The House voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to formally recognize the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek genocide and denounce it as a matter of American foreign policy, a symbolic vindication for the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek diaspora made possible by a new torrent of bipartisan furor at Turkey. The passage of the legislation, […]

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