A Syrian Christian Family's Journey From Aleppo to Detroit

By Daniel Allott

Before the Syrian civil war erupted in 2011, Bierre and his family lived a comfortable life in Aleppo, Syria's largest city and once its commercial hub. Bierre's wife, "Maria," taught at the nearby school attended by their son and daughter.

To Save Mosul, Arm the Sunnis

By Jamal Al-Dhari

WASHINGTON -- Iraq's prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, has said that by the end of the year Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, will be liberated from the Islamic State's control. As of this month, Mr.

Assyrian-Swedish Scholar Selected to Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship Program

By Bar Daisan

Stockholm (AINA) -- An Assyrian scholar in Sweden is one of five researchers selected to the Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship program of the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Studies (SCAS). Dr. Aryo Makko, who is lecturer at the History Department at Stockholm University, was nominated by his university.

Kurdish Rebel Attacks on Soldiers in Turkey Reportedly Kill 10

(AP) -- Anadolu Agency said militants belonging to the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, launched an attack in the afternoon against soldiers providing security along the construction of the Sirnak-Van highway in Sirnak province near the border with Iraq.

US Military Hits Another Islamic State Chemical Weapons Facility in Iraq

By Bill Roggio

For the second time this month, the US military targeted an Islamic State chemical weapons facility in northern Iraq. The Islamic State has pursued a chemical weapons program in both Iraq and Syria, which has been targeted by the US since it launched its air campaign in the summer of 2014. On Sept.

Senator McCain Sends Letter on Assyrians to Kurdish President

(AINA) -- Former Republican presidential candidate and current Senator from Arizona, John McCain, sent a letter to Kurdish President Massoud Barzani regarding Assyrians in the Kurdish region in north Iraq. In the letter, dated May 25, McCain expresses "...

Australia's Assyrians in Focus

By Peter Ahern

Fairfield, Australia (AINA) -- On Sunday 27 March the Australian Broadcasting Commission presented a special documentary on Australia's Assyrian community as part of the long-running and popular "Compass" series. The Assyrian community is not widely known in Australia.

Christians, Jews in Turkey Growing More Fearful of Islamic Extremism

By Uzay Bulut and Kasim Cindemir

(VOA) -- Threatened by Islamic extremism, Christian and Jewish groups in Turkey are growing more fearful amid increasing terror attacks and the government's state of emergency following a failed coup attempt, representatives of the minority communities told VOA.

Is Obama Fast-tracking Mosul Offensive to Save His Legacy?

By Scott Morgan

(AINA) -- Whenever a sitting President of the United States leaves office after his term of office whether its four or eight years the media starts talking about what will their legacy be? There are separate listings for both domestic and foreign policy. In January 2017 Barack Obama leaves office.

Why France? It's in the Math

By Peter Ahern

(AINA) -- As France reels from yet another terrorist attack on its citizens, many commentators are asking why that particular country has borne the brunt of recent terrorist attacks on the West.

Who Are the Chaldeans?

Chaldea corresponds to the geographical territory situated within the south-eastern marshlands and coastal plains of southern Babylonia along the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. From the beginning of the second millennium BCE, an influx of semi-nomadic clans infiltrated southern Babylonia in waves.


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Turkey Attempted to Stop Broadcast of Assyrian Genocide Documentary
Australia's Assyrians in Focus
US Government Must Designate ISIS Attacks As Genocide for All Groups
Assyrians Should Leave the Middle East
Reflections on the Assyrian Genocide and the Next 100 Years
Teaching People to Commit Genocide
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The Genocide of Assyrians That Started in Iraq Continues in Syria

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Refugees: It's Time to Be Discriminating
A Future for Minorities in the Middle East?
U.S. Government Should Stop Prosecution of Assyrian Attorney
The Middle East and Its Grim Near-Future Development
From Iraq to Syria: the Genocidal Ordeal of the Assyrians
ISIS Undiminished As Assyrian and Yazidi Refugees Suffer

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