Feud Between Chaldean Patriarch and Iraq's President Reinforces Islamic Status of Minority Groups
Assyrian Churches: Unity in Faith
Obstacles in the Unification of Assyrian Churches
The First Assyrian Workers From Turkey in Germany
US Attorneys May Have Violated Constitutional Rights, Immigration Law in Prosecuting Assyrian Lawyer
Conference Expropriates Assyrian Christian History, Denies Assyrian Identity
The Unethical Prosecution of an Assyrian Attorney
German Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian Genocide: History and Politics
Senator McCain Sends Letter on Assyrians to Kurdish President
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
Why the Western Diagnosis of the Syrian Conflict Is Wrong
Turkey's Duplicitous Game With Assyrians
The Historic Visit of Five Patriarchs to North Iraq
Increasing Calls for Military Intervention to Save Assyrians and Yazidis
US, Europe Must Arm the Assyrians, Provide Immediate Humanitarian Aid
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Turkey's Role in the Kidnapping of the Syrian Bishops
Will a Province for Assyrians Stop Their Exodus From Iraq?
Conference on the Persecution of Assyrians and Other Christians in the Middle East
The Assyrians and Kurdish Autonomy in Syria
Stranded: the Forgotten Assyrians of Al-Thawrah, Syria
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Assyrians and Syria's Struggle For Democracy And Freedom
Armenia Must Recognize the Assyrian Genocide
Remembering the Black Sunday Massacre and the Future of Assyrians in Iraq
Preserving Iraq's Assyrians: Federalism
The Genocide of Assyrians -- Then and Now
Turkish High School History Book Portrays Assyrians As Traitors
Assyrian Genocide Scholar Discusses the Turkish Genocide of Assyrians
Iraqi Kurdistan: Not So Democratic
Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide Anniversary Commemorated Publicly in Turkey
Turkish Supreme Court Rules Against Assyrian Monastery
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Assyrians in Iraq Must Be Protected By Iraqis and Americans
The Assyrian Genocide and the Turkish Ambassador
Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Australia
Council of Europe Demands Sweden Stop Deporting Iraqi Refugees
Assyrian Refugees in Damascus and Ethnic Cleansing of Assyrians in Iraq
The Ethnic Cleansing of Assyrians in Iraq Must Be Stopped
95 Years After the Assyrian, Armenian, Greek Genocide
Over 3,000 Iraqi Refugee Cases Submitted for Review in Sweden
Government Sponsored Terror Squad Killing Assyrians, Other Minorities in Turkey
Swedish Migration Board to Review Iraqi Asylum Cases
Sweden May Have Illegally Deported Iraqi Refugees

Assyrian Churches: Unity in Faith

By Benjamin Martin

(AINA) -- In early December, Patriarch Awa spoke on the possible reunification of the Assyrian and Chaldean Churches, expressing opposition to any form of "uniatism" in the process. Patriarch Sako responded first on December 31 and then more fully on February 28.

Obstacles in the Unification of Assyrian Churches

By Benjamin Martin

(AINA) -- In December, Patriarch Awa spoke of the possible reunification of Assyrians and Chaldeans within one Church of the East. He also mentioned an objection to the union that must be addressed first: uniatism. His words were reported as follows: With the Chaldeans, who are certainly our brothers, we are always ready to talk about unity and reunification in a single Church of the East.

The First Assyrian Workers From Turkey in Germany

By Abdulmesih Barbraham

Wurzburg, Germany (AINA) -- The 60th anniversary of the German-Turkish recruitment agreement (German: Anwerbeabkommen) was officially celebrated in many cities across the country end of October 2021. In his speech at the state commemoration event in Berlin, Germany's President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, addressed the invited guests, stating that "You helped building up Germany -- You have enriched...

Conference Expropriates Assyrian Christian History, Denies Assyrian Identity

(AINA) -- On May 4-5 the Salahaddin University in Erbil, Iraq and the French Institute of the Near East (IFPO) organized a workshop titled Christianity in Iraq at the turn of Islam. Its aim was to discuss important institutional changes for Christians in areas of the collapsed Persian Empire and retreated Byzantine Empire which were conquered by Muslims.

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