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After Attacks On Assyrians Northern Iraq Population Replacement

After Attacks On Assyrians Northern Iraq Population Replacement


After Attacks On Assyrians, Northern Iraq

Given all the talk of Syria in the news lately, I was asked if Syria is the same “Assyria” that is mentioned in the Bible. The answer is no from a political ...

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Isis extremists bulldoze ancient Assyrian site near Mosul



Protective spirit, Stone relief from the North-West Palace of Ashurnasirpal II, Nimrud

FILE PHOTO - Iraqi Special Forces on previous deployment in the region against ISIS

Members of the Syrian Orthodox (Jacobite) Church refer to themselves as Syriac, while Chaldean Catholics identify as Chaldeans. Those of the Assyrian Church ...

Social Change Amidst Terror and Discrimination: Yezidis in the New Iraq

Contents: Timeline of Assyrian history

Assyrian Crown-Prince, ca. 704–681 BC. Nineveh, Mesopotamia. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Assyrian Empire: The Most Powerful Empire in the World

Map of Mesopotamia, 2000-1600 BC


According to the pattern already implemented in the “conquered” areas in Syria, the ISIS will likely begin its rule by establishing a Caliphate governed by ...

Achaemenid Assyria, Osroene, Asōristān, Athura and Hatra[edit]

King Tiglath-pileser III holds a bow

Assyrian vs. Syrian naming controversy

History of Assyria

Cherub on a Neo-Assyrian seal, ca. 1000-612 BC

Column: Ethnic cleansing in Iraq, Part 2 - Assyrians face genocide in Iraq

Post-ISIS: US Assyrian NGO in drive to repair Iraqi Christian town


Pre-Christian history

In Syria, Assyrian Christians Cling On After ISIS Onslaught

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Iraq after ISIL: Kirkuk

Cuneiform tablet case impressed with two cylinder seals, for cuneiform tablet 66.245.5a:

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A massacre of Armenians and Assyrians in the city of Adana, Ottoman Empire, April 1909

A file picture taken on July 17, 2001 shows Iraqi workers cleaning a statue of

Alqosh, Christian village on faultline of Iraq and Kurdistan

... presented threats were moving into the bordering areas: from the west, nomads known as Ahlamu (Arameans, another Semitic speaking group), ...

"The Silent Treatment". Fleeing Iraq ...

Sites associated with ancient Mesopotamian history.

Iraq after ISIL: Qaraqosh, Hamdaniya District

Assyrian Villages in Hakkari Region

No Country For Its People


1916: The Pitiful Plight of the Assyrian Christians

Iraqi Kurds arrive at a polling station to cast their votes in the Kurdish independence referendum

Violence against Minority Communities in Nineveh Province's Disputed Territories | HRW

An Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service convoy moves towards Mosul

Unseating the Caliphate: Contrasting the Challenges of Liberating Fallujah and Mosul – Combating Terrorism Center at West Point

Iraq: Age breakdown

The ethnic cleansing of Baghdad

Assyrian children in North Iraq.

Iraqi militias take Tal Afar air base from ISIL

Map of Assyrian populated areas

After ISIS, Mosul finally values its Jewish heritage

Iraqi Christian soldiers inspect a building destroyed by ISIS militants, in Qaraqosh, near Mosul, during an operation to attack ISIS militants in Mosul, ...

Why Saddam drained Iraq's marshes

Iraq's Turkmen have suffered immensely since ISIL's emergence, with tens of thousands forced to flee

Uruk was the birthplace of the written word, about 3200 B.C. Its fame, one scribe wrote, "like the rainbow, reaches up to the sky as the new moon standing ...

Assyrian stories from the Caucasus

9 ISIL and the Goal of Organizational Survival > PRISM | National Defense University > Beyond Convergence

Iraq military moves to occupy city of Kirkuk and surrounding oil fields

(AINA) -- On October 16, another five ChaldoAssyrian Churches were bombed in Baghdad. Suffering substantial damage, the five Churches included Saint Joseph ...

Assyrian Villages and Monasteries in Amadiya, Aqra, and Barwari Regions

Kirkuk: A new Isis attack is the latest challenge for the long-troubled oil-rich city in Iraq

Social Change Amidst Terror and Discrimination: Yezidis in the New Iraq | Middle East Institute

The kingdom of Iraq was granted full independence in 1932

A visitor at Iraq's National Museum in Baghdad walks past two ancient Assyrian winged bull statues

Iraq is one of the easternmost countries in the Arab world. The country shares a border with Turkey to the north, Iran to the east, Syria and Jordan to the ...

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It has since been replaced by a portrait of Barzani and the Pope to deter vandalism. Amazing really.pic.twitter.com/hK7yGfpnsT

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Assyrian News Februray 2017

The ongoing and escalating attacks have not gone unnoticed in Washington DC. A major focus of the Middle Eastern American Convention for Freedom and ...

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Iraqi Christians take part in a procession to erect a new cross over the Mar Korkeis church, after the original cross was destroyed by ISIS militants, ...

A meeting with the ambassador from Iraq to the United States

Assyrian Villages and Monasteries in Gazarta Region

Assyrian soldier of the Achaemenid army circa 480 BC, Xerxes I tomb, Naqsh-e Rustam.


'N' for Nazarene — the Remnants of Iraq's Assyrian Community

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Later, Assyrian power declines; Phoenicia begins to expand by sea. [Source: Jewish Virtual Library, UC Davis, Fordham University]

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The siege and capture of the city of Lachish in 701, panel 8-9

Iraq after ISIL: Zummar

Sheik Mirza Ismail of Canada, Chairman of the Yezidi Human Rights Organization - International, warned that as ISIS retreats in Syria there is an even ...