Monthly Archives: July 2007

Lion of Babylon Statue Bombed, Destroyed

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Eighty-Year-Old Basra Landmark Blown Up by Gunmen This Morning 07/29/2007 07:57 AM ET Basra, Jul 29, (VOI) – Unidentified gunmen blew up the Lion of Babylon statue in central Basra during the early hours of Sunday, eyewitnesses said.…

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Iraq’s perils dire for minority faiths

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By Julia Duin – Iraq’s outnumbered Christians and other religious minority groups are targets of a terror campaign and are facing a dire situation where killings and rapes have become the norm, a panel of witnesses testified yesterday on Capitol Hill.…

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Iraq National Museum director starts new life in US

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By Agence France Presse (AFP) Catherine Hours / Agence France Presse BROOKHAVEN, New York: In his little office at Stony Brook University east of New York City, the former director of the Iraq National Museum in Baghdad has hung a maxim of Martin…

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The destruction of Iraq’s Christians

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By Rayyan al-Shawaf Last month, a Chaldean priest, Ragheed Ganni, and three sub-deacons were murdered by Islamist terrorists in Mosul, Iraq. Before being executed, they were informed that they would be…

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Chaldean American Fine Arts Exhibition

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GENESEE COUNTY, THE FLINT JOURNAL FIRST EDITION Friday, July 20, 2007 By Christopher R. Young About a dozen artists are featured in the “Chaldean American Fine Arts Exhibition” at the Greater Flint Arts Council. Aside from their shared Chaldean ancestry, there is little else to unify…

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Seminar on Autonomy for people in Iraq

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We are pleased to invite you to attend a very informative and important Seminar regarding the plans of the Chaldean-Syriac-Assyrian people who wish to found an Autonomous region in order to…

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A young christian man killed in Baghdeda

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A young man have been killed in Baghdeda in 17/7/2007 at 8.30 pm, the town is located at Nineve in the north of Iraq. Fadi Nizar Habash was standing on the Alhizam around baghdeda where he was shot.…

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Last Rites in the Holy Land?

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By Rod Nordland July 23, 2007 issue – He refused to leave Baghdad, even after the day last year when masked Sunni gunmen forced him and eight co-workers to line up against a wall and said, “Say your…

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