Monthly Archives: June 2010

Assyrian Genocide Monument to be Unveiled

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 The Australian Chapter of the Assyrian Universal Alliance proudly announced that the Assyrian Genocide Monument in Australia will be unveiled on August 7, 2010. The Assyrian Universal Alliance (AUA) in 1970 designated the 7th of August of each…

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18th Annual Assyrian Food Festival

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at 18th Annual Assyrian Food Festival, San Jose, CA Bring the whole family and join us in celebrating the 18th Annual Assyrian Food Festival: Unveiling a New Generation! This two-day event, open 11am-9pm, will feature traditional Assyrian food (real kabobs!); live music, dancing, and…

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After Iraq Jews, Iraq Christians in the new issue of Masarat

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For the first time in Iraq modern history, a cultural magazine devotes an issue to discuss the identity of Iraq Christians and the challenges facing them with an elite of intellectual and Christians religious figures inside and outside the country with feedback from Muslim intellectuals.…

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Daily News with wires Seeking to update the government’s terminology for the 21st century, Turkey’s chief negotiator for European Union affairs has announced a decision to use the term “different belief groups” instead of “gayrimüslim” (non-Muslim) in official EU correspondence.…

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Christians Fleeing Iraq Find ‘Chaos’ In Europe

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Despite the relative calm that has settled over Mosul, Iraq since the May 2 bombing of buses carrying university students into the capital from towns nearby, fear hangs over the remaining Christian population of the diocese. According to Chorbishop Philip…

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Forget Detroit? No Way.

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Posted by Karen Dybis Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 9:50 am crime , Detroit City Council, Music in Homes, Henry Ford, Roger Penske, Dan Gilbert, Frank Lloyd Wright, Detroit Medical Center, Jewish News, Strategic Staffing Solutions, Cindy Pasky, Quicken Loans, Charlie Rothstein, Beringea, Chal, Gary…

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US lifts restrictions on refugees to Mich

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Associated Press DETROIT (AP) – The U.S. State Department is changing a 2-year-old policy that limited refugee resettlement to the Detroit area to those with close relatives because of Michigan’s struggling economy.…

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Deported Iraqis arrive in Baghdad from Britain

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Some 40 Iraqi asylum seekers deported from Britain have arrived in Baghdad, the UK’s third deportation in a week. It took place despite protests from international refugee agencies who had called for the flights to be suspended, saying Iraq is still not safe enough.…

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A safe haven for Iraqi Christians in Damascus

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by Wamith Al-Kassab (Iraq) June 19th, 20100 Comments The history of Christianity in Iraq dates back to the first century BC. But after the U.S. invasion in 2003, many Christians fled their homeland and have found refuge in Syria.…

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GENOCIDE MEMORIAL MONUMENT IN FAIRFIELD CITY

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The Assyrian Universal Alliance (AUA) – Australia Chapter is pleased to announce the commencement of the third phase of its plan to erect the genocide memorial at Fairfield, Australia, honouring the memory of the victims of the Assyrian genocide…

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