Monthly Archives: August 2010

Assyrian Genocide Monument in Australia Vandalized

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FAIRFIELD, Australia (AINA) — The recently erected Assyrian Genocide Monument has been vandalized and painted with a Turkish crescent and star. According to Fairfield police, the vandalism occurred around 4 AM. The police thus far have no leads on the perpetrators.…

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President Obama Thanking Soldiers in Irak

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Tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. EDT, I will address the nation from the Oval Office about the end of the war in Iraq. We are at a truly historic moment in our nation’s history. After more than seven years, our combat mission in Iraq will end tomorrow.…

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Assyrian Genocide Monument Vandalized

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ASSYRIAN UNIVERSAL ALLIANCE AUSTRALIA CHAPTER Member, Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) Assyrian Genocide Monument Vandalized The Assyrian genocide monument, a memorial to the nearly 750,000 Assyrians…

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250,000 CHRISTIANS IN IRAQ PREVENTED FROM VOTING

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CONTACT: Mr Yonadam Kanna via his secretary Susan (In Baghdad) Telephone 001 914 360 3882 or Albert Michael in London: 011-44-7729 631703 or in U.S., Jerry McGlothlin/Special Guests, 630-848-0750 or Jean Meyer, 321-768-0157 for 10 different Iraqi expert guests.…

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Assignment – On the Run in Sweden

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 On the Run in Sweden, Sweden has garnered respect around the world for the welcome it offered to thousands of Iraqi refugees after the invasion of 2003. It has taken more Iraqis than…

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Armenia’s memory of annihilation

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Submitted by Harry Hagopian on 27 August 2010 – 12:03am Crime and JusticeRace and IdentityNews BriefarmeniaarmenianArmenian genocideharry hagopianBlogArmenia’s memory of annihilation…

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Babylon, By Paul Kriwaczek

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Reviewed by Andrew Robinson As part of his personality cult, the late President Saddam Hussein of Iraq liked to advertise his powerful affinity for the heritage of ancient Mesopotamia. Saddam launched a grand reconstruction of the site of Babylon as he visualised it at the time of…

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Holy visit

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The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Wallington recently received a visit from the Patriarch of the Syriac Catholic Church and the Bishop of the Diocese of Our Lady of Deliverance. Mayor Walter Wargacki (center) was on hand to greet the visitors.…

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Turkey’s non-Muslim foundations to give ‘iftar’

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FULYA ÖZERKAN ANKARA – Hürriyet Daily News Turkey’s 161 religious community foundations will organize Wednesday a traditional fast-breaking dinner, or iftar, in Istanbul that will be attended by government officials as well as leading representatives of the non-Muslim community.…

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Policeman Kills More Than 600 Dogs in Kurdistan

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 By RAWA ABDULLA  An Iraqi dog next to an American soldier in Baghdad, December 2007. —— Photo by Seth Robins/SOLDIERS’ ANGELS GERMANY Blogon from ERBIL, Iraqi Kurdistan: For being allegedly infected with rabies and other diseases,…

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Chaldean bishop tells US: don’t leave Iraq in chaos

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By Carol Glatz Bishop Warduni blesses coffins of victims of a car bomb explosion in Baghdad (Photo: CNS) The United States risks failing in its duty to Iraq by withdrawing its troops while the country is still in chaos and terrorists “come and go as they please”.…

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