Monthly Archives: September 2009

Kurdish to be taught in Turkey for the first time

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Members of the Kurdish community hold signs which read: ‘Don’t ban my language’ during a peace day rally in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir. — Photo by Reuters World Iraq-Kurd impasse threatens unrest ANKARA: Turkey’s higher education authority on Thursday approved a proposal to teach Kurdish, which was once banned from the…

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Cry Beloved Nation

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Jarmana, Syria ~ one of the most prevalent challenges faced by the Iraqi refugees is how to receive “just-in-time” financial aid and medical assistance. Two million exiled Iraqis have fled their country, prior to, but especially since the fall of Saddam Hussein and the U.S. occupation, where the streets of Jarmana, a city south…

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Iraqi refugees find U.S. life not what they expected

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Arriving from a former life of privilege into a U.S. deep in the throes of recession, these Iraqis wonder if they made the right choice On a pleasant afternoon in Amman, the genteel Jordanian capital, a petite Iraqi woman with carefully coiffed hair, heavy makeup and lots of gold jewelry sat in a…

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Iraqi refugees protest treatment by relief organization

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12 commentsby Iain Woessner – Sept. 1, 2009 06:25 PM Cronkite News Service . PHOENIX – Demonstrating Tuesday outside the State Capitol, Marwan Eldosari said the United Nations promised him decent housing, a job and the American dream when he decided to leave Iraq following the U.S. invasion.…

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The rise of the abduction cases concern the Christian in Mosul

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Mosul-Ankawa.com In about one month, the Christian families were talking about the abduction of two persons from our people while the security forces kept silence through their reports. Few Christian families living in the city expressed their concern about the rising of such cases, especially after it’s started to take long periods of negotiations between…

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The election of a new administration authority for Caldean Cultural Society

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 Ankawa.com – Ankawa – Hadeer Konda The Caldean Cultural Society elected last Friday, the 4th of September 2009, its new administration authority, which represented by nine members. The election was carried out at the society hall where 17 candidate members competed for that.   The new authority is: Kamal Lazar, Paules Shamoon, Akram Dinha, Janan…

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The finding of the body of the abducted Salem Bergo

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Mosul – Ankawa. Com The body of the abducted Salem Bergo was found lately after a month and half of its abduction in the city of Mosul. The body was received by his family from the forensic medical department in Nineveh. The funeral and the prayer on his soul will be performed in one of…

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Ethnic camp target of noise complaints

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By Christopher Behnan • DAILY PRESS & ARGUS Some Genoa Township residents are complaining noise from an annual ethnic music festival is increasing every year and intruding on their normally quiet, rural lifestyles. The third annual Chaldean Music Festival was held at Camp Chaldean, 1391 Kellogg…

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Christian Soldiers

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By Campbell Robertson Jehad Nga for The New York Times Christian guards outside a church in Qaraqosh/Hamdaniya, a Christian town in Iraq’s northern Nineveh province.QARAQOSH, Iraq–-In a country thoroughly shattered, there is a particular hopelessness here in the Christian towns.…

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Syria Opens The Gateway to Humanity For The Assyrian Medical Society

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September 1, 2009 Indeed, there can be miracles when you believe ~ Following the medical cases of Virigina Elias, Tony Hedo, and Balsem Nissan who are currently continuing their treatments in Syria, the Assyrian Medical Society has been able to undertake more cases. Sargis Benyamen is a 17 year old Iraqi refugee in Syria who…

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Bible Study of the Week

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Beloved Brothers and Sisters in Christ Greetings in the Name of the Most glorified Trinity Father, Son and the Holy Spirit; Beloved Summer season has almost ended. The season of Autumn has begun. Time of Vacations and fun has gone for a while it is now time of work, studding and building…

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Document shown on AFJ 08/30/2009

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One of the Documents Shown during Assyrians for Justice program on Sunday 08/30/2009, was the website of kaldaya.net and the Articles posted in this website by a Deacon and many others directly and openly attacking the Assyrian Nation, by claiming that Assyrians do not exist and those that call them self Assyrians are fake.…

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Release meting Dr Sharman Stone MP 08 09

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ASSYRIAN UNIVERSAL ALLIANCE AUSTRALIA CHAPTER Member: Unrepresented Nations & Peoples Organization (UNPO) PRESS RELEASE  Sydney – 31 August 2009 Dr. Sharman Stone MP, Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship received a…

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