AINA News
ISIS Release 15 Assyrians Captured in Qaryatain, Syria
U.S. Government Should Stop Prosecution of Assyrian Attorney
ISIS Destroys 5th Century Assyrian Monastery in Syria
Relative of Assyrians Released By ISIS Speaks
Assyrian Captives of ISIS Appeal for Help in Video
Report on Turkish and Kurdish Confiscation of Assyrian Property
Kurdish Militia Occupies Assyrian School in Hasaka, Syria
7 Assyrian Villages in Northern Iraq Hit By Turkish Air Strikes
ISIS Release 22 Assyrian Hostages in Syria
Kurds Build Cemetery, Park in Heart of Assyrian Area in Turkey
Church Bells to Ring for Christians in the Middle East
ISIS Captures 250 Assyrians in Syria
Assyrians Should Leave the Middle East
Australian Labor Party National Conference Condemns Attempted Genocide of Assyrians in Iraq
Priest Feared Kidnapped in Syria Released
Syriac Orthodox Patriarch Calls on Youth to Defend Their Lands in Syria
Assyrian Conference Concludes in Sydney
Assyrians Fleeing Hasaka, Syria
Video Shows Massive Destruction in Liberated Assyrian Village in Syria
AINA Brought Down By Massive Denial of Service Attack
ISIS Release Assyrian Hostage in Syria
Assyrian Church Council Postpones Election of New Patriarch, Condemns Persecution
Kurdish Forces Arrest 4 Members for Murder of Assyrian Commander
ISIS Release Two Assyrian Hostages in Syria, All 35 Assyrian Villages Liberated
ISIS Burn Assyrian Woman, 80, in North Iraq
Assyrian Federations Accuse YPG Kurds of Assassinating Assyrian Military Leader
Assyrian Priest, Deacon Kidnapped in Homs, Syria
Indicted Assyrian Attorney Faces Trial
Assyrian Girl Kidnapped in Baghdad Released
Assyrian Girl, 16, Abducted in Baghdad
Documentary Film on the Assyrian Genocide Shown in Sweden
ISIS Demands $23 Million for Assyrian Hostages, Vigil Held in Australia
ISIS Bombs Assyrian, Armenian Churches in Syria
Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Sweden
Assyrians Call on Turkey's President to Recognize Armenian Genocide
Pictures of Genocide Centennial Rallies Throughout the World
Reflections on the Assyrian Genocide and the Next 100 Years
The Assyrian Genocide As Part of the Christian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire
The Assyrian Genocide: 100 Years of Denial
German President Recognizes Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide
The Assyrian Genocide: Turkey's Wholesale Slaughter and Extermination
Assyrian Military Leader Killed in Syria
Assyrians in Turkey Begin 100 Hour Hunger Strike to Commemorate Genocide
Austrian Parliament Recognizes Armenian, Assyrian, Greek Genocide
Teaching People to Commit Genocide
Austrian Parliament to Condemn Genocide, Call on Turkey to Face Its Past
100 Years of Turkish Genocide
Syriac Orthodox Patriarch Calls on Germany to Recognize Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide
Australian MPs Condemn Vandalism of Assyrian Genocide Monument
Assyrian Genocide Monument in Sydney Vandalized for Third Time
Summaries

ISIS Release 15 Assyrians Captured in Qaryatain, Syria

(AINA) -- ISIS has released 15 Assyrians who were captured in the town of Qaryatain, Syria after they paid the jizya (poll tax). The 15 were among the 250 Assyrians captured when Qaryatain fell to ISIS on August 6 (AINA 2015-08-07).

ISIS Destroys 5th Century Assyrian Monastery in Syria

(AINA) -- Photos posted on ISIS social media sites show the destruction of Mar Elian monastery in Qaryatain, Syria, which is near Homs. Qaryatain fell to ISIS on August 6 (AINA 2015-08-07). An estimated 1,400 Syriac Orthodox and 400 Syriac Catholic Assyrians lived in Qaryatain before it fell to ISIS.

Relative of Assyrians Released By ISIS Speaks

Stockholm (AINA) -- The Swedish Newspaper Lanstidningen interviewed Sabah Elijah, who verfified the authenticity of the video which appeared this week on Youtube (AINA 2015-08-15) showing Assyrian men, women and children who were captured by ISIS in Syria appealing for help.

Assyrian Captives of ISIS Appeal for Help in Video

(AINA) -- A video appeared yesterday on Youtube showing Assyrian men, women and children who were captured by ISIS in Syria appealing for help. The video shows ten men who say their name, year of birth and the village they come from in Arabic. Each statement is preceded by "I am Nisrani" (Christian).

Report on Turkish and Kurdish Confiscation of Assyrian Property

By Augin Kurt Haninke

(AINA) -- The German journalist Susanne Gusten in Istanbul has recently compiled a report showing that both the government and the Kurds confiscate Assyrian property. She suggests measures to be taken by the government to minimize the damage.

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