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September 14, Commemorating the Genocide of the Greeks of Asia Minor
In Turkey, Even Dead Christians Aren't Safe
The Man Who Risked Everything to Report From IS-controlled Mosul
Chaldean Patriarch Backs Iraq's Fight Against Corruption and Sectarian Violence
Australian SenatorArmenian, Assyrian and Greek Calls for Genocide Recognition
Work Begins on Rebuilding Assyrian Catholic Church in the Old City of Mosul
Researchers Find Christians in Iran Approaching 1 Million
Iraq's Assyrians Denounce BBC Documentary for Omissions
Christians, Others Warn Turkey is 'Weaponizing Water' in Northeast Syria
Australian MP Calls for Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocides
Turkey Forgoes Assyrian Inclusive Education
Assyrian Artists in a Virtual Show
Iranian Assyrian Couple Flees Country After Losing Appeal
Australian MP Supports Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocides
Iraqi Prime Minister Urges Assyrians to Return to Iraq
August 10, 612 BC: Nineveh, the Largest City in the World, Fell
Iraq's Militias Threaten the Future of Assyrians
Assyrian, Non-Assyrian NGOs Join Call for Iraqi Recognition of Simmele Massacre
Justice For Assyrians: A Kurdish Perspective
Iraq's Assyrians Can't Face Another Conflict
Three Years After the Caliphate, Iraq's Assyrians Find Little Incentive to Return
Assyrian Stories Will Come to Life
Son of an Assyrian Iraqi Immigrant Sets His Sights on Washington
Historical Churches in West Azarbaijan Undergo Rehabilitation
Nineveh Plains Transitional Justice Report: July
Political Blocs in East Syria Support Decentralization
Kidnapped Assyrian Man Still Missing in Turkey
Setting the Records Straight in Iraq
Lebanon's Assyrians Confront Severe Economic Crisis
Lebanese MPs Propose National Day to Remember Armenian, Assyrian Genocide
Canada Must Help Reclaim Christendom's Cathedral
Christians Everywhere Should Be Concerned About Hagia Sofia's Conversion to a Mosque
The Political Situation in Northeast Syria -- An Assyrian Perspective
The Second Islamic Conquest of Hagia Sophia
Thirteen Iranian Christians Arrested By Revolutionary Guards in Raids
Chaldean Patriarch: Erdo─čan Turning Saint Sophia Into Mosque is a 'Sad and Painful' Decision
The Mosul Museum and the Long Road to Recovery
Turkey's Test of Civilization
Turkey's Assyrians Worry About Declining Community, Fragile Heritage
Australian Senator Pledges Support for Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian, Greek Genocide
Turkey Military Operation Forces Evacuation of 20 Assyrian Villages in Iraq
Assyrians Caught in Crossfire Between Turkey, PKK Fighting
Assyrians Are Leaving Iraq Due to Ongoing Security Concerns
An Assyrian Refugee's Fourth of July
Charity Accuses International Community of Failing Iraq's Christians
Australian MP Joins Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks in Calling for Genocide Recognition
Nineveh Plains Transitional Justice Report: June
Iraqi Assyrians Worry Over Militia Power Struggle
New Law in Iran Threatens More Arrests of Christians
Australian Senator Backs Calls for Recognition of Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocide
Iraq: Turkish Airstrikes in North Iraq Terrorize Assyrians and Yazidis
Yezidis: A History of Persecution
Memories of Mosul Must Spark Action
Christians a Welcome Scapegoat in Turkey
The Assyrian Village That Came Back to Life
Turkish Air Raids Displace Iraqi Assyrians Again
Australian Senator Affirms Support for Armenian, Assyrian, Greek Genocide Recognition
1200 Year-Old Assyrian Church Cross Found in Pakistan
Armenian-American Organizations Slam Turkey's Renewed Genocide Denial Attempts
US Religious Freedom Commission Cites Turkey for Persecuting Religious Minorities
Summaries

September 14, Commemorating the Genocide of the Greeks of Asia Minor

On September 14 each year, Greek communities worldwide commemorate the Greeks of Asia Minor who were murdered by the governments of the Young Turks and Mustafa Kemal Pasha. This commemoration is part of the wider Greek Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman authorities and the Young Turks that targeted not only Asia Minor Greeks, but also Greeks in the Pontus region of the Black Sea and in Eastern...

In Turkey, Even Dead Christians Aren't Safe

By Uzay Bulut

Hatred against non-Muslims is so intense in Turkey that even the dead cannot escape it. A recent demonstration of this hostility took place in the Turkish capital of Ankara. Graves in an Armenian cemetery there were reportedly desecrated, according to the news website Bianet: The Armenian Stanoz Cemetery in Ankara’s Sincan district has been the target of treasure hunters for years.

The Man Who Risked Everything to Report From IS-controlled Mosul

By Shaul Adar

When Mosul fell to the Islamic State in June 2014, its residents suddenly found themselves living in one of the most heinous regimes since Nazi Germany. Women and girls were openly sold into slavery on the main street next to the market, people were publicly beheaded, and others had their hands chopped off because they didn't pay their utility bills.

Australian SenatorArmenian, Assyrian and Greek Calls for Genocide Recognition

By Siranush Ghazanchyan

Federal Senator for Western Australia, Louise Pratt has joined Armenian-Australian, Assyrian-Australian and Greek-Australian calls for national recognition of the 1915 Genocide committed against their ancestors by the Ottoman Empire, by signing an Affirmation of Support backing the Joint Justice Initiative.

Work Begins on Rebuilding Assyrian Catholic Church in the Old City of Mosul

The restoration and rehabilitation of the Al-Tahera Church in the Old City of Mosul is well underway. In close coordination with UAE and local authorities, UNESCO concluded the first phase of activities by clearing the rubble and Unexploded ordnance, UXOs, from the complex as well as securing the project site for reconstruction.


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