Editorials
Will the Assyrian Orthodox Church Split After the Death of the Patriarch?
Turkey's Role in the Kidnapping of the Syrian Bishops
Will a Province for Assyrians Stop Their Exodus From Iraq?
Conference on the Persecution of Assyrians and Other Christians in the Middle East
The Assyrians and Kurdish Autonomy in Syria
Stranded: the Forgotten Assyrians of Al-Thawrah, Syria
Assyrian Businesses, Church Attacked in Baghdad, 2 Killed
Islamist Ultimatum to Syrian Christians: Convert, Leave, or Die
Assad Fighters Hiding in Turkey Still Fear Persecution for Being Christians, Nuri Kino Reports
Assyrians and Syria's Struggle For Democracy And Freedom
Armenia Must Recognize the Assyrian Genocide
Remembering the Black Sunday Massacre and the Future of Assyrians in Iraq
Preserving Iraq's Assyrians: Federalism
The Genocide of Assyrians -- Then and Now
Turkish High School History Book Portrays Assyrians As Traitors
Assyrian Genocide Scholar Discusses the Turkish Genocide of Assyrians
Iraqi Kurdistan: Not So Democratic
Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide Anniversary Commemorated Publicly in Turkey
Turkish Supreme Court Rules Against Assyrian Monastery
We Cannot Protect Assyrians and Other Minorities: Iraqi Official
Baghdad Church Massacre Victims in Paris for Treatment, Recount Harrowing Ordeal
The Baghdad Assyrian Church Massacre: Waiting for Godot!
Assyrians in Iraq Must Be Protected By Iraqis and Americans
The Assyrian Genocide and the Turkish Ambassador
Assyrian Genocide Monument Unveiled in Australia
Council of Europe Demands Sweden Stop Deporting Iraqi Refugees
Assyrian Refugees in Damascus and Ethnic Cleansing of Assyrians in Iraq
The Ethnic Cleansing of Assyrians in Iraq Must Be Stopped
95 Years After the Assyrian, Armenian, Greek Genocide
Over 3,000 Iraqi Refugee Cases Submitted for Review in Sweden
Government Sponsored Terror Squad Killing Assyrians, Other Minorities in Turkey
Swedish Migration Board to Review Iraqi Asylum Cases
Sweden May Have Illegally Deported Iraqi Refugees
Assyrian Refugees Expelled From Sweden -- Fleeing Again
Turkish Court Rules Against Assyrian Monastery
Assyrian Refugees in Sweden Caught in Political Struggle
Assyrian Monastery in Turkey Wins First Legal Battle
The Continuing Legal Battle of the Syriac-Orthodox Monastery in Turkey
Assyrians in North Iraq Fired for Not Voting for Pro-Kurdish Slate
Turkey Delays Assyrian Monastery Trial For the Third Time
Report Highlights Election Violations Against Assyrians in North Iraq
Many Election Violations Against Assyrians in North Iraq
Turkish State Escalates Legal Battle Against Assyrian Monastery
Mystery Surrounds Disappearance of Assyrian Finance Minister
Assyrians in North Iraq Fear Ballot Rigging in January 31 Elections
International Pressure Forces Turkey to Again Delay Assyrian Monastery Trial
Turkish Court Reschedules Hearings on Assyrian Monastery
Turks, Kurds Threaten Assyrian Monastery in Turkey
Kurdish Forces Confiscating Ration Cards, Weapons From Assyrians in North Iraq
Kurdish Involvement Suspected in Attacks on Assyrians in Mosul
Turkey Attempting to Confiscate Assyrian Monastery's Land
Kurdish Land Grabs Leave Assyrians Dependent on Food Aid
Dutch MPs Visit North Iraq, Call for Protection for Assyrians
Assyrian Security Force Needed in Iraq's Nineveh Plain
Mounting Fears of Assyrian Genocide in Iraq
Jordan Should Legally Recognize Displaced Iraqis As Refugees
Arab American Institute Still Deliberately Claiming Assyrians Are Arabs
EU Conference Calls on Turkey to Recognize Assyrian Genocide
Kurdish Militia, Iraqi Police Terrorizing Assyrians in North Iraq
Kurds Block Assyrians, Shabaks From Police Force in North Iraq
Summaries

Will the Assyrian Orthodox Church Split After the Death of the Patriarch?

By Augin Kurt Haninke

Stockholm (AINA) -- On the same day I received the news that Patriarch Zakka had passed away in a hospital in Germany (AINA 2014-03-21), I was invited to a cultural event organized by the St. Augin Association in Sweden, in support of the eponymous monastery in Turabdin, Turkey.

The Assyrians and Kurdish Autonomy in Syria

By Augin K. Haninke

(AINA) -- The Kurdish Democratic Party (PYD), a branch of Partiya Karkerın Kurdistan (PKK), recently declared that they want to form a Kurdish autonomy in northern Syria. The area in Syria called al-Jazeera is now called Rojava in Kurdish media.

Stranded: the Forgotten Assyrians of Al-Thawrah, Syria

By Dr. Nicholas Al-Jeloo

When considering the present civil war in Syria, the focus of most Assyrians in the diaspora has understandably been directed towards the governorate of al-Hasakah, which harbours the largest concentration of ethnic Assyrians in the country.

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