Attacks on Assyrians in Dora, Baghdad
Posted 2015-11-03 01:05 GMT
(AINA) -- Dora, an Assyrian neighborhood south of Baghdad, was targeted by Islamists beginning in 2004. The attacks caused nearly all of the 20,000 Assyrians who lived there to flee and never return. Only a few hundred Assyrians remain there.
- 2004-10-16 Five Churches Targeted in Bomb Blasts Across Baghdad
- 2004-11-08 Three Killed in Church Bombing in Baghdad
- 2005-09-07 Fire Consumes Over 500 Assyrian Shops in Baghdad Suburb
- 2006-10-23 Iraqi Militias Conducting Ethnic Cleansing Campaign Against Baghdad's Christians
- 2007-03-18 Muslims Forcing Christian Assyrians in Baghdad Neighborhood to Pay 'Protection Tax'
- 2007-04-17 More on Muslims Forcing Christian Assyrians in Baghdad to Pay 'Protection Tax'
- 2007-05-08 Iraqi Christians Flee Baghdad
- 2007-05-18 The Situation of Christians in Iraq is Dire
- 2007-05-18 Told to Convert or Die, 21 Assyrian Families Seek Shelter in Baghdad Churches
- 2007-05-18 Muslims Burn Assyrian Church in Baghdad
- 2007-05-21 Baghdad Assyrian District Emptied; Churches, Monasteries Abandoned
- 2007-06-04 Two Assyrian Churches Looted in Baghdad
- 2009-07-12 6 Baghdad Churches Bombed
- 2009-07-12 Bombers Target Baghdad Churches -- Again
- 2013-12-25 Bombs Targeting Christians Kill 35 in Iraq
- 2013-12-25 Christmas Day Bombings Target Christians in Iraq, 38 Killed
- 2013-12-26 Video Shows Carnage of Christmas Day Bombing At Assyrian Market in Baghdad
- 2014-12-22 Iraq Crisis: The Last Assyrians of Dora