The Spark that started a revolution: Navigating Four Crucial Trends Post the Assyrian Wedding Fire in Baghdada (Qaraqosh), Iraq

Assyrian Wedding Fire Tragedy

By Ashur Sada, founder and webmaster of Assyrian Voice Network Can the town of Baghdeda (Qaraqosh) take more hits?In the 2010 Baghdad church massacre, a lot of those affected were from this town and surrounding areas in the Nineveh Plain region. Then a few years later, the town and the whole region in general was invaded by ISIS, […]

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New Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East Has a lot of Challenges Ahead but He Is the Perfect Man for the Job

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New Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East Has a Lot of Challenges Ahead but He Is the Perfect Man for the Job

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الشعب الإيراني كالمنقذ لانجاح وتحويل المظاهرات في العراق إلى ثورة ناجحة؟

الشعب الإيراني كالمنقذ لانجاح وتحويل المظاهرات في العراق إلى ثورة ناجحة؟

في متابعتي للاحداث واخبار المظاهرات الشعبية العارمة في العراق، و الطريقة القمعية الدموية التي تُرد عليها من الحكومة الشيعية المدعومة من إيران، خطرت هذه الفكرة إلى البال: أليس الان الوقت الأفضل و الفرصة الذهبية للشعب الإيراني الجار لكي يتظاهر هو الآخر ويثور على حكومته أيضا؟ بما انهم الداعم الأكبر للحكومة في العراق،الحكومة الايرانية ستواجه صعوبة […]

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Assyrian Voice interview with Steve Netniss, an Assyrian technologist, professor and author of recently published ‘POTENTIAL: The Assyrian Quest for Identity: What does it mean to be an Assyrian from a Christian perspective?‘ book

Assyrian Voice interview with Steve Netniss, an Assyrian technologist, professor and author of recently published

Assyrian Voice interview with Steve Netniss, an Assyrian technologist, professor and author of recently published ‘POTENTIAL: The Assyrian Quest for Identity: What does it mean to be an Assyrian from a Christian perspective?‘  book   Personal questions: -Welcome and thanks for taking the time to do this interview with AssyrianVoice.net. – Can you please introduce […]

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An Assyrian Mothers Life also Lost in San Bernardino Shootings

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By Abbey Mikha More innocent lives lost in California. An Assyrian mother was murdered in the San Bernardino shootings a few days ago along with 13 others with also 21 injured.  It was reported in the news that the killers in San Bernardino used military-style assault weapons to kill as many people as they could.  It […]

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Pray for the World and Paris 

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By Abbey Mikha Recently there have been bombings in Beirut, Lebanon which killed forty three and injured two hundred forty persons. There have also been a lot of natural disasters in the world lately. For example an earthquake hit Japan in the past which devastated the country and the Japanese people received a lot of […]

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Winter is here! What about the Assyrians?

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By Abbey Mikha As I am looking over pictures of refugee Assyrians and their children it truly truly breaks my heart.  Don’t be naïve, Winter is here! It is going to snow soon and it has already rained an unusual amount of cold rain and the camps are flooding in the North of Iraq!  How […]

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It just hit me: Assyrians are living a terrible nightmare!

Assyrians are living a terrible nightmare in Iraq and Syria thanks to isis

By: Ashur Sada   I am well aware of what has been happening to our Assyrian people in Iraq and Syria at the hands of ISIS. It is pretty horrible. But sometimes you go through life, get distracted and tend to forget some of it. And then it hit me, literally like a light bulb […]

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Give Hope to all the Children of the World Regardless of their Identity

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  By Abbey Mikha One does not have to look up stats to know that there are millions and millions of children living in extreme poverty all over the world. Advanced nations could eradicate child poverty but they do not because perhaps it does not suit their ideals or it is not in their own […]

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Remembering Assyrian Martyrs Past and Present

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  By Abbey Mikha Every day I think about the Assyrian Martyrs who were massacred in 1915 in Hakkari, Tur Abdin, and other Assyrian areas and also in Simele in 1933. I am especially thinking about these Genocides today August 7th because today is Assyrian Martyrs day. The Seypa Genocide is a part of my […]

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