The untold genecide of the Assyrians

I do not own the copyright to this material yet, but it effects me directly as an Assyrian and for that reason i´m obligated to spread the unwanted truth about the forgoten massacre despite attempts by the invaders to keep it quiet! this documantary tells the story about the massacre that was committed by the turks and their accomplices against our nation.

 

About us Assyrians

By the grace of our Lord Jesus I welcome you to our website, here´s a brief history about us to those who dont know anything about Assyrians.

Our Assyria is located in north Mesopotamia ”so called iraq today” and spans four countries: In Syria it extends west to the Euphrates river; in Turkey it extends north to Harran, Edessa, Diyarbakir, and Lake Van, in Iran it extends east to Lake Urmi, and in Iraq it extends to about 100 miles south of Kirkuk. This is the Assyrian heartland, from which so much of the ancient Near East came to be controlled.

Two great rivers run through Assyria, the Tigris and the Euhprates, and many lesser ones, the most important of which being the Upper Zab and Lower Zab, both tributaries to the Tigris. Strategically surrounding the Tigris and the two Zabs are the Assyrian cities of Nineveh, Ashur, Arbel, Nimrod and Arrapkha.

To the north and east of Assyria lie the Taurus and Zagros mountains. To the west and south lies a great, low limestone plateau. At the southern end of Assyria the gravel plains give way to alluvium deposited by the Tigris, and farther south there is insufficient rainfall for agriculture without irrigation. These two features create a geogrpahical boundary between Assyria and the neighboring land to the south.

Our religion

Assyrians were among the first people that believed in Christ, We Assyrians have practiced two religions throughout our history: Ashurism and Christianity. Ashurism was, of course, the first religion of the Assyrians. The very word Assyrian, in its Latin form, derives from the name of Ashur, the Assyrian god. Assyrians continued to practice Ashurism until 256 A.D, although by that time, most Assyrians had accepted Christianity. Indeed, Assyrians were the first nation to accept Christianity, and the Assyrian Church was founded in 33 A.D. by Thomas, Bortholemew and Thaddeus.

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