An enormous achievement for the Assyrians around the world!

AACF – Officiel: It’s done. Today, April 29, 2024, the National Assembly has just voted unanimously on a resolution recognizing the Assyro-Chalden Genocide of 1915–1918, presented by the deputy Anne Laure BLIN, chairman of the Renaissance group, and the deputy LR Sylvain Maillard. Remember, at our Annual Grand Dinner just 2 months ago, former President Nicolas Sarkozy, who had honored us with his presence, in his speech, called on the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, to officially recognize the

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Fransa’nın eski Cumhurbaşkanı Nicolas Sarkozy, Asurilere destek sözü verdi:

Nicolas Sarkozy

“Sizin arkanızdayım!” Fransa’daki Asur-Keldani Derneği’nin (AACF) 27 Şubat 2024 tarihinde düzenlediği son derece iyi organize edilmiş gala, 400’den fazla kişinin katılımıyla gerçekleşti. Geçtiğimiz yılın Şubat ayında, Fransa Senatosu’nun Asur (Süryani, Keldani) soykırımını tanımasıyla alakalı bir karar aldığı biliniyor. Bu yıl, Paris’te bulunan InterContinental Paris le Grand otelinde yapılan galanın amacı, Asur Soykırımı konusunda farkındalık yaratmak ve Fransız Parlamentosu’nda bir tasarı sunarak bunun kabulünü sağlamaktı. Etkinlik, Asur-Keldani dernek başkanı Tony İde’nin misafirleri selamlama konuşmasıyla başladı. Etkinliğe dört yüzden fazla kişi katılım

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The former president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy to the Assyrians, “You have my support.”

More than four hundred guests and nearly sixty French Parliament and Senate members attended the well-organized gala of the Association des Assyro-Chaldeans in France (AACF) held on February 27, 2024. As it is known, last year, the French Senate passed a resolution that recognized the Assyrian (also known as Syriac and Chaldean) Genocide. The purpose of the gala was to continue to raise awareness of the Assyrian Genocide and to introduce the resolution in the French Parliament. It was spectacular

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SAYFO an Account of the Assyrian Genocide

Sayfo

Published in 2021, Sayfo is based on surviving eyewitness accounts of the Assyrian genocide, penned by a seminarian from greater Tur Abdin (southeast of the modern Turkish state). The viewpoint is relatively unknown and seldom discussed. This text, which has been translated and annotated by a master of Syriac who also knows a lot about modern Assyrian history, is a rare chance for new research. The killing of the Assyrians is one of the worst things that people have forgotten

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A book on the attitude of the Vatican towards the Genocide of 1915

Abuna Fikri Gabriel

Grandson of a survivor of the 1915 genocide, born in Turabdin, southeastern Turkey, Abuna Fikri Gabriel is a Doctor of Theology from the Catholic University of Louvain, Professor of Catholic religion at the Saint Laurent-Liège Institute and a Priest at the Syriac Church in Liège. He has published two essays in the Review of Ecclesiastical History, the Vatican faced with the genocide of Armenians and Syriacs (Brepols 2016) and in Cahier de la revue théologique de Louvain 46, Syriacs and Turks, what

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History has been rewritten in California

The Assyrian genocide of 1915 in the Ottoman Empire and the Simele massacre of 1933 have been recognized by the State of California recently. Read the full resolution text here, that has passed on September 9, 2019: bit.ly/2mf2UFR The decision was made unanimously, with both Democratic and Republican assembly members behind the resolution.  Assyrian Christians — often simply referred to as Assyrians— are an ethnic minority group whose origins lie in the Assyrian Empire, a major power in the ancient

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