Question and answers with Sabri Atman

Full name: Sabri Atman Hometown: I was born in Nsibin (Tur Abdin), in southeast Turkey. [I] moved to Austria due to political reasons and [then] to Sweden five years later. I am a Swedish citizen. Occupation: President of the Seyfo Center. Where is your family originally from? My family and the rest of Assyrians were living in Nsibin before the Kurds and Turks came to the region. For those that do not know, what is the Seyfo Center? The Seyfo Center is a research center

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David William Lazar: Turkey must pay compensation

David William Lazar was born in Baghdad in 1959, the family left Iraq in 1965 and he grew up living in Kuwait and Lebanon. In 1979 he arrived in Los Angeles from London as a prospective university student. In 1980 he co-founded Assyrian Students Society at California State University, Northridge. In 1982 he represented the Western Region of the US at the Assyrian Universal Alliance Congress that was held in Los Angeles.

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Interview Matthias Bjørnlund

Matthias Bjørnlund: Scandinavian archives overwhelmingly confirm genocide of Ottoman Christians. Seyfo Center spoke with Danish scholar Matthias Bjørnlund; historian and lecturer at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

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