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   News  |  Education  |  Government  |  Religion  |  Financial  |  Health  |  Fine Arts  |  Sports   Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 9:52 PM in Nineveh, Assyria  

To know your past, is to know yourself.

The next morning we woke up and washed our hands and faces and the old woman had a white sheet with which she let me wipe my wet hands and face. Suddenly across the river we saw some soldiers. The soldiers waved and signalled us to come to them. We all slowly crossed over the shallow water along the underneath of the broken bridge, carefully holding on to the posts of the bridge. As we approached these men with our clothes wet to our knees, we saw that they were Turkish soldiers. They asked the old woman who we were and what we were doing there. In Turkish, the woman told them that we were Assyrians, and were left behind. At that point, one of the soldiers picked up the woman's older granddaughter and put her in the arms of a soldier who was still mounted on his horse...

Ben S. Benjamin (Assyrian Holocaust Survivor)

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International: The Black Marches

November 8, 2010

Black Sunday - October 31, 2010 (Baghdad, Iraq) — Islamic Terrorists kill Assyrians in Baghdad Church.
Islamic militants held around 120 Assyrian Christians hostage for nearly four hours in a church Sunday before security forces stormed the building and freed them, ending a standoff that left 58 people dead, U.S. and Iraqi officials said.
http://www.atour.com/news/assyria/20101031a.html

Assyrians worldwide are bringing attention to the religious persecution and ethnic genocide of Assyrians in the Middle East through peaceful Black Marches.

Wear all black! This is a worldwide coordinated event and we will all be wearing the same color, black, and have the same message: Protect Iraq’s vulnerable Assyrian Christian minority.

U.S.A. and CANADA

Chicago: arbela_baba [ a t ] yahoo.com, apdavid2 [ a t ] aol.com
James R Thompson Centre
100 W Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601
12:00 PM on Monday - Be There Early!

Detroit: Evettetoma [ a t ] yahoo.com
McNamara Federal Building in Downtown Detroit
12:00 PM on Monday - Be There Early!

Hartford, CT: 860-670-4902 or email ztyonkers [ a t ] gmail.com

Las Vegas: Lilyan Kasto - lilkasto [ a t ] aol.com 702-245-6372
425 Freemont St. (Freemont Parking Garage), Las Vegas NV 89101
Meet at 11.30 AM on Monday.

Modesto/Turlock: Suzanyounan [ a t ] yahoo.com
Corners of McHenry and Briggsmore
3:00 PM on Monday - Be There Early!

Newark/NYC: fkunny [ a t ] aol.com

Phoenix: caro-84 [ a t ] cox.net
Cesar Chavez Plaza, Downtown Phoenix
12:00 PM on Monday - Be There Early!

San Diego: stephen [ a t ] stephennissou.com
Federal Building at 880 Front St.
(Front St and Broadway)
12:00 PM on Monday - Be There Early!

San Jose: natalie.babella [ a t ] gmail.com

Toronto & Hamilton: Nohadra.markai [ a t ] hotmail.ca,
rivagewarges [ a t ] hotmail.com
Downtown Toronto: Satuday 1:00 PM, starting at Yonge and Front
Downtown Hamilton: Sunday 1:00 PM, in Gore Park

EUROPE:

Europe — Assyrian Federation in Germany and European Sections
Friday, November 12, 2010. Europe - The Black March
website: http://forum.bethnahrin.de/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=11037
archive: http://www.atour.com/media/20101110AIM043338.pdf

Brussels: November 12, 2010

London, UK: max.j.joseph [ a t ] gmail.com
Old Palace Yard, SW1 - 12:00 PM on Monday - Be There Early!

Sweden: Sait Yildiz +46 707 964 928 - sait.yildiz [ a t ] live.se

AUSTRALIA:

Australia: Contact Nahren Sharina Georges and Anabell St. Vincent


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Assyrian Posters

These advertising and marketing media have been created to promote online campaigns and local community events.

Feel free to copy, distribute, and print these posters at your local printing store and then display them in your Assyrian campaigns.

8” x 11” - low-resolution PDF (online usage)

11”x 17” - high-resolution PDF (poster printing)


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