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During the months of Turkish occupation, there was never a moment of real safety for the Christians. The most unremitting efforts on the part of the missionaries secured comparative safety within the city walls, so that the people were scattered to some extent from the Mission Compound; and a few villages, including two that were not plundered at the beginning, were kept comparatively safe through the efforts of the Persian Governor.

Beyond these narrow limits the Christians could not go. This was shown by constant robberies and murders when Christians ventured forth. During this period the Turks were guilty not only of failure to protect the Christians effectively, but also of direct massacres under their orders. One hundred and seventy men thus massacred were buried by the American missionaries...

William A. Shedd

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USA, Morton Grove, Illinois: Tammuz, the Assyrian Festival

July 31, 2011

Assyrian American Civic Club of Chicago

The Assyrian Festival
Food, Folklore, Dance, Music & More...
Sunday, July 31, 2011, 11AM - 7PM

Saint Paul Woods
Oakton & Caldwell in Morton Grove, Illinois USA

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