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Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 12:28 PM UT | Updated: February 17, 2021


Sabri Atman at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.

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Sabri AtmanSabri Atman was born in Arbo, Nsibin (Tur Abdin, Assyria) in southeastern Turkey, in the indigenous lands of the Assyrians.  He moved to Austria due to political reasons, and to Sweden five years later. He studied economics at the University of Gothenburg and has a master’s degree in human rights and genocide studies from Kingston University in London, Siena University in Italy, and Warsaw University in Poland. He also has a third master's degree in History from Massachusetts University.

Sabri Atman speaks for a homeless nation, carrying with him a rock from his village, as he wanders the world like all the stateless Assyrian people in the Diaspora continue to do because of religious and ethnic persecution of the indigenous Assyrians in the Middle East.

Sabri Atman is the founder and the director of the Assyrian Genocide Research, Seyfo Center and continues to contribute immensely to worldwide awareness of the Assyrian Genocide using international human rights laws.  Sabri is also a member of The International Association of Genocide Scholars.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sabri Atman (left) with friends in Arbo Nisibin, Tur Abdin Assyria.  Sabri Atman at 16 years old. Sabri Atman's hometown in Arbo Nisibin, Tur Abdin Assyria.Sabri Atman's rock from his birth home in Arbo Nisibin, Tur Abdin Assyria.  Sabri Atman's birth home in Arbo Nisibin, Tur Abdin Assyria.

Sabri Atman's birth home in Arbo Nisibin, Tur Abdin Assyria (Southeastern Turkey).
Sabri Atman at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.  Sabri Atman at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.  Sabri Atman at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.  Sabri Atman standing next to the sign commemorating the dedicated work of Dr. Donny George Youkhanna at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.  Sabri Atman standing next to the Lamassu Assyrian Winged Bull at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.
Sabri Atman at the Oriental Institute in Chicago, Illinois USA, October 22, 2016.
Narsai M. David and Sabri Atman.  Sabri Atman  Ninos Aho and Sabri Atman in Sydney, Australia. Photo: Hammurabi Barhy  Ninos Aho and Sabri Atman in Sydney, Australia. Photo: Hammurabi Barhy  Ninos Aho and Sabri Atman in Sydney, Australia. Photo: Hammurabi Barhy
Narsai M. David | Ninos Aho | Sabri Atman


Armenia recognizes Assyrian and Greek genocides.  Assyria TV: Assyrian | English

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YouTube:  Linda Abraham interview with Sabri Atman, 2017.



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