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 Shläma ~ 0ml4   | Khad b'Shaba, Tabakh 1, 6771 - 5:25 b'lilya b'Nineweh, Atour
 Sunday, August 1, 2021 at 5:25 PM in Nineveh, Assyria

The Poetry Writings of Fred Aprim
If possible
Between my uncle and home
A thought to a friend

That dream
In that little corner
Why am I sad
Beyond the sand castle
A new generation
That face forever
The glare

Restless Soul
Fred Aprim

The Betrayal of the Powerless
Assyrians: From Bedr Khan to Saddam Hussein (Second Edition, Third Printing)
Assyrians: The Continuous Saga
Indigenous People in Distress

 Assyrian Names Project

El-Qosh (Alqosh), Yimma d' Athor (The Mother of Assyria)
Karamles (Karamlesh): The Hidden and Unearthed Ancient Assyrian Town
The Town of Tel-Kepe (Telkaif)
Bartella (Baritle) and its Neighboring Villages
The Assyrian Christians' Dilemma in Iraq: Outlook and Solution

Akitu (the New Year Festival) and Newruz (Nuroz)
Bakdedo or Baghdeda (modern Qara Qosh or Hamdaniya): A Thriving Assyrian Village
The “New” Iraq: A Century Old Dilemma
For the Sake of this Unique Nation
Assyria or Kurdistan?

Indigenous People in Distress
The Reality of the Title Assyrian

The Assyrians of the San Joaquin Valley, California: From Early Settlements to the Present
Why the Assyrian Nation?

The Assyrian Continuity
The Assyrian Statehood: Yesterday’s Denial and Today’s Moral Obligation
Assyrians, Syrians and Syriac, Notes and Historical Facts
Majority & Minority: A Case For Study
The Chaldeans: Facts and Fiction
Chaldeans or Catholic Assyrians!
Reflections on Yousif Hermiz Jammo’s Book “The Remains of Nineveh or the History of Telkaif” 
The A to Z of the ancient Chaldeans and their relation to modern Chaldeans
Mandaeans: The True Descendents of Ancient Babylonians and Chaldeans

The Nestorian Monument in Xian, China
Politics vs. Academics: Vision for Better Future or Jeopardizing a Glorious History? Attempts to Rewrite History - Again
Reflections from the 48th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale (RAI)
Arabic, Arabism and the Syriac-speaking Churches in the Middle East: A Historical Perspective