Arameans of Iraq.
Iraq: Aramean teacher and student killed in Mosul
Iraq: We have
left behind a "sovereign, stable and self-reliant Iraq"
“Liberation” Iraq: Extermination Aramean
Christians. “Liberation” Egypt: burning churches and
slaughtering of Coptic Christians
Iraq and Arameans: The usual ritual, blowing up their churches
uproar in the Middle-East and the future of the Aramean nation
Iraq: Extermination of
Arameans of Iraq
Aramean blood continue to flow in Iraq: Two Aramean brothers killed in Mosul
An Aramean spiritual leader makes a dramatic appeal: Leave Iraq
among the Arameans of Baghdad: Something like this never happened
Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns in strong words the terrorist
attack on the Aramean Catholic church in Baghdad
The 19 years old Aramean girl Sandy Shabib Hadi Zahra succumbs to her injuries
Arameans from Mosul: According to recent UN report more than 5000 Arameans have
Patriarch of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch condemns the attacks on
the Aramean Christians of Mosul
Exodus of the Arameans of Mosul continues undiminished: According to UN
report already 720 Aramean families (4320 people) have left Mosul
Peaceful demonstration on Sunday 28th
of February 2010 by the Aramean Orthodox and Catholics in Baghdeda
(Qaraqosh), northern Iraq
Council of Churches in Iraq appeals to the government to protect the Aramean
people in Mosul, Iraq
The Arameans of Mosul: A new Exodus and Ethnic cleansing is going on
Arameans of Iraq again victim of killings and bloodbaths:
Christmas “message” for the Arameans of Mosul: Four Aramean Churches attacked
and one Aramean killed
Exactly one month and one day after the dramatic appeal of Iraqi President
to the United Nations, two car bombs were detonated in the neighborhood of
the Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq
of Iraq: The East- Aramean Chaldean bishop Louis Sako of Kirkuk sounds the alarm
Totally unfounded or has it a grain of
truth in it?
Greater- Israel and the
ethnic cleansing of the Arameans of Mosul and surroundings in Iraq
The Special UN envoy to Iraq, Mr. Ad Melkert, wants extra protection for the
Aramean Christians in Iraq
Indigenous Aramean Churches in Baghdad (Iraq) attacked by car bombs
blood continues to flow in Iraq…
Iraq: The bloodshed of Aramean people
and bombardment of churches continues undiminished
of ethnic cleansing Mosul: The Aramean Srebrinica.
Who is responsible and
indigenous nation of Iraq: Removal of article 50, exclusion, killings,
persecutions, displacements and ethnic cleansing in Mosul erea
Again two Arameans killed in Iraq
Killing of Priest Yusuf Adel
Again a Aramean spiritual leader is
killed in Iraq.
This time: The West- Aramean Syrian
orthodox priest Yusuf Adel Abudi in Bagdad
Through all the misery: Miracles happens
Funeral of the West-
Aramean Syrian Orthodox Priest Yusuf Adel Abudi
Killing of Mgr. Faraj Raho
Aramean Chaldean bishop of Mosul, Mgr. Paulus Faraj Raho
was abducted on
29-2-2008 in Mosul.
The East- Aramean Chaldean bishop Paulus
Faraj Raho killed in Mosul
Friday 14-3-2008: Funeral of Mgr. Faraj
Addai Church in Karemlesh
Mgr. Paulus Faraj Raho: A Great Spiritual Leader and a Worthy Sheppard in
Charge of Jesus Christ
Aramean centre for art and culture has been opened in Ankawa, northern Iraq
Churches and institutions in Iraq under Attack
AINA: The international lie- and hate machine and the cause of killing,
persecution and decline of the Arameans of Iraq
Priest Ragied Aziz Gannie
Aramean Chaldean priest Ragied Aziz Gannie brutally murdered in Mosul along with
three deacons by Muslim extremists
Terror against Arameans (including "Assyrians" and Chaldeans) of Iraq.
Ethnic cleansing of the
Indigenous people of Iraq
Priest Paulus Iskandar
priest Iskandar beheaded in Mosul (Iraq)
Killing of Isoh
West- Aramean Isoh Majeed Hadaya killed by terrorists in Iraq
Aramean people (not to be confused with ‘Armenians’) speak Aramaic, the
language spoken by Abraham, Moses and Jesus. They are the indigenous people
of what was called
in ancient times Aram- Nahrin, in our days it is called ‘Mesopotamia’.
Some Arameans today
identify themselves with “Assyrians”,
because of the spiritual colonial hate generating activities of the Western
missionaries and diplomats in the Middle-East in 16th and 19th
centuries. Other Arameans became known as “Chaldeans”. However all of them
14-3-2008: Funeral of Mgr. Faraj Raho
in St. Addai Church in Karemlesh.
The East-Aramean Chaldean bishop
of Mosul, Mgr. Paulus Faraj Raho
was kidnapped on 29-2-2008. His three bodyguards were killed.
On 13-3-2008 he was found in a grave in Mosul.
Friday 14th of March 2008 the
funeral of Mgr. Faraj Raho took place in Karemlesh, northern Iraq. The
ceremony was held in the Apostel St. Addai Church in
Karemlesh and was attended by clergy of all the Aramean denominations,
officials of government and representatives of other religious groups.
The long procession was
accompanied by hundreds of faithful, with the coffin, to the St. Addai Church in
Clergy of all the Aramean denominations
accompanying the procession, with the coffin, to the St. Addia Church.
The service was conducted by
Patriarch of Chaldean Church, Mgr. Ammanuel Delly
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