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Assyrian Population In Iraq, FACTS UNVEILED FOR THE AssyrianS!
Danno
post 05/24/08 02:45 PM
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QUOTE(Kurd-BOSS @ 05/24/08 06:18 AM) [snapback]122667[/snapback]
You just can't swallow the fact that we are so succesful and have international support icon_lol.gif

HAHAHAHAHAHAH


international support!?!?!

may i remind you that at one point Assyrians had world powers behind them ... if they are behind you one second these western counrtries dont care about anything but themselves...do u think this "suppposrt" you speak of will last long, or just until they have used kurds enough for their benifit (which is what they did to Assyrians)
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post 05/24/08 03:14 PM
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QUOTE(Danno @ 05/24/08 10:45 PM) [snapback]122672[/snapback]
international support!?!?!

may i remind you that at one point Assyrians had world powers behind them ... if they are behind you one second these western counrtries dont care about anything but themselves...do u think this "suppposrt" you speak of will last long, or just until they have used kurds enough for their benifit (which is what they did to Assyrians)



after the world war 2. Assyrian levies were on the way to take many parts of Iraq, however the brits called them to stop and get back to the camps.

what happend after world war was the disband of the Levies army a regular army under British mandante...

the Kurdish situation is SOOOOOOOO similiar to what was the Assyrian situation 50 years ago.

and I wish the kurdish people not to suffer what Assyrians went throw...
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post 05/24/08 04:21 PM
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QUOTE(Rumtaya @ 05/24/08 04:14 PM) [snapback]122675[/snapback]
and I wish the kurdish people not to suffer what Assyrians went throw...




"Let the Turks invade Iraqi Kurdistan"

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post 05/24/08 04:48 PM
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QUOTE(Kurd-BOSS @ 05/25/08 12:21 AM) [snapback]122679[/snapback]
"Let the Turks invade Iraqi Kurdistan"

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Yes I still suppourt it. I would like that the would also sneak down the KDP, however I never said that they should strike down kurdish civilian.

You cant take any wrongs from me in here my dear icon_wink.gif
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post 05/24/08 04:55 PM
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QUOTE(Rumtaya @ 05/24/08 04:48 PM) [snapback]122684[/snapback]
Yes I still suppourt it. I would like that the would also sneak down the KDP, however I never said that they should strike down kurdish civilian.

You cant take any wrongs from me in here my dear icon_wink.gif


Strong majority of Kurds are members in either KDP, PKK or PUK. Sneaking down either of these parties would mean harming a significant population of Kurds.
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post 05/24/08 04:59 PM
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QUOTE(Shinayi @ 05/25/08 12:55 AM) [snapback]122687[/snapback]
Strong majority of Kurds are members in either KDP, PKK or PUK. Sneaking down either of these parties would mean harming a significant population of Kurds.


maybe because those 3 are the one who hold the guns and if someone has another idea he will be overrrun?

I would say that most Kurds are members of FREEDOM and do not really want to belong to any kurdish party.
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post 05/24/08 05:01 PM
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QUOTE(Rumtaya @ 05/24/08 04:59 PM) [snapback]122689[/snapback]
maybe because those 3 are the one who hold the guns and if someone has another idea he will be overrrun?

I would say that most Kurds are members of FREEDOM and do not really want to belong to any kurdish party.

Freedom from yoke of turks and arabs. and then again you wish turks invade them. icon_rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE(Shinayi @ 05/25/08 01:01 AM) [snapback]122690[/snapback]
Freedom from yoke of turks and arabs. and then again you wish turks invade them. icon_rolleyes.gif



no , I am not saying that....., someone just needs to get ride of KDP...etablish a party which is really democratic and which respects the other people who are and who do not want to be part of its party.


however time to sleep...good night kurdish Assyrian...
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QUOTE(Rumtaya @ 05/24/08 05:05 PM) [snapback]122692[/snapback]
no , I am not saying that....., someone just needs to get ride of KDP...etablish a party which is really democratic and which respects the other people who are and who do not want to be part of its party.
however time to sleep...good night kurdish Assyrian...


You mean you are unhappy with right-wing PDK, but are happy with middle-wing PUK or left-wing PKK? I'm sure the answer is 'no'. Coz you basically have problem with the Kurds as a people. not just the KDP.

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You mean you are unhappy with right-wing PDK, but are happy with middle-wing PUK or left-wing PKK? I'm sure the answer is 'no'. Coz you basically have problem with the Kurds as a people. not just the KDP.



well KDP ist a Kurdistan party....it does not only contain Kurds...however I dont agree its policies towards Assyrians. Thus someone needs to get ride of it.

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post 05/26/08 10:22 AM
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You mean you are unhappy with right-wing PDK, but are happy with middle-wing PUK or left-wing PKK? I'm sure the answer is 'no'. Coz you basically have problem with the Kurds as a people. not just the KDP.


yes i am unhappy with all of them

what i am happy with is the Kurdish Islamic party...they seem like they are the fariest of the kurdish party...AND THEY ARE AN ISLAMIC PARTY!!! what does that say about the others lol icon_lol.gif
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post 05/29/08 03:03 PM
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And we are unhappy to even have a talk with some life-bored insects who do not have the right to interfere with Kurdish politics or talk about the Kurdistan we've liberated FOR OURSELVES.

Since you do not want to be part of Kurdistan (which I hope you'll never be), go and stick with Iraq. Go to Sayed Sistani or Moqtada Sadr and ask them for international recognition of the state of Assyria.

But you know what, I dare to bet that none of you has the balls to do that. You do not want to face your actual enemies, and target those who allow such poison.
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post 06/02/08 12:53 PM
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QUOTE(Kurd-BOSS @ 05/29/08 05:03 PM) [snapback]122785[/snapback]
And we are unhappy to even have a talk with some life-bored insects who do not have the right to interfere with Kurdish politics or talk about the Kurdistan we've liberated FOR OURSELVES.

Since you do not want to be part of Kurdistan (which I hope you'll never be), go and stick with Iraq. Go to Sayed Sistani or Moqtada Sadr and ask them for international recognition of the state of Assyria.

But you know what, I dare to bet that none of you has the balls to do that. You do not want to face your actual enemies, and target those who allow such poison.


first of all i thought kurdistan was going to be a democracy??
well if it will become the way you are talking it will be no better than...lets see...a dictatorship, now what is a good example of a dictatorship...ooo i got one Saddam Hussein, do u remember him, he was the former president of iraq who persecuted minorities and crushed any oposition against him...

and we arent tight with muqtada al sadr he is a really bad guy who deserves to burn in hell (in my opinion)...not because we dont like the KDP doesnt mean we love muqtada...now ur sounding like an idiot man

our actual enemies??? u know who those are...whoever stops the progress of Assyrian movement for a better and more peaceful life, that includes muqtata, saddam, barzani, talabani, and many Assyrians along with them. Those are our enemies
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QUOTE(Kurd-BOSS @ 05/20/07 05:41 AM) [snapback]109547[/snapback]
1. The Assyrians do not have a homeland, nor do they or had they ever a modern state controlled by themselves.
2. Assyrians do CERTAINLY not have a common language,culture,race

There are Chaldeans who feel themselves separate. The have a different language and culture.

There are Suryani who consider themselves different and have different habits.
Also they have a very different form of Christianity.

Assyrians are different, the Assyrians in Syria and Iran speak totally different languages.
Assyrians in Syria and Iraq do not know their language, they communicate in Arabic with eachother in Iraq and Syria. I'd say only 5% maybe does know Assyrian.


There was this thing called Arabisation (oh, I don't know if you may have heard of it or not. It was pretty major!) and Assyrian Chaldeans fell victims to it a lot more than the rest of the Assyrians did. I will admit this because it gets talked about a lot by the older folks around here and when I cross paths with an Assyrian Chaldean I could barely string together what it is they are saying. This is a very small number of them that I am talking about. In general terms, we basically speak the same language but in different dialects.

Our language is beautiful. I never realised just how beautiful it is until I learnt how to read and write Assyrian.
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