Ninve Dallaci dbe Azar is an Assyrian journalist who does not hesitate to debate subjects that are, or have been, taboo within the Assyrian community; intercultural marriage, divorce, dating for girls etc. Last year she wrote a column in the Assyrian Magazine Hujådå where she was surprised about how the elder generation of her parents […]
Assyrian music at its best. ”Everything he touches turns into gold”. This proverb suits Shikri Johanen (Yawse) very well, because every song of his became a classic hit. In 2007 he sang ”Hwartho dlebo”, 2009 ”Bote” named after his village of origin. Now Shikri Johanen (Yawse) releases ”Hesh lo tayem ou oumro”. The music video is […]
On Thursday April 5, we attended the traditional ceremony of foot washing in St. Petrus, Stockholm, four days before the Orthodox Easter. The tradition originates from Jesus Christ who washed the feet of his disciples after his last supper with them, before he was arrested and crucified.
Qawme Sami Dik is a young Assyrian archeologist who wants to write a Ph.D on Assyrian colloquial dialect of his home village Arkah and other villages of Tur Izlo in Turabdin. Before he can start his studies at Berlin Freie Universität, he must learn German language. He has an MA from Artuklu Üniversitesi in Mardin […]
The Slovenian filmmaker Mr. Erik Valencic tells about the finished project of the documentary titled “The Guardians of Civilization”, which will be released soon. With funds from Assyrian Diaspora, especially Assyrian Universal Alliance Foundation (AUAF) in the U.S and Stiftung Mor Afrem in Germany, the project could finally be finished. It is the story of […]
International women’s day special – The Integration and Empowerment of Assyrian Women in Europe: Problems and Challenges. From 2013