In this program, we summarize the reactions after Kurdish YPG’s attack on the Assyrian Force Sootoro/GPF in Qamishly January 12. Studio Guests Konstantin Shabo, Dr. Gabriel Oussi and participants by phone analyzes the background to the Kurdish selflrule’s motive, which apparently is to cleans the area of Assyrians and other non-desired Christian groups, who refuse to accept the arrogans of Kurdish PYD. Participants also discuss the serious attacks of the group Dawronoye on the president of the Assyrian Federation Afram Yakoub’s person, after his speech at a manifestaion in Stockholm last weekend. The pro-Kurdish Dawronoye seem to act desperate after having been exposed as puppets of an anti-Assyrian Kurdish agenda. They have lost ground in the Assyrian community and overreact by turning things around and blame all evil on the critics.
Criticism is also directed to Assyrian politicians and opinion leaders, who have not responded or taken a stand against YPG’s attacks on Assyrians in Qamishly. One of the participants recalled the need to form an Assyrian platform that includes all the key players within the group, in order to talk with a unified voice. It i s fair to begin in Sweden, he suggested. Konstantin Shabo, originator of the idea of an Assyrian exile parliament, agrees that the need is greater than ever today.