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The plight of Christians in Israel: The Column on Christian Arabs the newspaper refused to publish

This column was submitted to my editors and they refused to publish it. You decide. American Jewish reporters and columnists can print anything they want about Israel, Jews and even criticism of Arabs and Palestinians. 677 more words

Middle East Topics

County Board Declares September Chaldean American Month

Sep 16, 2015 (San Diego) The County Board of Supervisors declared the month of September Chaldean American month in the county of San Diego. It was presented to Sinar Asmar and Mikhail Christen, two students at Diego Charger School. 165 more words



“Ponder well on this point: the pleasant hours of our life are all connected by a more or less tangible link, with some memory of the table.” – Charles Pierre Monselet… 725 more words

Main Dish/Dinner (Eshaya)

How To Get Your Art Work Exhibited: Assyrian Arts Fair

On Sunday June 7 2015, I was able to display some of my most recent artwork at the second annual Assyrian Art Fair held by… 688 more words


St Hirmiz Chaldean Church in Mardin, Turkey

We had to ask around to figure out who could let us into this old church. We have been told that there is a single Chaldean Christian family left in the city of Mardin by a couple of local Christians. 95 more words

Church History

Saving The Language Jesus Spoke

Pray for persecuted Christians around the world but especially in the Middle East.

Eastern Catholic Church

No, I am NOT Hispanic. But What Do I Do Now That My Husband and Children Are?

I am, as my friends have said, ethnically ambiguous.

I couldn’t even begin to count the number of times I’d been asked some variation of: “What ethnicity are you?”  There was the kid at the summer camp where I worked who asked me, “Are you black, or white, or both?”  The RA in my freshmen dorm who anxiously pulled me aside one day and said, “I hope this doesn’t offend you, but it’s been driving me crazy and I just have to ask.   532 more words