13December2017

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS

SUA 2010 Iraq Report: Recommendations for the Protection of the Indigenous Aramean Christians of Iraq

Syriac Universal Alliance
2010 Iraq Report:


Recommendations for the Protection of the Indigenous Aramean Christians of Iraq


CONTENTS

1. The Syriac Universal Alliance (SUA)

2. Who are the Aramean (Syriac) People?

3. The Aramean Christians (Syriacs) of Iraq

4. The Danger for Aramean Christians in Iraq

5. The Most Critical Issues Facing Aramean Christians

6. Ten Critical Questions for Iraq and International Community

7. Recommendations for a Stabilized Iraq

8. Conclusion

Endnotes


Executive Summary

The Syriac Universal Alliance (SUA), a Non-Governmental Organization in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, defends and promotes the global interests of the Aramean Christian (Syriac) people, including the Chaldeans, Syriacs (Orthodox and Catholics) and Nestorians (followers of the Church of the East who sometimes are known as ‘Assyrians’) of Iraq (referred to herein as “Aramean Christians” or “Arameans”).

The SUA has prepared this Report on Iraq, entitled “Syriac Universal Alliance 2010 Iraq Report: Recommendations for the Protection of the Indigenous Aramean Christians of Iraq” (“Report”).

This Report contains ten (10) Questions and ten (10) Recommendations (split into short, medium and long term solutions) by the SUA concerning the present and future conditions of the Aramean Christian people in Iraq.

READ THE FULL REPORT HERE!


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