Re: Why Zowaa brought a name issue - More facts


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Posted by farid from customer-148-233-78-77.uninet.net.mx (148.233.78.77) on Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 12:22PM :

In Reply to: Why Zowaa brought a name issue - More facts posted by Amira Bet Shmoel from 58-20-123-72.dial.tor1.sprint-canada.net (149.99.123.72) on Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 2:04AM :

: Dear Mr. Junglest and all

: please feel free to read ( Why Zowaa brought a name issue - More facts):
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: Amira


***You are my sweetest of hearts. Ill read it, but I have to say that the name issue is a dead letter. It figures that we WOULD pick the most useless part of what a People should be and squabble over it like mad mice. It matters more how a "father" behaves than what you call him. By any name...we are as far from being any kind of descendants of any kind of Assyrians you could imagine. Black South Africans come a lot closer than our savages in Chicago and Modesto.

Shakespeare said it best..."Whats in a name...that which we would call an Assyrian, by any other name would smell just as rotten".

Weve made almost a profession of hiding behind this noble sounding name of ours...that we think is ours. Id far rather see us acting as if we were maybe sort of Assyrians than fighting just to CALL ourselves such. But you already know all of that.
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