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...every so often you get one of these dreamers who thinks to lift up the sagging spirit of assyrians who might be tired of begging on their knees with vague assurances that "people met" and "assyrian rights were discussed".
American general talking Assyrian self-government
Posted By: SOS
Date: Tuesday, 1 January 2008, at 6:05 p.m.
Colonel Tony Thomas commander coalition forces in Mosul met Mr. Aghjan to discuss the security, of the Mousel-Ninevel area in general and the Assyrian, Chaldean and Syriac situation in particular.
The Iraq’s future, Assyrian legitimate rights and the Assyrian right to achieve self-government in their accessorial land were also discussed.
Mr. Sarkis Agajan received Commander Colonel Tony Thomas coalition forces in Mosul in his office.
It seems that the Assyrian self-government is gradually being materialized. Knowing Kurds depend on US for their protection from other regional forces (Turkey, Iran, Syria); American political and military support the Assyrian self-government will be one of the important elements of its formation.
After the general election of the Assyrian parliament and its executive committee (Motwa d Ankawa), the American would recognize and work directly with an officially elected Assyrian government.
...there is no one, absolutely no one in any official capacity on ANY side who's ever discussed or taken seriously the notion of making a Christian enclave in the MidEast. One Jewish one was enough.
..this is part of the fantasy-parliament they think will be taken seriously anywhere...even if they manage not to kill each other in the process of "electing" a leadership.
...it's more of the usual; fools making foolish statements. From such weak tea they think to raise their "hopes".
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