Author: Juliana Taimoorazy

Juliana Taimoorazy

Juliana Taimoorazy is Senior Fellow of the Philos Project and Founding President of the Iraqi Christian Relief Council.

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Genocide

Daughter of Nineveh: Iowa Acknowledges Victims of Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocide

By Juliana Taimoorazy Friday, August 25, 2017

The 100-year journey for recognition of the Armenian, Assyrian and Greek Genocide has reached the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines.

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Senior Fellow Addresses Congress on the First Anniversary of the U.S. Genocide Declaration

By Juliana Taimoorazy Thursday, March 23, 2017

Juliana Taimoorazy’s remarks to the members of Congress on sustainable solutions for displaced Assyrians and other religious minorities.

Minority

Future of Iraq: What’s Next for Assyrians in a Post-ISIS Iraq?

By Juliana Taimoorazy Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Iraq’s threatened Assyrian Christian minority is looking past the eventual fall of Mosul to what is needed to truly rebuild.

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For Love of Homeland and Soul: 20th-Century Jewish Youth Movements Inspire Modern-Day Assyrian Youth Mired in Genocide

By Juliana Taimoorazy Friday, October 21, 2016

Young Assyrians devoted to rebuilding the nation of Assyria can look to early 20th-century Jewish youth movements for inspiration.

The Assyrian Soul

By Juliana Taimoorazy Tuesday, September 6, 2016

The United States’ foreign policy toward the Assyrian nation in Iraq has failed our community many times since 2003. Case in point: Archbishop Rahho.

‘Tell My Mother I Love Her’

By Juliana Taimoorazy Friday, December 11, 2015

The terror attacks that took place on Friday the 13th in Paris are eerily reminiscent of the 2010 massacre at Our Lady of Salvation in Baghdad, another horror inflicted by radical Islamists.

Can We Ever Trust Iran?

By Juliana Taimoorazy Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Earlier this month, the Obama Administration sat down at the table with Iran. Meanwhile, experts continue to see Iran as the No. 1 supporter of terrorism worldwide.

The Bridge of Faith from Charleston to Mosul

By Juliana Taimoorazy Monday, June 29, 2015

Our prayer is that the recent Charleston tragedy will help us understand the pain that believers in the Middle East and North Africa have suffered for centuries.

After So Many Years, a Glimmer of Hope For Assyrians

By Juliana Taimoorazy Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Justice Conference participants will gain a thorough knowledge of the plight of the Assyrian Christians, who stood with Christ even to the point of death.

1915 – 2015: A Centennial of Tears, Bloodshed and Deportation

By Juliana Taimoorazy Friday, April 3, 2015

April 15, 2015 marks the 100-year anniversary of the first genocide of the 20th century, an event that stamped a black mark on our world history.