Author: Nerary Yousif

Nerary Yousif

Nerary Yousif is an Assyrian-American activist born and raised in Chicago, Ill. to Iraqi immigrants. Studying to earn a degree in history and Biblical archaeology. Nerary has worked closely within his community for many years. In 2009 and 2010, he was chosen to be sent to Iraq as part of a student organization, to help connect with Assyrian students in Iraq for educational, political and humanitarian purposes. He has been involved with politics and advocating for democracy and human rights in the Middle East.


Nineveh: The Assyrian Nation’s Last Stand

By Nerary Yousif Wednesday, August 9, 2017

It is more than evident that the Assyrian people need an answer, and that answer lies in the same plains that Jonah reached 2,800 years ago.


Assyria: The Missing Link to Peace in the Middle East

By Nerary Yousif Wednesday, March 1, 2017

I continue to look to Israel as a model for the Assyrian people, and I plead with my countrymen to reach out to the nation of Israel.


I Was Raised To Hate Israel. Now I Bless It.

By Nerary Yousif Thursday, December 8, 2016

This Assyrian Christian gives a firsthand account of learning as a student to research, read about and study what he had always been taught about Israel.