By Abbey Mikha
I can remember way back since I was little I would ask my dad tons of various questions. Most of the time he would answer me right away but sometimes he would be tired and tell me that I ask him too many questions in one day. In the past week I started asking my dad more and more questions related to the Assyrian nation. I believe he has vast amount of knowledge and I enjoy his answers as he is wise and enthusiastic. I like adding his answers to my YouTube channel because I want to always be able to remember his words in the future. My dad is a true Assyrian. Even though his parents were both born in Alqosh and from the Chaldean church he discovered his true Assyrian identity by vast amount of reading, seeking the truth, and being open to the truth.
In the first video I recorded I asked my dad the question of, "Why do some of the Assyrians believe in the Roman doctrine of Christianity?" It was totally on the spot and I didn't even give him time to think. He said some profound things among them that there are many universes and that we have been forced to believe many lies by the Roman doctrine. He said we are Assyrians and we go back even to fifteen thousands of years ago. He also said there is no such thing as the chosen people and history has proven to us that our ancient cuneiform artefacts prove that our ancient knowledge was prior to Genesis and the Abrahamic religions. To view the video go to the following link:
The second question I asked my dad this week was, "Why do the occupiers of our Assyrian land throughout history name us Christians just like the Kurds are doing now?" He asked me, “Is it a coincidence that right after Rome joined Christianity they started calling our people heretic Nestorians?” He also said many more things among them that Chaldeans are Assyrians and that even Babylon was an Assyrian city. He mentioned Sargon of Akkad and said he also was Assyrian and that there is no such thing as an Akkadian nation. He said many more interesting things. To view the video go to the following link:
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Abbey is a writer and blogger interested in humanitarian issues. Abbey is striving to be a mental health consultant. She is writing her second book, "Not The End" and she hopes to speak to mental health communities all around the world using her story and experience with mental health to give hope to others struggling.
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