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Journal of the Assyrian Academic Society, n°1

Auteur : Francis Sarguis
Éditeur : Compte d'auteur Date & Lieu : 1995,
Préface : Pages : 6
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 170x255 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Ang. Sar. Jour. 3845Thème : Religion

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Journal of the Assyrian Academic Society, n°1

Journal of the Assyrian Academic Society, n°1

Francis Sarguis

Compte d'auteur

History is what is written. This deceptively simple proposition - and its inherent subtext - is seldom grasped by populations or movements functioning on the periphery. Applying this idea to the Kurdish experience, it is clear that unless the international community focuses on them, these millions of people (along with their problem) might as well be non-existent.

On the assurance of Andy Warhol, we are each to get our fifteen minutes of fame. Taken figuratively, one might say that the Kurds experienced their moment in the klieglights just four years ago. Unfortunately, it appears that little came of this rare opportunity. As for the Assyrians, one must wonder if circumstances will ever combine to put their plight front and center. If ever there was an occasion when their predicament should have captured world attention also, surely it was in 1991. Yet not ...

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