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Chit Chat / What has been happening with Assyrianvoice?
« Last post by SonOfAssyria on February 10, 2018, 11:11:59 PM »
Looks like its back up now. Why was it down for so long?
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News & Current Events / Re: deleted
« Last post by SonOfAssyria on January 27, 2018, 11:16:15 PM »
Because you're a troll, simple as that.

He's probably not even Kurdish, he just wants to pretend he is to start drama
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News & Current Events / Re: deleted
« Last post by mrzurnaci on January 27, 2018, 08:57:06 PM »
Because I don't agree with what Assyrians are saying. In my opinion you guys are talking nonsense. But it's your site, you are free to think whatever you want. You can believe whatever you want. All I know for sure is that you are wrong on many points, and you are too much obsessed and it is causing a friction. I don't like to be pushy and I don't want to oppose your people. We can't change reality with our opinions. I don't want to oppose you guys. I was here in peace and nothing more, nothing less. There is nothing to look for here. This is not my place and I don't fit here among you. We are very different people. There is no point for me to stay here. It is your place and I wish you good luck!

Because you're a troll, simple as that.
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Serious Topics and Discussions / Re: Small army
« Last post by mrzurnaci on January 27, 2018, 11:50:20 AM »
This is an extremely unpopular opinion, but I don't think Assyrians should mass-migrate back to Iraq. Quality of life and education in the west is much better. Assyrians need to more educated, wealthy, and stable families in diaspora. If we mass-migrate back in the next decade we will essentially have nothing over there and be in a weak position
nah it's ok Kelba, It does make sense. Why would you trade in a 3000 Sq ft apartment with latest appliances and a 4K TV for a 1000 Sq ft apartment with early 2000s appliances and just less stuff in general? Homeland has to become almost as good as the West, problem is that WILL attract Meshulmane...
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News & Current Events / Re: deleted
« Last post by mrzurnaci on January 27, 2018, 11:47:50 AM »
Finally hes gone, he was very annoying and stubborn.
he's probably lurking the forums right now.
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News & Current Events / Re: deleted
« Last post by Nemrud on January 27, 2018, 08:43:52 AM »
Also, did Ezidi Kurd delete his account or get banned or something? :blink:

Finally hes gone, he was very annoying and stubborn.
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News & Current Events / Re: deleted
« Last post by SonOfAssyria on January 27, 2018, 05:16:39 AM »
Also, did Ezidi Kurd delete his account or get banned or something? :blink:
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News & Current Events / Re: The END of Turkey is near
« Last post by SonOfAssyria on January 27, 2018, 05:14:23 AM »
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Sumerians were not Semitic yes bub, but they were also not Indo-Europeans (like you Iranids). Lol. Try again.

Sumerians eventually mixed with Akkadians. So that makes us more Sumerian than you guys.

One thing people don't seem to understand is the term Semitic does not refer to a racial group (anymore) unless and only if it is in a biblical context. The term Semitic, as well as Hamitic and Japhetic is considered obsolete outside linguistics. Semitic refers to a language group. If you want to use the term Semitic as a racial group then it should only be done in a biblical context, since not everyone considers the Bible as 100% fact.

The Sumerians were definitely not a Semitic-speaking people. However, if you look at it from a biblical perspective, it is pretty likely that they are  Semitic, as in descendants of the biblical Shem, since they lived in Mesopotamia, which is in the Middle East, which is where the descendants of Shem live. Check out this map, its pretty cool:

https://i.pinimg.com/564x/3c/11/0d/3c110df42407fd728ca9fe1b052f072e--uk-history-noah.jpg

Personally, I believe that the Sumerians would have been very similar ethnically to the Akkadians and other Mesopotamians, as their own depictions of themselves are very similiar to how Assyrians depicted themselves in reliefs and statues. I've also read somewhere that there is no evidence which presents the Sumerians and Akkadians as two distinct people, other than their linguistic and cultural differences. I am not sure whether or not they were the exact people, but I believe they definitely looked very similar and were genetically similar, which is probably why the two cultures were so close, even to the point where they would borrow words from each other and integrate them into their respective languages. Linguists even refer to the Akkadian and Sumerian languages as a sprachbund, which is basically languages that have common features due to geography and language contact.
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