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I'm probably using irony incorrect but I'm saying it's ironic how Western Neo-Aramaic seems more like Assyrian but the Arameanist Turoyo speakers claim they're Aramean.
Isn't that a good thing? Because I did say Western Neo-Aramaic sounds like our language the most. That makes Turoyo speakers the odd ones out in the Assyrian family.
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What irony?

I'm probably using irony incorrect but I'm saying it's ironic how Western Neo-Aramaic seems more like Assyrian but the Arameanist Turoyo speakers claim they're Aramean.
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which reminds me, Australia seems to be destroying the notion of marriage by making prenups void.
Come again?
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Chit Chat / Re: Its a me, a Berber! XD
« Last post by kulan-suryoye on Yesterday at 08:03:11 PM »
Bshayno b'shlomo
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Chit Chat / Re: Its a me, a Berber! XD
« Last post by Meshwesh on Yesterday at 02:35:38 PM »
WOW, that's quite a welcome.

Didn't expect anyone to reply, thanks a lot everyone! :)
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Not surprised. I'm pretty sure we have these in Australia too.

which reminds me, Australia seems to be destroying the notion of marriage by making prenups void.
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Western Neo-Aramaic sounds a lot like our ANA dialect. Even Turoyo doesn't come as close.

oh the irony lol.
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Serious Topics and Discussions / Re: Modern Assyrians: Fact or Fraud
« Last post by SonOfAssyria on Yesterday at 03:39:54 AM »
If we as Assyrians truly wish to be united, we must learn how to actually accomplish this. I have realized we can rarely ever beat the "Chaldeans" and "Arameans" in a debate AND get them to start calling themselves Assyrian just by throwing facts at them. Like Zurnaci said, they have that stubborn Middle-Eastern mindset. We must find new ways to break through this stubborn mindset and get them to see reality and educate them out of their brainwashing, and I believe this unity needs to happen in around 5 years, max 10 years, if we have any chance of having our homeland back...
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Not surprised. I'm pretty sure we have these in Australia too.
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