Assyrian Monitor For Human Rights: 1300 Christian families displaced from the Syrian town of Hassake

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27/6/15 It's estimated that about 1300 Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac families have been displaced from the city of Hassake and arrived to the city of Qamishli. Most of them are being housed in churches, schools, and monasteries, some in homes of host families. A number of other families have fled to the town of Tel Tamer and Derbassiyeh (85 km ...

ISIS Release Two Assyrian Hostages in Syria – All 35 Assyrian Villages Liberated

Ramziyya Rehana, an Assyrian released by ISIS after 3 months of captivity, at a hospital in Hasaka, Syria.

27/5/15 Hasaka, Syria (AINA) -- ISIS released two female Assyrian hostages yesterday in Syria, in the Hasaka region. The women were among the 253 Assyrians captured when ISIS attacked the 35 Assyrian villages along the Khabur river on February 23. The two released women, both elderly, were Ramziyya Rehana (80) from Tel Jazira and Yoniyya Kanoon (70) ...

Saving Assyrian Tel Tamer

A church in a village in Al-Hasakah province, where more than 20,000 Christians still live.

http://www.dw.de - May 2015 Also Read - Syrian Assyrians, Kurds Join Forces Against ISIS In Tel Tamer, a town on the lush green banks of the Khabur River in northeastern Syria, a group of rebel fighters - Christians [Assyrians] and Kurds - are fighting to stave off an "IS" advance. © 2015 Assyrian International News Agency. Source:  

ISIL Militants Blow Up 10 Assyrian Homes in Northern Iraq

http://www.presstv.ir - 25/3/15 Members of the ISIL Takfiri militant group have blown up 10 houses belonging to Christian residents in Iraq's beleaguered northern province of Nineveh, as they continue to wreak havoc in the areas under their control. A security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that on Tuesday ISIL extremists stole property from the houses in ...