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By Hirmis Aboona

ISBN-10: 1604975830

ISBN-13: 9781604975833

Many students, within the U.S. and in other places, have decried the racism and "Orientalism" that characterizes a lot Western writing at the heart East. Such writings conflate diverse peoples and countries, and routine inside such peoples and countries, into unitary and malevolent hordes, uncivilized reservoirs of possibility, whereas ignoring or downplaying analogous developments in the direction of conformity or barbarism in different areas, together with the West. Assyrians specifically be afflicted by outdated testomony and dad tradition references to their barbarity and cruelty, which forget about or downplay massacres or torture via the Judeans, Greeks, and Romans who're celebrated by means of historical past as ancestors of the West. This paintings, via its wealthy depictions of tribal and spiritual variety inside of Mesopotamia, might help function a corrective to this tendency of up to date writing at the center East and the Assyrians particularly. moreover, Aboona's paintings additionally steps clear of the age-old oversimplified rubric of an "Arab Muslim" center East, and into the cultural mosaic that's extra consultant of the zone. during this publication, writer Hirmis Aboona offers compelling examine from various fundamental assets in English, Arabic, and Syriac at the old origins, sleek struggles, and targeted tradition of the Assyrian tribes residing in northern Mesopotamia, from the plains of Nineveh north and east to southeastern Anatolia and the Lake Urmia sector. between different findings, this booklet debunks the tendency of recent students to query the continuity of the Assyrian id to the fashionable day through confirming that the Assyrians of northern Mesopotamia instructed the various earliest English and American viewers to the sector that they descended from the traditional Assyrians and that their church buildings and id predated the Arab conquest. It info how the Assyrian tribes of the mountain dioceses of the "Nestorian" Church of the East maintained a stunning measure of independence till the Ottoman governor of Mosul approved Kurdish military to assault and subjugate or evict them. Assyrians, Kurds, and Ottomans is a piece that may be of significant curiosity and use to students of background, heart jap reviews, diplomacy, and anthropology.

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Cutts, Christians Vnder the Creseent, 178. For the Assyrian custorns in the viiiage, see 20. 10. Maclean and Brown, The Catholicos, 11-12. 11. Cardinal Eugime Tisserant, secretaire de la s. Congregation oriental, L 'Eglise nestorienne (Paris: Letouzey et Ane, 1931), Arabic translation Kholasa Tarikhiya /il Kanisa al Kildanyiya, by Suleiman Saigh (Mosul, 1939), 147. 12. Rich, Narrative, 1:277. 13. Southgate, Narrative ofa Visit, 158. 14. Ainsworth, Travels, 2:236. 15. O. 78/2698 Erzeroom, July 2, 1840, Brant to Palrnerston.

J3 Their church has endured as the Syrian Orthodox or Jacobite Church ever since. However, Justinian's council went beyond the decisions ofChalcedon when it passed the 'Three Chapters', which condemned the teachings of Theodore, Theodoret, and Ibas, all ofthem long since dead. 34 The theologians of the Church of the East could not accept this condemnation of Bar Soma's revered master, Ibas, and the earlier leaders of the same schooL. Accordingly in 585 the patriarch Ishuyahb held his own synod, which condemned the Three Chapters but passed a confession that was completely in accord with Leo's Tome and the decrees of Chalcedon.

44. Jenkins, Byzantium, 348-360. 45. Runciman, The Eastern Schism, 30; Jenkins, Byzantium, 355-356. 46. Runciman, The Eastern Schism, 44-50; Jenkins, Byzantium, 356-360. 68 The History of the Church of the East ASSYRIANS, KURDS, AND OTTOMANS 47. , History of the Crusades, 1:320-321. 48. Fortescue, The Lesser Eastern Churches, 115. 49. J. H. Kurtz, Church History, trans. Rev. John MacPherson, Foreign Biblical Library, ed. Rev. W. Robertson Nicoll (New York: Funk & Wagnails, 1889-1890),2:13; Runciman, History of the Crusades, 1:103-108.

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