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Consequently, a few Assyrians were killed, their villages were destroyed and set into fire...For the second time, in 1846, the Assyrians residing at the Thuma region have been massacred...." British writer William Eagleton said that "in 18, Bedirhan started a massacre and booting campaign against the Christian Assyrians (Nestorians) he was anxious about whose getting stronger and independent through becoming able to rule themselves.Assyria itself existed as an independent state (and often imperial power) in what is today northern Iraq, north eastern Syria, south eastern Turkey and the north western fringe of Iran from the 25th century BC to the beginning of the sixth century BC, and remained a geopolitical entity until the mid seventh century AD.The Assyrians were an integral part of the Akkadian Empire (2335–2154 BC) which united the Akkadian-speaking peoples under one rule, and after its dissolution Assyria rose to prominence with the Old Assyrian Empire (c.2025–1750 BC), Middle Assyrian Empire (1365–1020 BC) and Neo-Assyrian Empire (911-605 BC), the latter two of these empires made Assyria the most powerful nation in the world at the time.Beginning in August 1933 Iraqi soldiers and Kurdish militia killed thousands of Assyrias in Simele (Iraq).The massacre had a big influence on Raphael Lemkin, the jurist who coined the word "genocide.Beginning in the first half of the 19th century, the Turks allied with Kurdish tribes.After the Kurds weregranted an emirate in Syriac Cizre in 1842, the Kurds launched brutal assaults against Christians under the command of Kurdish emir Bedr Khan, who murdered thousands of Assyrians in the region of Tur Abdin and Hakkari.

Assyrians still formed the majority of the population in northern Iraq until the Middle Ages.

‎) are an ethnic and linguistic minority that are indigenous to Northern Mesopotamia.

Assyrians in Iraq are those Assyrians still residing in the country of Iraq, and those in the Assyrian diaspora who are of Iraqi-Assyrian heritage.

The Assyrians suffered a series of severe religiously motivated massacres under Muslim Turco-Mongol rule in the 13th and 14th centuries AD, greatly reducing their numbers, and causing the ancient city of Assur to be finally abandoned after 4000 years of occupation.

The new arrival of Muslim Kurds went along with persecutionss of Assyrians.

Assyrians still formed the majority of the population in northern Iraq until the Middle Ages.

‎) are an ethnic and linguistic minority that are indigenous to Northern Mesopotamia.

Assyrians in Iraq are those Assyrians still residing in the country of Iraq, and those in the Assyrian diaspora who are of Iraqi-Assyrian heritage.

The Assyrians suffered a series of severe religiously motivated massacres under Muslim Turco-Mongol rule in the 13th and 14th centuries AD, greatly reducing their numbers, and causing the ancient city of Assur to be finally abandoned after 4000 years of occupation.

The new arrival of Muslim Kurds went along with persecutionss of Assyrians.

According to Cambon, the Porte refused reforms and persisted in "maintaining a veritable regime of terror, arrests, assasinations and rape.".