Talk:Assyrians in Iraq

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Section Recognition of the Syriac language by the Ba'thist regime[edit]

Both statements in this section are literally copied from the two sources provided. I'm afraid this constitutes a copyright infringement. --Benne ['bɛnə] (talk) 13:21, 7 April 2007 (UTC)

Care to be a little more specific? — EliasAlucard (HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! · contribs) 14:51, 1 January 2008 (UTC)

Dispute?[edit]

There is nothing being disupted, claerly an anti-Assyrian has just placed the template and left it with no time to explain their poor argument. Nothing here is factually inaccurate until proven so.Tourskin 07:30, 1 August 2007 (UTC)

INCLUDE CHALDEANS!![edit]

Why do you guys have a tendency to put Assyrians and Syriacs but not Chaldeans. Chaldeans have the same legitimacy to be included as much as Syriacs are. Its either "Assyrians in Iraq" or "Assyrians/Chaldeans/Syriacs in Iraq" Malik Danno (talk) 02:51, 6 December 2008 (UTC)

The 3000 is a vastly inflated figure. Both British and Iraqi sources, (the official reports and the correspondences of Thomson and Stafford, settlement officers) the only sources available as primary research, put the figure in at 305 men, 6 children and 4 women dead. Something to consider. Even the Assyrian word of mouth reports that reached Baghdad communities only put it at 600. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 92.232.131.75 (talk) 18:50, 22 May 2011 (UTC)