Enuma Elish – A modern creation myth for courage and renewal

“When in the height heaven was not named; and the earth beneath did not yet bear a name…” [Akkadian: E-nu-ma e-liš la na-bu-ú šá-ma-mu, šap-liš am-ma-tum šu-ma la zak-rat…] With these words the first of seven tablets of Enuma Elish begins, the Assyrian-Babylonian Epos of Creation composed in Akkadian cuneiform script most likely during the Bronze age, to the time of King Hammurabi (1810 – 1750 BC). Weiterlesen

Erol Dora in Munich

Conference Highlighted Assyrian Human Rights Issues

Munich (AINA) — On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of signing an agreement between Germany and Turkey to recruit migrant workers from Turkey (German: Anwerbeabkommen), official celebrations were held across Germany. State representatives of Germany and Turkey met in Berlin, while celebrations were held in various cities in late October through November. Weiterlesen