The sad reality for Assyrians in Iraq is that they are not receiving direct funding or support from the U.S. in their struggle for survival. Making matters worse, the the U.S. has limited Christian immigration from the Middle East just as it did with Jewish immigration prior to WWII.
According to CNSNews.com, “the federal government has admitted 916 Syrian refugees into the United States since the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL) attacked Paris last November, and of that number four (0.4 percent) are Christians.
Given these circumstances, it is seems obvious that Assyrians in Iraq need to achieve statehood in their historical homeland in the Assyria Nineveh Plain. Otherwise, they won’t survive; otherwise, Christianity in the Middle East will be eradited.