Watch this video and listen to an ethnicity telling you about how its culture is being eradicated in its own homes and within its historical lands under Americas watch. It is amazing […]
The Near East Center for Strategic Engagement (NEC-SC) is an academic and operationalized policy studies/research institution and think tank that provides political-military analyses and assessments of Middle Eastern affairs for a diverse international cliental representing both government and private interests. Drawing on a wide range of professional experience and expertise, NEC-SC conducts intelligence briefings, prepares reports, and develops associated informational materials relevant to achieving individual client objectives. NEC-SC also sponsors educational programs and multimedia presentations aimed at promoting awareness and increasing knowledge among the general public of Middle Eastern peoples, nations, topics, and issues. Additionally, NEC-SC serves as the military advisory group for the Assyrian Army in Iraq (Dwekh Nawsha), working in collaboration with Assyrian military and civilian leaders and private military contractors to provide tactical, operational, and strategic planning, direction, training, and support for conducting combat and civil affairs operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. In tandem with its military mission.
As of today the self appointed civilian “power brokers” of the Assyrian community in Iraq have committed a new generation of Assyrian volunteers to three potentially disastrous military courses of action in […]
Read this article to understand why hashtags and even the strongest protest sign you can create are useless in defeating ISIS ideology. To help the Assyrians in Syria and Iraq you must […]
The cleansing by ISIS of Assyrian Christians from their 39 villages in Khabur River Valley in northern Syria is 90 percent complete, and the remaining inhabitants of those villages have fled through […]
“The seventh issue of the Islamic State’s Dabiq magazine is entitled From Hypocrisy to Apostasy. It begins with a declaration of war against Japan. Dabiq then boasts about the murder of the […]