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The Untold Story

By Ramsay F.Dass, MD

The untold story of those whose ancestors were the cradle of civilization, they built the pyramids, the hanging garden of Babylon, the Tower of Nimrod and the civilizing of rules and regulations by Nabght Nossr by the early astrology, math and science.

The untold story of those who were the first believers in Jesus Christ and whose language Lord preached in, Aramaic; they never wavered from their believe while subjected to genocide bigotry hatred and loss of civic and civil rights.

Their Heritage

  • The untold story of those who continued their contribution in science and art at the countries of their birth and to the countries where they immigrated.
  • Their Aspirations

    • The untold story of those who refused to be disenfranchised.
    • The untold story of over thirty million people in the Middle East and over six million in USA and millions others in diaspora whose identity has been overshadowed by the political religious organizations in the Middle East and while ignored by the Western rulers.




Their Survival

July 23, 2014


Honorable Barack Obama

President of the United States

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington, D.C. 20500


Dear President Obama,


Historically, the United States of America covertly and overtly has been interfering and meddling in the political life of Iraq and its people, either by supporting or toppling governments, using the diversity of culture, heritage, and religion. In the 1960s, it assisted in toppling the national government headed by Abdel Karim Kassem. In the 1980s, it sided with the Iran/Iraq war. In the 1990s, it created a coalition to destroy Iraq and its infrastructure. In 2003, it toppled the government under the wrong pretense and sponsored multiple governments while destroying the complete infrastructure of Iraq and the Iraqi people.


President George W. Bush did not even know there were Shia and Sunnis in Iraq until two months to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Now, we find in the American media, as well as through politicians and media commentators, speaking loudly about the religious strife between the two sects of the predominantly Islamic religion, but to date, they cannot provide, either on a small scale or large scale, any event that has taken place for the past 1400 years between these two sects. Contrary to what has happened in such countries as India and Pakistan prior to partition or in Nigeria today, I challenge anybody to come forward with such an event. Yes, there was a massacre of the Armenians and Chaldean Christians in the past century. The question is, why are they talking about these divisions in faith? Until the emergence of Khoemeni's revolution in Iran, you would never hear or feel any strife between the Shia and Sunnis. As a matter of fact, they were taking part in every government, including the Ba'ath time.


So now, I believe the truth must be said and America cannot wash its hands of the debacle it has put the Iraqi people in, especially since 2003, which basically resulted in destroying the infrastructure in Iraq, its culture, its cohesion, and the primary community that has paid the highest penalty: the Iraqi Christians and other minorities who were forced to immigrate and emigrate after living peacefully for over 2,000 years. America is morally obligated to help Iraq and Iraqis. It cannot just wash its hands, as did Pontius Pilate, even though he knew that the man condemned to death was innocent, as is now the case with a new wave of forced emigrations and other atrocities.


The Iraqi people have always looked to America as standing for liberty, equality, humanity, and democracy. The Iraqis have tried very hard the path of democracy, and it is in its infancy. Presidents Bush and Obama have implied that America will stand by the Iraqi people to achieve democracy. Now is the time to act to protect them and achieve their goals.


Sincerely yours,

Dr. Ramsay F. Dass, MD

President, American Middle East Christians Congress or

Director, Iraqi-American Endowment Center

24601 Coolidge Highway

Oak Park, MI 48237

Office: (248) 546-9100

Cell: (248) 763-6006


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