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Assyrians (also known as Chaldeans/Syriacs) have been in the forefront of innovation since inventing the wheel, irrigation, latitude and longitute and even baklawa! Pushing Assyrians into the 21st century, our goal is to education, preserve and promote our beautiful culture. We all have a smart phone and chances are we play with apps, so why not download an Assyrian ABCs app to help you learn Assyrian or open up an app called Assyrian to find local Assyrian owned businesses around your location? The apps are available for you, have fun with them!

  • The #1 Assyrian apps on iTunes and Google Play
  • Fun applications with an educational purpose
  • Constant updates added with new features
  • Made by Assyrians for Assyrians
  • Preserve the Assyrian language!

 

New features added to assyrian dictionary

January 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Auto complete is now in the English to Assyrian dictionary sargonsays.com  

The Significance of Assyrian-American Convention by Ninos Youkhana

June 28th, 2016|0 Comments

Ninos Youkhana published an intriguing LinkedIn post on the Assyrian struggle and how attendance "at the Assyrian Convention is a statement to our presence in American cities". Check out his article [...]

A Sailor went to Sea

May 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

Children's philanthropist and Assyrian author, Shameran Hanna, combines classic storytelling with modern illustration, creating an adventurous tale about courage, wisdom and the pursuit of happiness through gratitude. This book is dedicated [...]

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