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The only podcast that takes you deep into the heart of Assyria and brings you back stronger!

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    • Documentary
    • 5.0 • 116 Ratings

The only podcast that takes you deep into the heart of Assyria and brings you back stronger!

    Dante Rosh

    Dante Rosh

    Episode 132 - Dante is a Life Coach who is passionate about helping people who feel stuck in their jobs, master their mindset so they can get clarity about their next career move and go after it.
    Her lifelong obsession with all things personal development and her own experience receiving coaching services and the life changing impact it had on her, lead her to create her own coaching business. Dante loves to help people learn new mindset tools and techniques to improve their work and personal lives.
    She has her B.A. in Sociology from UC Santa Barbara and her M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Fresno Pacific University. 
    Instagram: danterosh
    Website: www.dantenoelle.com 
    Support for this week’s episode of The Assyrian Podcast is brought to you by @TonyKalogerakos and the @InjuryLawyersofIllinois and New York.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Petrus Afrem-Barsom

    Petrus Afrem-Barsom

    Episode 131 - Petrus Afrem-Barsom is an Assyrian living in Duisburg (Germany). Professionally he works as a tax specialist and devotes his free time for the assyrian causes. Petrus is the chairman of the cultural association “Suryoye Ruhrgebiet” and one of the driving forces in the organization “Save Our Souls - 1915.de (SOS)”. In this episode you will not only hear about his volunteer journey, but also what led to the decision to form an activism group like “SOS”, that later also became an humanitarian aid organization, who caught the attention of many media outlets in Germany. You will also question yourself, how far you would go to bring awareness to your cause?
    Facebook: @1915.de
    Instagram: sos_1915
    Website: www.1915.de
    Support for this week’s episode of The Assyrian Podcast is brought to you by @TonyKalogerakos and the @InjuryLawyersofIllinois and New York.

    • 46 min
    Frank Gilbart

    Frank Gilbart

    Episode 130 - Frank Gilbart was born in Kirkuk, Iraq in the early 80s. From an early age, he realized the importance of language, civic engagement and the cultural arts scene. According to Frank, this mosaic led to a special bond amongst the Assyrian inhabitants of his hometown Kirkuk. 
    Frank’s life led him to study his true passion, directing, film and screenwriting. Completing studies both in Kirkuk, and continuing for another two years in Baghdad. 
    Fueled by a love for his nation and his childhood friend Nineb Yousif Toma, Frank began the rigorous process of filming and producing Journey of Eternity. Between gofundme, Assyrian organizations, a handful of amateur funding raising individuals, and organic donations, Frank was able to muster up roughly $300,000 to film and produce Journey of Eternity. This true story is about the three Assyrian heroes; Youbert Benyamin Shlimon, Youkhana Esho Jajo, and Yousip Toma Hermis, who were imprisoned and later hanged without a fair trial on February 3, 1985 by the Iraqi Baath regime.
    Support for this week’s episode of The Assyrian Podcast programming is brought to you by Tony Kalogerakos and the Injury Lawyers of Illinois and New York. If you know anyone that has been in a serious accident, please reach out to Tony Kalogerakos. Tony has been recognized as a Top 40 lawyer, and a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Publication and has obtained multiple multi-million-dollar awards. Tony can be reached at InjuryRights.com or 847-982-9516.

    • 1 hr 39 min
    George Rasho

    George Rasho

    Episode 129 – George Rasho 
    George Rasho, a current Australian, grew up in Chicago, and an early memory of watching the production of Home Alone 3 near his childhood home piqued his curiosity for the creative arts and filmmaking. In this episode we talked to George about Emmanuel, the feature film he’s producing, his involvement with his Church as a deacon, and how he thinks we can move the Assyrian nation forward when it comes to the arts. 
    Support for this week’s episode of The Assyrian Podcast is brought to you by Tony Kalogerakos and the Injury Lawyers of Illinois and New York. If you know anyone that has been in a serious accident, please reach out to Tony Kalogerakos. Tony has been recognised as a Top 40 lawyer, and a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Publication and has obtained multiple multi-million-dollar awards. Tony can be reached at InjuryRights.com or 847-982-9516.
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/grasho1 
    Emmanuel The Film: https://www.emmanuelthefilm.com/ 

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Leona "Rubi" Ruben

    Leona "Rubi" Ruben

    Episode 128 - Leona Ruben or "Rubi" is a twenty years old female assyrian rapper from Germany. She writes and produces her own rap songs and has gained thousands of followers on social media
    and more than two million views on her music videos. She recently released her newest single "Schachmatt,” which means "Checkmate,” where she not only performs in a music video but also created the vision behind it. In this episode you will hear more about Rubi's inspiration, thoughts as a female in a men-dominated rap world, and her connection to the Assyrian community. You can listen to her music on Spotify, Youtube, and Apple Music.
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LeonaRuben
    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0VlrorDSkEbLK1D6VvMgd2
    Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/rubi/447828145 
    Instagram: @dieserubi
    Support for this week’s episode of The Assyrian Podcast is brought to you by @tonykalogerakos and the @injurylawyersofillinois and New York. If you know anyone that has been in a serious accident, please reach out to Tony Kalogerakos. Tony has been recognized as a Top 40 lawyer, and a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Publication and has obtained multiple multi-million-dollar awards. Tony can be reached at InjuryRights.com or 847-982-9516. 

    • 40 min
    Robin Zirwanda

    Robin Zirwanda

    Episode 127– Robin Zirwanda is the founder and front-man of contemporary Assyrian dance-rock worldbeat band Azadoota. Robin was born in Iraq and migrated to Australia at a young age, performing as a percussionist for many notable artists, before forming Azadoota in 1996. This week, we chat about Robin’s history, why he loves music and also discuss the role of patriotism and why it is important to be Assyrian. 
    https://www.azadoota.com/
    Instagram: @azadoota
    Support for this week’s episode of The Assyrian Podcast is brought to you by Tony Kalogerakos and the Injury Lawyers of Illinois and New York. If you know anyone that has been in a serious accident, please reach out to Tony Kalogerakos. Tony has been recognised as a Top 40 lawyer, and a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Publication and has obtained multiple multi-million-dollar awards. Tony can be reached at InjuryRights.com or 847-982-9516.

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
116 Ratings

116 Ratings

NSCH3 ,

Great program...

I really enjoyed the episode with. Nora Betyousef Lacey. Is it possible to have back and do a follow-up episode with her.
Thank you

Pourkaldani ,

Fulfilling and a very powerful to hear Lincoln Malik talk about a strategic plan. Thank you

Your podcast has made me so proud to be an Assyrian. I’ve always had the pride but to see how open minded and productive our younger generation has become. Keep the great work. I throughly enjoyed the interview with Steve Netniss for his mindfulness. Thank you

Such an eye opening and refreshing episode. It’s made me more proud to be an Assyrian. Thank you

Thank you for having a variety of conversations. I’m interested I’m purchasing the game called Urbilum by Lanah Hadad. Can you please guid me in this?
Thank you much

annabelle2005 ,

Amazing!

It’s amazing as a young girl to have a podcast full of people who are just like you‼️

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