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Frederick A. Aprim
Email: fredaprim [ a t ] gmail.com
Website: www.fredaprim.com

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About: Frederick A. Aprim was born in the city of Kirkuk (the ancient Assyrian city of Arrapha), northern Iraq (Assyria).  He is a graduate of Mosul University with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering.  He left Iraq in September 1980 and became a U.S. citizen in 1986.  Fred's family, like many Assyrian families, experienced its own share of oppression and persecution. While in Iraq, both his father and teenage brother were imprisoned unfairly and tortured.

Indigenous People in Distress by Frederick A. AprimAssyrians: The Continuous SagaAssyrians: From Bedr Khan to Saddam Hussein by Frederick A. Aprim

In 2003, Fred published a booklet titled “Indigenous People in Distress.”

In December 2004, he published his second book “Assyrians: The Continuous Saga.”  A compilation of his previously published online articles including years of academic research made this a comprehensive and monumental book.  The book is an important reference book for Assyrians and researchers, focusing on the continued existence of the Assyrians.

Fred's third book on Assyrian genocide and the Assyrian national question, “Assyrians: From Bedr Khan to Saddam Hussein” (First Edition) was published in July 2006.

The Betrayal of the Powerless by Frederick A. AprimIn January 2007, Fred published the highly anticipated second edition of, “Assyrians: From Bedr Khan to Saddam Hussein.”  Updated with more references, printed in a clear, easy-to-view format and included additional maps and high-quality photographs.  The book is an important reference book for Assyrians and researchers, focusing on the tragic plight of the Assyrians in the Middle East.

In 2016, the second edition third printing of “Assyrians: From Bedr Khan to Saddam Hussein” was published.

In 2021, the fourth and newest book, "The Betrayal of the Powerless" was published.

Fred's many articles are posted on:
www.zindamagazine.com and other Assyrian websites.

Frederick Aprim currently resides in the San Francisco/San Jose Bay Area and is actively involved in the Assyrian communities, both in the Diaspora and in Beth-Nahren, Assyria.

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