Many fleeing the chaos in Baghdad and Mossoul, to find temporary safety in the villages of their ancestors in the Nineveh plain, find there but only a few sources of revenue and a high unemployment rate. They are not able to eke out a living there, they cross the Iraqi border to Syria, Jordan and Turkey and are hoping for resettlement in countries such as the United States and Sweden. Each new attack reviewed the pattern of education and immigration to a pattern that will lead to the complete disappearance of the native population of Iraq as an essential element of the social structure of the nation. During their escape from the Iraq living the most refugees in cramped and makeshift homes in Damascus or Amman, and less in refugee camps. Although they have opportunities in health care and some forms of education, only a few have the right to a Workplace and must live by savings or black market transactions, where they constantly get into areas, which are held to be impossible or even damaging.
When looking closer at the historical conditions of the Assyrians before 2003, so this extensive evictions include after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, destruction immediately after the formation of the State of Iraq, discrimination in the revolution again Iran in the late 1970s and evictions at the Araberisierung of the northern Iraq under Saddam Hussein in the years after 1980. And against this historical backdrop is to describe how a people rooted for more than 5000 years in an area clings to sparse attempts, to revive the community and to promote attention and understanding for the plight of our nation. II. economic impact of the deplorable conditions of newly formed Assyrian settlements in the area and the unpredictable influx of families in the northern Iraq have an often-overlooked issue clearly made: the lack of development opportunities in an area that was once known to many as the breadbasket of Iraq.