The Untold Story of Native Iraqis

Chaldean Mesopotamians 5300 BC – Present

by: Amer Hanna-Fatuhi


BookA groundbreaking work that further explores the true identity of the indigenous people of Iraq, Chaldean-Mesopotamians is presented in the compelling book titled The Untold Story of Native Iraqis written by author Amer Hanna-Fatuhi.

Hanna-Fatuhi worked for two years and spent over a quarter of a century researching the history of the region.  This book perfectly illuminates the antiquity of Babylon and the indigenous people of the region next to other well known and obscure ethnic groups. It allows for a more profound awareness of the Iraqi people’s individuality as well as the country’s social and political dynamics.

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Representative Levin with book. Army members with book. Dr. Maloka with book. Ms. Konja and Father Gorgis with book. Lawrence Goriel  with book. Amer Hanna Fatuhi with Prof. Dr. Khazal Al Majidi Dr. Ricardos Yousif, PH.D Dr. Nazar Malakha Scholar Ablah Ephrim Sawa Activist Zina Rose Mrs. Sally Arrivee at the Madison Heights, MI public library Dr. Prof Robin Darling with colleagues Amer Hanna Fatuhi with Mrs. Dina Yousif Activist & Engineer Tom Alkatib Lawyer and Humanitarian Mrs. Nazek A. Gappy