I thank you for your sentiments as you appear to be sympathetic.
1. These articles are very one-sided due to their depictions no matter how much sympathy you have for this individual. This article reads like a Lewis Spence book, and these have long been declared highly ethnocentric towards Assyrians. The notion that framing these items in this sort of extreme fashion is objective is absurd.
2. Yes, it is quite extreme to ignore a group subject to at least a century of diaspora right now in favor of underlining what happened 2,600 years ago. I repeat: 2600 years ago.
Of course CURRENT atrocities should trump (so to speak) ones that are literally almost 3 ERAS old. Assyrians have approximately zero in this world, including ZERO land, and are subject to constant diaspora.
I ask you again, Dameon, what is the motive of regurgitating a 2600 year old story when the CURRENT reality is of constant, ongoing genocide and diaspora?
Who is our 'GOOD' group against which these people are being contrasted?
You must have a guess.