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This is the only fitting way to commemorate our martyrs.
Instead of weeping over the loss of their lives, we must become determined to preserve the very things for which they gave up their lives.
We are saddened and overcome with grief, bitterness, and despair at their sufferings.
This type of commemoration is one of passive mourning.
The legacy of our martyrs is a sacred obligation for each and every one of us, their children, to defend and protect our cultural national existence, even as they have done.
It is clear that some Assyrians do indeed live up to this obligation, while others do not.
Nothing an outsider can do will ever permanently harm us, but the attitude of indifference and neglect on the part of many of our own people to our culture and national life will surely be the cause of its extinction.
On this Assyrian Martyrs Day, and on every one to come, let us dedicate ourselves to the struggle of preserving our culture, our language, and our nationhood in unity and harmony with our fellow Assyrians. Let us honor their memory in this most suitable way by preserving the very ideas and values for which they died.
Killing, raping, and plundering can weaken these things, but they can never completely destroy them.
There is only one thing which can destroy our cultural and national existence, and that is the indifference of our own people.