And one group of Iraqis believe in Christianity and other group of Iraqis believe in Islam (Shia Islam or Sunni Islam).
Basically, We Iraqi Arabs and Iraqi Chaldeans share the same DNA and same Mesopotamian Iraqi ancestors as well as history and Semitic languages. While some speak a very old Iraqi Semitic language called Aramaic which comes from the same roots as Arabic language and Hebrew Language.
However, Zeinab, an 18 year-old Edsel Ford High School graduate, said the dissimilar treatment between males and females in the community is actually “sexism,” although her mother does not bar her from having a boyfriend.“When I met my boyfriend, I thought there’s no way my mother would approve of him because he’s Chaldean,” she said. But I told her after a few months, and she said she trusts me and she doesn’t mind.”However, Zeinab added that her mother still implemented limitations on her relationship.
They lose their focus on work and college.”“My friend had a scholarship to the University of Michigan.
He met a girl on his first semester and turned all his attention to her,” Hussein said.
the truth: Chaldeans don't give a fuck about anything except the important things in life: Family (friends are already considered family) and Prosperity.
Also to get married so they don't have to hear "whenna zowage whenna zowage" everyday we wake up.
This division between the followers of Nestorius in the East and the Roman Church lasted until 1445, when some Chaldeans were received into the Roman Church by Pope Eugenius IV.
They were permitted to retain their historic rituals and the Chaldean/Aramaic language for mass and other ceremonies.
Chaldean Americans are descendants of people from the northern Tigris-Euphrates Valley, presently located in the Middle Eastern nation of Iraq.
The majority of Chaldean Americans live in Detroit, Michigan, although there are also Chaldean Americans in Chicago, Illinois; El Cajon, San Jose, and Turlock, California; and Oaxaca, Mexico. According to statistical projections from previous data on the Chaldean American community, however, it is estimated that Chaldeans in the Detroit metropolitan area may number as many as 70,000 to 80,000; in California they are projected at 2,000 to 3,000 persons.
They also differ from other Iraqis in that their ancestral language is not Arabic but a dialect of Aramaic, also referred to as Chaldean, Assyrian, or Syriac.
As a result of their religious and linguistic differences from other Iraqi immigrants, Chaldeans tend not to identify themselves either with Iraq or the Arab world, but prefer being called Chaldean Americans.
“He was so excited that he started slacking off on his school work. It’s really bad.”Moe said he would allow his children, boys and girls, to date. “As long as they’re going out in public and not doing anything wrong.