Chaldeans /kælˈdiːən/ (ܟܠܕܝ̈ܐ) also known as Kaldaye and Kaldanaye, are an ethnic group whose origins lie in ancient Mesopotamia. They speak, read, and write distinct dialects of Eastern Aramaic Syriac language exclusive to Mesopotamia and its immediate surroundings. They are a recognized ethnicity according to article 125 in Iraqi constitution.

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  • Chaldo-Assyrer ist ein umstrittener Begriff für das christlich-assyrische/aramäische "Urvolk" des syro-mesopotamischen Raumes. Der Begriff Chaldo-Assyrer wurde nach dem Sturz Saddam Husseins 2003 in der Verfassung Iraks als Sammelbegriff für jene christlichen Minderheiten im Irak geschaffen, die entweder einen Dialekt des Aramäischen (Syrisch) sprechen oder deren Vorfahren einen solchen sprachen und deren heute lebende Nachkommen zum Teil sprachlich arabisiert wurden. Mit diesem vereinheitlichenden Namen verlangte dieses Volk nach dem Völkermord an den Assyrern und Aramäern auf der Friedenskonferenz in Paris von 1920 seine Rechte auf Selbstbestimmung in seinen Ursiedlungsgebieten. In der gegenwärtigen irakischen Verfassung sind die Chaldo-Assyrer als Minderheit mit ihrer Sprache anerkannt, doch ihre nationalen Rechte werden als Völkerschaft dadurch nicht gewährt. Sie verfügen im Irak über mehrere Parteien und in Europa und in den USA über mehrere Exil- und Kulturorganisationen. (de)
  • Los cristianos caldeos (también conocidos como asirios caldeos, caldeo-asirios, asiro-caldeos y, a veces, keldani; en Siríaco (arameo): ܟܠܕܝܐ, Kaldaye), adherentes de la Iglesia Católica Caldea, forman parte del pueblo asirio. Cuando se estableció la Iglesia Católica Caldea, su primer patriarca fue proclamado patriarca de "Mosul y Athur" (Nínive y Asiria) el 20 de febrero de 1553 por el Papa Julio III. (es)
  • Cristãos caldeus (neo-aramaico: ܟ ܲ ܠ ܕ ܵ ܝ ܹ ̈ ܐ Keldayeh), são populações de etnia assíria adeptos da Igreja Católica Caldéia, a maioria se converteu ao catolicismo da Igreja do Oriente, nos séculos XVII e XVIII . Além de sua terra natal, caldeu católicos migrantes possuem comunidades encontradas nos Estados Unidos, Suécia, Alemanha, França, Canadá e Austrália. Geograficamente, os caldeus são originários da Assíria central, nas planícies de Nínive, onde as ruínas das antigas capitais assíria de Nínive e Nimrud estão localizadas . Os Cristãos caldeus não devem ser confundidos com os cristãos de São Tomé da Índia (também chamada de Igreja Caldéia Síria), que por vezes são também conhecidos como "cristãos caldeus", mas são etnicamente Nasrani (falantes de malaiala). (pt)
  • Chaldeans /kælˈdiːən/ (ܟܠܕܝ̈ܐ) also known as Kaldaye and Kaldanaye, are an ethnic group whose origins lie in ancient Mesopotamia. They speak, read, and write distinct dialects of Eastern Aramaic Syriac language exclusive to Mesopotamia and its immediate surroundings. They are a recognized ethnicity according to article 125 in Iraqi constitution. Today their territories is part of several nations in the north of Iraq, part of southeast Turkey and northeast Syria. They are indigenous too, and have traditionally lived all over what is now Iraq, northeast Syria, northwest Iran, and southeastern Turkey. Most Chaldeans speak an Eastern Syriac Aramaic language whose subdivisions include Chaldean Neo-Aramaic. The Chaldeans are a Christian people, most of them following Chaldean Catholic Church, their origin nation in Iraq and Mesopotamia, but now most of them migrated to Western countries like the United States, Canada, Australia, Sweden, Germany and another countries. Also many of them live in Lebanon, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Iran, Turkey and Georgia. The reasons for migration are due to poor economic conditions during the Sanctions against Iraq, and then poor security conditions after 2003 invasion of Iraq, including the threat of ISIL. The displacement and threats forced them to leave cities such as Baghdad, Mosul and Kirkuk. (en)
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  • Los cristianos caldeos (también conocidos como asirios caldeos, caldeo-asirios, asiro-caldeos y, a veces, keldani; en Siríaco (arameo): ܟܠܕܝܐ, Kaldaye), adherentes de la Iglesia Católica Caldea, forman parte del pueblo asirio. Cuando se estableció la Iglesia Católica Caldea, su primer patriarca fue proclamado patriarca de "Mosul y Athur" (Nínive y Asiria) el 20 de febrero de 1553 por el Papa Julio III. (es)
  • Chaldo-Assyrer ist ein umstrittener Begriff für das christlich-assyrische/aramäische "Urvolk" des syro-mesopotamischen Raumes. Der Begriff Chaldo-Assyrer wurde nach dem Sturz Saddam Husseins 2003 in der Verfassung Iraks als Sammelbegriff für jene christlichen Minderheiten im Irak geschaffen, die entweder einen Dialekt des Aramäischen (Syrisch) sprechen oder deren Vorfahren einen solchen sprachen und deren heute lebende Nachkommen zum Teil sprachlich arabisiert wurden. (de)
  • Chaldeans /kælˈdiːən/ (ܟܠܕܝ̈ܐ) also known as Kaldaye and Kaldanaye, are an ethnic group whose origins lie in ancient Mesopotamia. They speak, read, and write distinct dialects of Eastern Aramaic Syriac language exclusive to Mesopotamia and its immediate surroundings. They are a recognized ethnicity according to article 125 in Iraqi constitution. (en)
  • Cristãos caldeus (neo-aramaico: ܟ ܲ ܠ ܕ ܵ ܝ ܹ ̈ ܐ Keldayeh), são populações de etnia assíria adeptos da Igreja Católica Caldéia, a maioria se converteu ao catolicismo da Igreja do Oriente, nos séculos XVII e XVIII . Além de sua terra natal, caldeu católicos migrantes possuem comunidades encontradas nos Estados Unidos, Suécia, Alemanha, França, Canadá e Austrália. Geograficamente, os caldeus são originários da Assíria central, nas planícies de Nínive, onde as ruínas das antigas capitais assíria de Nínive e Nimrud estão localizadas . (pt)
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  • Chaldo-Assyrer (de)
  • Cristianos caldeos (es)
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  • Cristãos caldeus (pt)
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