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Dawronoye (Syriac: ܕܲܘܪܵܢܵܝܹܐ) is a secular, leftist, nationalist movement among the Assyrian people. Ideologically characterized by progressive ideas and including socialist elements, its founding roots can be traced to the late 1980s in the town of Midyat in Turkey. The modern manifestation of the movement is controversial among Assyrian organizations worldwide, particularly due to its ties to the militant Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD). The movement is also controversial for its alleged role in human rights abuses against Assyrians in Syria, often allegedly under the orders of the previously mentioned organizations.
In the late 1980s, a group of Assyrian youth gathered in Midyat to discuss the situation of Assyrians in Turkey after an increase of attacks directed at them. Assyrians were not recognized as a distinct ethnic group with their own language, and suffered from discrimination and oppression. The continued violence had led to a wave of migration of Assyrians towards Europe, leading a group of Assyrians to create an organization that had the main goal of preventing the exodus of Assyrians from the Assyrian homeland. This organization came to be known as “Tukoso Dawronoyo Mothonoyo d’Bethnahrin”, translated as the “Patriotic Revolutionary Organization of Bethnahrin”. The etymology behind “Dawronoye” shows that the word is understood to mean “revolutionaries” when in fact it turned out to mean “the modern”.