Frederick Aprim was born in the ancient Assyrian city of Arrapha, modern Kirkuk, in northern Iraq. He is a graduate of Mosul University with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering. He left Iraq in 1980 and became a U.S. citizen in 1986. Fred’s family, like many Assyrian families, experienced its own share of oppression and persecution. While in Iraq, both his father and teenage brother were imprisoned unfairly and tortured.
In 2003, Fred published a booklet titled "Indigenous People in Distress". In 2004, his book "Assyrians: The Continuous Saga" followed. In 2006 his next book "Assyrians: From Bedr Khan to Saddam Hussein" was published.
Fred has a website where he publishes his work. Please visit https://www.fredaprim.com to read more. His articles are also posted on https://www.atour.com, http://www.zindamagazine.com , http://www.AINA.org , and http://www.nineveh.com . Fred has published many articles in magazines such as "Nineveh" and "Renyo Hiro".