“We want to encourage as much participation from the Jamaican Diaspora communities. Jamaica needs the support and investment of the Diaspora. It is not just giving back to Jamaica. There are real opportunities [that] exist in Jamaica, which members of the Diaspora can consider.”

The first settlement, a small Neolithic (New Stone Age) hamlet, was probably founded not later than the 7th millennium bce . Hassuna-Sāmarrāʾ and Tall Ḥalaf painted pottery of the subsequent Early Chalcolithic (Copper-Stone Age) phases, characteristic of the north, was succeeded by gray wares such as occur westward in the Jabal Sinjār. Farmers during the 4th millennium used clay sickles of a type found in the Ubaid period ( see Tall al-ʿUbayd ), and these imply contact with the south.

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