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SAUDARAKU dan MASYARAKATKU PAPUA, kenapa kamu berantam, perang antar kampung, Jika saudaraku seperti ini Bangsaku Papua tidak akan maju dan MERDEKA, Saudara kita dari Luar Papua sedang ketawa-tawa, wasit, dan sedang bertepuk tangan melihat kita sedang perang, kalau mau perang jangan sesama bangsamu tapi lawanmu, saya bersedih, satu orang meninggal rugi seribu orang saudaraku, TUHAN TOLONG BUKA MATA & MELIHAT BANGSAKU SEDANG NANGIS DARAH ? APAKAH TUHAN KERJASAMA DENGAN ORANG LUAR PAPUA UNTUK MENGHANCURKAN PAPUA ? TUHAN PAPUA adalah KANAANNYA DUNIA ? Salah satu dari Tanah Perjanjian sekalipun Tanah Papua tidak tersiratkan dalam INJIL (ALKITAB) ? Tuhan tolong Bukakan Mata Orang Papua, jangan mengutuk orang Papua TUHAN ?
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Last Update: Saturday, September 10, 2005. 9:21pm (AEST)An Indonesian human rights court has acquitted two senior police officers accused of rights abuses in Papua Province five years ago.
The judges ruled a that senior commissioner was not guilty of allowing his subordinates to torture and kill civilians during a raid on student dormitories in December 2000.
The same court earlier cleared a local military commander of similar charges.
One of five judges who presided over the case gave a dissenting opinion.
He said he believed it was clear that the two defendants were guilty, either by commission or through omission.
Amnesty International has said the acquittals demonstrated the failure of Indonesia's justice system.
Sumber : http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200509/s1457604.htmLast Updated 11/09/2005, 09:14:44
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An Indonesian human rights court has acquitted two senior police officers accused of rights abuses in the easternmost province of Papua five years ago.
Judges ruled the Senior Commissioner not guilty of allowing his subordinates to torture and kill civilians during a raid on student dormitories at Abepura in December 2000.
The same court also cleared the then local commander of the paramilitary police, of similar charges.
One of five judges, Kabul Supriyadi, says he is the only dissenting opinions on the verdicts.
He says he believes the two defendants are guilty, either by commission or through omission.
Amnesty International says the acquittals demonstrate the failure of Indonesia's justice system.Sumber : http://www.abc.net.au/ra/news/stories/s1457585.htm
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Former President Abdurrahman Wahid along with hundreds of university students staged a demonstration outside the presidential palace here Friday to protest several government policies.
ANTARA reported they protested the government`s plan to raise fuel oil prices and the Helsinki agreement signed by the Indonesian government and the Free Aceh Movement (GAM).
Wahid or who is popularly called Gus Dur took part in the rally seated in a wheel-chair. He suffered s stroke at least two times in the past.
Speaking with reporters. Gus Dur said the protest was not aimed at anybody nor was it an opposition movement. What the demonstrators wanted was to express their rejection of the peace agreement signed by the government and GAM in Helsinki on Aug 15. Gus Dur said the peace pact would only pave the way for Aceh to become an independent state.
He also said if Aceh becomes an independent country six other provinces and areas, namely North Sulawesi, Minahasa, Maluku, North Maluku, East Kalimantan, and Papua would follow suit.
Police kept guard over the demonstration which was held in conjunction with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono`s 56th birthday.
Jakarta Police Chief Inspector Gen Firman Gani was also present to secure the protest.
Echie, a protestor who was also spokesman of University of Indonesias Students Action Front, said the government`s plan to raise fuel oil prices again would trigger a spiral in the prices of basic commodities which in the long run would worsen the people`s life.(*)
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