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Updates genocide in West Papua - A cry for UN peace keeping

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West Papua needs our Help!

 

The Office of Benny Wenda

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Dear Friend of West Papua,


I am writing to you with my heart full of sadness, urging you ask your
Government to act now to help my people! 

Today the Indonesian Military has launched a ferocious wave of attacks
against Papuan civilians in the highland town of Wamena. Eight people
are confirmed dead so far and 17 injured. Reports state that hundreds of
people have fled the town and are now hiding in the hills surrounding
it, as Indonesian military continue their offensive.

We urgently need UN peacekeepers to be sent. More than 500,000 civilians
have been slaughtered by the Indonesian Military since 1963, and I fear
the current massacre will be alike to the Santa Cruz massacre the
Indonesian Military committed in East Timor.

On behalf of my people I am asking YOU to raise your voice right now as
loud and clear as you can.
Please call your local and national media organisation. Contact your
local MP to urge support. Call the Indonesian Embassy in your country
and tell them to stop their military operations against a defenceless
people.

My people demand nothing more than the freedom to think, the freedom to
move, the freedom to act, and the freedom to choose their own destiny
without fear of killing, rape, torture, intimidation, murder or oppression.

Please hear my peoples cry at this most critical time.

Benny Wenda

West Papuan independence leader and chairman of the Koteka Tribal Assembly
http://www.bennywenda.org/

Added:  june 12 , 2012:

 

Dear friends,

 
We wrote to you recently with the tragic news of mass killings of West Papuans by the Indonesian security forces. Since then, at least five more people have been killed, and the chair of the West Papua National Committee has been arrested. We also have detailed and disturbing reports of arrests and torture of peaceful demonstrators calling for an end to the violence and re-iterating their demands for the right to self-determination. 
 
Friends, we need your help now more than ever. Please take a moment to sign this petition calling for an end to the military offensive taking place in West Papua. Some of the latest news and videos can be found at West Papua Media Alerts 
If you have a further five minutes we would encourage you to write to your MP asking for their support for an end to the violence and for them to join the International Parliamentarians for West Papua - a growing number of parliamentarians around the world supporting the right to self-determination. You can find details for your MP here and of the IPWP here

 Please respond to my people's cry...thank you.

 Benny Wenda

 West Papuan independence leader and chairman of the Koteka Tribal Assembly 

 http://www.bennywenda.org/

 www.freewestpapua.org

 AND: 

The International Red Cross must have full access to West Papua!

Please sign the petition and send this message to all your friends, collegues and relatives.

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/international-red-cross-access-to-west-papua/sign.html

With this link you find te signatures of the people who already put their name on the prtitionn

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/international-red-cross-access-to-west-papua/signatures.html 


Added: June 14th 2012

Dear friend of West Papua,

It is with a tear in my eye, that I inform you of the assassination earlier today of the leader of the West Papua National Committee, Mako Tabuni. He was shot dead by Indonesian police when they raided student homes in the Abepura district of Jayapura.

There is now indiscriminate shooting taking place on the streets of Jayapura, with residents fleeing in fear. On behalf of my people, I am urging the international community to wake up and help us. We URGENTLY need a UN peacekeeping force to be put in place and sent to the region. My people are danger in the hand of the Indonesian Military and Police.

I am calling on each and everyone of you to today take an action to help the silenced people living in fear in West Papua. Please try and contact your MP today and push your Government to ask for a UN peacekeeping force to be sent to West Papua.

What we are seeing is a systematic genocide against the indigenous people of West Papua. I condemn the Indonesian President, who is ultimately responsible for the actions of the military in West Papua.

Please help us and hear my peoples cry for help. All they want is to be able to live their life with a smile and five decades of being filled with tears.

Benny Wenda
West Papua Independence Leader in the United Kingdom
Contac: +447411053953: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



PLEASE SEND YOUR LETTERS TO: 

1. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono 
The President of Indonesia 
Jl. Veteran No. 16 
Jakarta Pusat 
INDONESIA 
Tel: +62 21 3863777, 3503088. 
Fax: +62 21 3442223 

2. Mr. Kemal Azis Stamboel 
The Chairman of the First Commission of House of Representative of Indonesia 
Gedung DPR RI Nusantara II, Lantai 1 
Jl. Jenderal Gatot Subroto 
Jakarta 10270 
INDONESIA 
Phone: +62 21 5715518 
Fax: +62 21 5715523 

3. Chairman of Third Commission of The House of Representative of Indonesia 
Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 6 Jakarta 
INDONESIA 
Tel:+62 21 5715569 
Fax: +62 21 5715566 

4. Mr. Erfi Triassunu 
Commander of Regional Military Command XVII Cendrawasih 
(Kemiliteran Daerah Papua / Kodam Papua) 
Jl. Polimak atas Jayapura Provinsi Papua 
INDONESIA 
Fax: +62 967 533763 

5. General of Police Timur Pradopo 
Chief of Indonesian National Police 
Markas Besar Kepolisian Indonesia 
Jl. Trunojoyo No. 3 
Kebayoran Baru 
South Jakarta 12110 
INDONESIA 
Tel: +62 21 3848537, 7260306, 7218010 
Fax: +62 21 7220669 
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

6. Head of Division of Profession and Security of Indonesian Police 
Markas Besar Kepolisian Indonesia 
Jl. Trunojoyo No. 3 
Kebayoran Baru 
South Jakarta 12110 
INDONESIA 
Tel: +62 21 3848537, 7260306, 7218010 
Fax: +62 21 7220669 
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

7. Chairman of the National Police Commission (Kompolnas) 
Jl. Tirtayasa VII No. 20 Komplek PTIK Jakarta Selatan 
INDONESIA 
Tel: +62 21 739 2352 
Fax: +62 21 739 2317 

8. Head of National Commission on Human Rights of Indonesia 
Jalan Latuharhary No.4-B, 
Jakarta 10310 
INDONESIA 
Tel: +62 21 392 5227-30 
Fax: +62 21 392 5227 
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

9. Ms. Harkristuti Harkrisnowo 
General Director of Human Rights 
Department of Law and Human Rights Republic of Indonesia 
Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav.6-7 Kuningan, Jakarta 12940 
INDONESIA 
Tel: +62 21 525 3006, 525 3889, 526 4280 
Fax: +62 21 525 3095 

10. Chief of Regional Police of Papua province 
Jl. Samratulangi No. 8 Jayapura 
INDONESIA 
Tel: + 62 0967 531014 
Fax: +62 0967 533763 

11. Chief of Jayapura city district police (POLRESTA) 
Jl. A. Yani No.11 
Jayapura 
INDONESIA

 

 

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