Thursday, September 27, 2007

protes kekejaman junta tentera

OPEN Invitation

We at the All Burma Democratic Force (ABDF), Malaysia is cordially inviting all the media representatives, peace loving people of the world regardless of race and religion and individuals to gain information and share the pains of Burmese people about their tragedy. The ruling military regime’s atrocities and crackdown on peaceful demonstrators are brutal behaviors and that is a threat to the regional and international security and peace. It is one of the worst military dictators of the world. It has been killing innocent civilians, including monks. Recently, it has intentionally increased prices of fuel and commodities that is leading to unexpected crises.

The ongoing tyranny of Burmese people is very pathetic and so, we request the all peace loving people of the world to extend your kind cooperation to the pro-democracy supporters and human rights defenders of Burma, focusing the issue through media circulation and all possible campaign.

Regarding this, the ABDF together with pro-democracy supporters and human rights defenders are staging a peaceful demonstration on the 28th of September 2007, staging a short march of 2 kilometers from Ampang Park to the regime’s Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. After that the dissidents will march to Chinese and Russian Embassies in Malaysia.

We hope that there are many Malaysian will join to support movements for urgent settlement in Burma and to condemn the brutal crackdown of the regime. Therefore, we expect your kind presence in the event.

Details of the Event:

Date: 28th September 2007

Time: 9:30 am

Place: Burmese Embassy and then March to Chinese and Russian Embassies in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

Central Executive Committee

All Burma Democratic Force (ABDF)


In case of further query, please feel free to contact at:

Mr. Thet Tun (Burmese) Tel: 017-337 4405

Mr. Mohammad Sadek (English) Tel: 0163094599

Mr. Aung Kyaw Moe (Bahasa Melayu) Tel: 012-2430774

Mr. Myat Thit Khine (Burmese) Tel: 016-3908949

Media Release

On behalf of all Burmese national regardless of race and religion, we at the All Burmese Democratic Force (ABDF), Malaysia, pro-democracy supporters, human rights defenders, religious activists, and peace loving people strongly condemn the regime’s brutal crackdown against peaceful demonstrators and urge upon the regime to urgently settle the crises in the country.

It is not digestible terrorism of the junta that is brutally implicating unlawful hostages on the innocent civilians. The regime’s determination of controlling power is deteriorating the situation of Burma day by day.

The regime has already imposed sever restrictions on the movement of civilian including monks and religious leaders and that has intentionally bringing starvation, while brutally and crucially killing peaceful demonstrators. The regime is also systematizing women, children, young generation and aged old people in serious ways, monks and religious leaders were severely beaten up with the buds of guns as non-sense who do not have religious belief and commonsense at all.

On 26 September 2007, the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) violently reacted to the thousands of Burmese citizens and members of the Buddhist clergy that have peacefully gathered for the ninth consecutive day to protest the military regime's oppressive rule. Riot police fired shots and beat monks and protesters, reportedly killing seven and injuring many others.

The harsh crackdown follows multiple arrests of NLD members and activists, including two elected members of parliament, over the past a few days.

The regime is intentionally neglecting the calls of international community and world leaders for economic and political reforms in Burma and to release all political prisoners including Daw Aung Sann Suu, the only imprisoned Nobel Laureate of the world. This regime has along history of violent reactions to peaceful demonstrations and involved in gross human rights abuses against its own nationals, particularly against the ethnic and religious minorities like Rohingya, Chin, Kachin, Karen, Shan, Mon, Pa-Oo, Palong, Muslims, Christians, Hindus and etc.

It is the time for the SPDC that must immediately cease all acts of violence against civilians. Further, it must engage in dialogue with Burma's political forces, including the National League for Democracy (NLD) and all ethnic groups in Burma; to alleviate economic hardship and introduce serious reforms, ensuring human rights, peace, justice and freedom for all regardless of race, religion, color and etc that only to negotiate a political settlement to address the problems besieging the country.

Otherwise, our legitimate and rightful struggle will remain non-stop that will continue against brutalities unless having a meaningful solution or despite SPDC’s reign of terror.

These kinds of fascist and brutal behaviors of the regime are well known to the world and this Burmese regime is recognized as the worst regime which is totally not accepted to anyone in anywhere. This SPDC is obviously involved in crime against humanity and that is a threat to the regional and international peace and security as it does not respect the human rights and violates the universal declaration of human rights and international human rights mechanisms.

Therefore, we urge upon urges the UN Security Council (UNSC) to convene an emergency meeting to examine the deteriorating political situation in Burma. China and Russia must warn Burmese regime that they would support full consideration of the situation there by the Security Council, as well as adoption of a Council’s Resolution.

We also call on the international community, particularly China, India, and ASEAN countries to increase pressure on the SPDC to immediately cease its violence against unarmed peaceful protesters and to commence political dialogue focused on genuine reforms. We believe that the region's muted response on Burma for the past few weeks has emboldened the regime to be violent.

All Burma Democratic Force (ABDF), Malaysia is an umbrella organization of different organizations of different races and religions.

The Statement is endorsed by the following organizations:

1. Democratic Federation of Burma (DFB), Malaysia Branch

2. National League for Democracy (NLD-LA) Malaysia Branch

3. National Democratic Party for Human Rights (NDPHR) exile, Malaysia Branch

4. Burma Youth Strive Organization (BYSO)

5. Rohingya Organization led by Mr. Zafar

6. Burma Refugee Organization (BRO) led by Dr. Myat Nu Khaing

7. Burmese Muslims’ Organization (BMO)

8. Christian Community Clinic Center

9. Chin Nationalities League for Solidarity (CNLS)

10. Rohingya Youth Development Forum

11. Arakan Rohingya Refugee Committee

12. Rohingya Ulama Council in Malaysia

13. Individual democracy dissidents and human rights activist and defenders


Your endorsement and necessary suggestions on the statement will be highly appreciated,

For Media Contact:

Mr. Thet Tun (Burmese) Tel: 017-337 4405

Mr. Mohammad Sadek (English) Tel: 0163094599

Mr. Aung Kyaw Moe (Bahasa Melayu) Tel: 012-2430774

Mr. Myat Thit Khine (Bumese) Tel: 016-3908949

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