Irish Anti War Movement

press release from Tamils

Dear Editors and Journalist,

 

Reports that the Irish Forum for Peace in Sri Lanka receives from the so called ‘Safe Zone’ say around 25,000 civilians injured in the artillery attack of Sri Lanka Army are dead and dying now without receiving medical attention.

 

8 priests, 3 nuns and hundreds of children are reported to be in bunkers for days not being able to come out due to heavy bombardment by the SL military.

Torture photos

The Sydney Morning Herald released new pictures of torture in Abu Ghraib. Presumably they are among the photos, the release of which President Obama is now attempting to block.

The Madmen did well. By John Pilger

Obama is part of the problem. By Fatima Bhutto

Stench of dead bodies permeate Vanni

Saturday, 16 May 2009, 10:26 GMT]

wounded allowed to die without treatment

Burma Action Ireland - Outrageous and Unjust Charge to be Brought Against Aung San Suu Kyi by Burmese Generals

For Immediate Release:
 
Thursday 14th May 2009 
 
Outrageous and Unjust Charge to be Brought Against Aung San Suu Kyi by Burmese Generals
 
Burma Action Ireland calls for urgent international action and intervention to secure the release of Nobel Peace Laureate and Freeman of Dublin and Galway Aung San Suu Kyi who has been transferred to the notorious Insein Prison where she is being detained for an alleged breach of the terms of her house arrest.
 
Aung San Suu Kyi received an uninvited and unwelcome visit from an American intruder, John Yettaw, who swam across Inya Lake to her house on University Avenue last week. The intruder was uninvited and refused to leave. He was apprehended by the Burmese military as he swam back across the lake the following day.
 
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