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1991 Newspaper articles

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  • Indonesia urges Iraq to pull out of Kuwait (31.01.1991) International Herald Tribune
  • Quiet conquests (24.02.1991) Chicago Tribune | 2 pp.
  • Realism and Evil (06.12.1991) The New York Times
  • From Tiananmen to Timor (03.01.1991) The Economist
  • Indonesia is still oppressing East Timor (22.01.1991) The New York Times
  • Msgr. da Costa Lopes, East Timor Cleric, 72 [obituaries] (05.03.1991) The New York Times
  • Dom Martinho da Costa Lopes, Bishop of East Timor (05.03.1991) The Washington Post
  • Secret killing of a nation (07.04.1991) The Observer
  • Horrid silence over East Timor (19.11.1991) The Washington Post
  • Dead in East Timor (20.11.1991) The Washington Post
  • Tears in East Timor (21.11.1991) The New York Times
  • Indonesia’s ‘Tiananmen’ (09.12.1991) The Washington Post
  • Dead in East Timor (20.11.1991) The Washington Post
  • The Far East (18.10.1991) BBC Summary of World Broadcasts
  • Clinton shift on East Timor sends ripples around Asia (03.03.1993) The Guardian
  • East Timor has oil by Noam Chomsky (27.12.1991) National Catholic Reporter
  • Making an Issue of East Timor by Arnold Kohen (10.02.1992) The Nation | 3 pp.

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1993 Newspaper articles

This item includes:

● E Timor trial 'staged’ (02.02.1993) The Independent (London)
● Time to end an atrocity (20.02.1993) The Boston Globe
● Four House select committees face extinction (03/1993) The Washington Post
● If selects eliminated, House committees won’t have to cut (04.03.1993) Roll Call
● For the Record (04.03.1993) The Washington Post
● U.N criticizes Indonesia about East Timor (14.03.1993) The New York Times
● Timor’s untelevised terror (14.03.1993) The Washington Post | 3 pp.
● House G.O.P wins bid to trim staff (17.03.1993) The New York Times
● Superimposing frills on a provocative career (17.03.1993) The New York Times
● New torture charged against Indonesia (31.03.1993) The New York Times
● U.N. envoy going to Timor to assess role of Indonesia (01.04.1993) The New York Times
● Clinton shift on East Timor sends ripples around Asia (03.04.1993) The Guardian
● Indonesia troops seize rebel leader in Timor (06.04.1993) International Herald Tribune
● Famine on Capitol Hill (11.04.1993) Boston Sunday Globe
● Injustice in East Timor (18.04.1993) The Washington Post
● Fear still reigns on Indonesian Island (21.04.1993) The New York Times | 2 pp.
● Rough Puffs (22.04.1993) Far Eastern Economic Review
● A voice, often silenced, tells of East Timor’s fear (24.04.1993) The New York Times
● Velvet fist: Jakarta opts for subtlety in its efforts to subdue Timor (29.04.1993) Far
Eastern Economic Review | 2 pp.
● Death and the peacemaker (30.04.1993) The Guardian
● Indonesia’s silenced accuser (29.05.1993) The New York Times
● British jets ‘may be used on Timor rebels’ (11.06.1993) The Independent
● Hawk deal provokes human rights row (11.06.1993) The Guardian
● BAe wins 500m order from Indonesia (11.06.1993) Financial Times
● Overrunning human rights (15.06.1993) The Washington Post | 2 pp.
● Indonesia and Human Rights (09.07.1993) The Washington Post
● East Timor’s chance for peace (20.09.1993) Viewpoint
● Indonesia: Official response to Swedish MPs’ comments on East Timor: Bishop of Dili
Speaks (27.09.1993) BBC Summary of World Broadcasts
● A mortgage of conscience come due (18.10.1993) Our Sunday Visitor | 2 pp.
● A different message to Jakarta (01.11.1993) The New York Times
● Indonesia Military allowed to obtain training in U.S. (08.12.1993) The New York Times
● Closed eyes on East Timor (1993)
● Muffled voices: As Suharto tumbled, East Timor experienced a frisson of free speech -
tempered by the fear of return to the usual pogrom (July/August 1998) Index on
Censorship | 5 pp.
● East Timorese want their conquerors out (07.03.1993) The New York Times
● A leading Asian colonialist (05.12.1992) The Washington Post
● The cemetery called East Timor (25.09.1992) The New York Times
● Realism and Evil (06.12.1991) The New York Times
● Torture worsens in Timor: bishop (13.02.1993) The Age (Melbourne)
● Dili Bishop speaks of arrest and torture of Xanana Supporters (13.02.1993) BBC
Summary of World Broadcasts
● Time to end an atrocity (20.02.1993) The Boston Globe
● Rough Puffs (22.04.1993) Far Eastern Economic Review
● A voice, often silenced, tells of East Timor’s fear (24.04.1993) The New York Times
● Indonesia’s silenced accuser (29.05.1993) The New York Times
● Indonesia and Human Rights (09.07.1993) The Washington Post
● Successes marred by a failure (13.07.1993) Herald International Tribune
● United States: Timor Concern (16.07.1993) Far Eastern Economic Review
● East Timor bishop in U.S. to plead for human rights (27.07.1993) Catholic Voice
● Official response to Swedish MPs’ comments on East Timor; Bishop of Dili Speaks
(27.09.1993) BBC Summary of World Broadcasts
● A different message to Jakarta (01.11.1993) The New York Times
● A figure of courage in the midst of East Timor’s agony (17.11.1993) The Age
(Melbourne)
● Arena Magazine: Imagining ‘east timor’ by Benedict Anderson | 6 pp.

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1994 Newspaper articles

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  • Atrocities in East Timor have been forgotten (25.01.1994) Asbury Park Press
  • Congressional Record - March 2nd, 1994
  • East Timor’s past won’t stay buried (23.04.1994) The Economist | 2 pp.
  • Ending the agony of East Timor (11.05.1994) The Boston Globe
  • Timorous on Timor (24.05.1994) The New York Times
  • Australia doesn’t wink at East Timor abuses (08.06.1994) The New York Times
  • Cartoon from The Guardian (07.06.1994)
  • Human Rights Retreat (07.07.1994) The Washington Post
  • Gentle about genocide (11.07.1994) The Boston Globe
  • Press Freedom, Indonesian Style (13.08.1994) The New York Times
  • A Clinton mission in Jakarta (12.11.1994) The Boston Globe
  • End Indonesia’s Imperialist rule (13.11.1994) The New York Times
  • A word for Justice at Indonesia’s Trade Summit (13.11.1994) Los Angeles Times
  • Atrocities are bad for business (13.11.1994) The Washington Post
  • Photo in the Herald International Tribune (14.11.1994)
  • East Timor protests embarrass Indonesia (14.11.1994) Financial Times
  • Indonesia’s embarrassment (15.11.1994) The New York Times
  • Indonesia’s pebble (17.11.1994) The Wall Street Journal
  • Roman Catholic Bishop denounces repression in East Timor (22.11.1994) The New York Times
  • Rights and wrongs in Indonesia (25.11.1994) The Boston Globe
  • Timorese worry world will now forget (28.11.1994) The New York Times

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1995 News Articles

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  • Q & A: East Timor’s Peace Proposals (20.02.1995) Herald International Tribune
  • Concern Expressed over East Timor Deaths (22.02.1995) Osseratore Romano
  • Pope John Paul II: The Biography by Tad Szulc (1995) | 2 pp.
  • Compromising human rights (08.04.1995) The Boston Globe
  • Persistent Thorn in the Flesh (29.03.1995) The Financial Times | 2 pp.
  • Buried alive: East Timor’s Tragic Oppression (10.12.1995) Boston Sunday Globe

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1995 Various documents

Contains various documents such as letters, emails, faxes and press releases that were written or published in 1995.

This item includes:

  • Fax to His Eminence Cardinal Jean Marie Lustiger, Archbishop of Paris from Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, Diocese of Dili (04.07.1995)
  • “Visit of Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo to Ireland” 30th June - 4th July 1995 | 2 pp.
  • Fax to Sergio Regazzoni from Arnold Kohen (02.07.1995)
  • Handwritten letter to Mgr. Delaurta, Head of Justice and Peace Commission from Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo (02.07.1995)
  • Invitation from Arnold Kohen and Korinna Horta to an informal reception for Msgr. Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, S.D.B., Bishop of East Timor, where he will discuss current educational efforts in East Timor on Friday, June 9, 1995
  • “Notes on a visit to East Timor, September 1995” (18.09.1995) | 3 pp.
  • “Further report on September 1995 visit” - Public Health Situation of East Timorese People | 4 pp.
  • 1995 contacts - Bishop Belo visit with Arnold Kohen | 3 pp.
  • The Belo Visit: A Summary (06-07/1995)
  • List of meeting with Bishop Belo (06/1995) | 4 pp.
  • Trip Report The Belo Visit: A Summary | 8 pp.
  • Letter to Mr. President from Alfonse M. D’Amato, Connie Mack, Frank H. Murkowski, John H. Chafee, Craig Thomas, Patrick J. Leahy, Frank Lautenberg, Claiborne Pell and Russell D. Feingold, U.S Senators (15.02.1995) | 2 pp.
  • USCC International Justice & Peace: East Timor Update (02/1995) | 2 pp.
  • Letter to Ms. Mia Adjali, Women’s Division, United Methodist Church from Lauranne Jones Pazhoor, Assistant to the President
  • Letter his Eminence Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger, Archbishop of Paris from Arnold Kohen (1995) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Ms. Fran Carpenter, Parade from Arnold Kohen (30.08.1995)
  • Proposal for Funding: A Documentary on the Church in East Timor and The Life and Work of Bishop Belo (1995) | 4 pp.
  • Letter to a Senator from Rev. Drew Christiansen, Director, USCC Office of International Justice and Peace (30.06.1995)
  • Telefax to Bishop Belo from Gloria Ross-Wendelboe, Caritas Norway (22.06.1995) Subj.: Bishop Belo’s visit to Norway | 2 pp.
  • Letter to Det Norske Shortings Nobelkomite (Nobel Committee of the Norwegian Parliament) from Tony P. Hall, Member of Congress | 3 pp.
  • Fax to Trocaire (Catholic Agency, Ireland-Dublin) from Arnold Kohen (1995) | 4 pp.
  • Press Release: Secretary-General holds sixth round of talks on East Timor in Geneva with Foreign Ministers of Indonesia and Portugal (10.07.1995) | 2 pp.
  • USCC: International Justice & Peace: East Timor Update (02/1995) | 2 pp.

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East Timor: A People Shattered by Lies and Silence

East Timor: A People Shattered by Lies and Silence
by A. Barbedo de Magalhães, Professor of the University of Oporto, Portugal and Coordinator of the Symposia on Timor of Oporto University

Contents:

  1. At the East Timor scale, it's a veritable holocaust, with more than 40% of the whole people eliminated during the first six years of the occupation.
  2. An annexation in the name of regional stability and defence of the Free World, in a moment of panic motivated by the Soviet expansionism
  3. The oil and other economic interests and even religious factors also influenced the process.
  4. Twenty years later, instead of working in order to put an end to the dramatic consequences of their errors many politicians try to keep them under the shadow of lies.
  5. In reality, East Timor was occupied by the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, The Vatican, Japan and other powers, through Indonesia. Indonesia was not much more than executor of a policy that interested the West.
  6. Portugal initiated a process of decolonization that supposed a consultation of the Timorese people, but Indonesia succeeded in interrupting it.
  7. The relative abandon of Portugal and the comparison with the position of Spain towards Western Sahara.
  8. Facing all interest and forces involved, the actors in the field - both Timorese and Portuguese - were not much more than mere figurines
  9. It was based in lies that Indonesia created the instability and prepared the invasion.
  10. In order to make sure that those lies would not be exposed, the Indonesian regime did not hesitate to murder all the journalist present in the territory, and the government of the western powers silenced those crimes.
  11. In order to assure a complete silence, also the international humanitarian agencies were forbidden to enter in the territory.
  12. With the help of the Australian Government who captured the only retransmission radio that, from the Northern Territory, communicated with the Timorese Resistance, the information black out was almost complete during thirteen long years.
  13. With no information on the Media, governments of the occupying powers and theirs representatives could lie freely.
  14. With the public opinion asleep, even the Media lost interest in the question: East Timor, no one even knows where that is... East Timor does not sell... East Timor is not news...
  15. The courage and the intelligence of some newsmen prevented the Santa Cruz massacre to be another ignored and forgotten massacre.
  16. To report what goes on in East Timor and to demand responsibilities to the governments for the murder of journalists, the sales of arms and the political coverage they give to the occupying power are some of the ways to defend not only the Timorese but also Freedom itself and the international law.

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East Timor Human Rights Concerns

International organizations department East Timor Division of Human Rights and Education

East Timor Human Rights Concerns

Working Paper submitted to the United Nations Economic and Social Council
Commission on Human Rights
1 February - 12 March 1993

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Online Publications 1

This item includes online news publications written in 1998.

It includes:

  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “East Timor’s spiritual leader has rejected an offer to meet with Indonesian President B.J. Habibie, citing differences over government policy in the former Portuguese Colony.” (26.12.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Jailed Timorese guerrilla leader Xanana Gusmao was wuoted as saying on Wednesday that East Timor was not ready for independence and needed a 10-year transition period before achieving self-determination.” (16.12.1998)
  • Reuters (Sydney): “Nobel peace laureate Jose Ramos Horta says former Indonesian President Suharto should be arrested for crimes against humanity, just as former Chilean President Augusto Pinochet had been arrested in London.” (15.12.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Dili): “Timor bishop calls for cut in Indonesian military” by Tommy Ardiansyah (15.10.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Washington Post: “NSC gave warnings about Asian Donors” (15.02.1998) | 6 pp.
  • Insight (Jakarta): “Indonesian military ends hunt for East Timorese rebels” (21.11.1998)
  • Reuters (Canberra): “The governor of East Timor at the time of the 1991 Dili massacre says there were dozens more people executed and buried in the month after the Santa Cruz cemetery killings,” (18.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Sydney): “Human rights groupe Amnesty International called on Indonesian President B.J. Habibie on Wednesday to ‘break the cycle of violence’ now gripping Jakarta and other parts of Indonesia.” (18.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (London): “Brits Order Pinochet Court Presence” by Maureen Johnson (18.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Lisbon): “The attorney general’s office said Tuesday that it is examining a Portuguese lawmaker’s request to seek the extradition of former President Suharto” (17.11.1998)
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesian Students Protest Again” by Christopher Torchia (19.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Lisbon’s mayor Joao Soares met Timorese rebel leader Xanana Gusmao in a Jakarta jail on Thursday and said he had pressed the Indonesian government for his unconditional release.” (19.11.1998)
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesian Lawmakers on Friday chided a Portuguese effort to extradite former President Suharto, describing the proposal as impossible and unreasonable.” (20.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters: “Nobel concert prize is going to Fox Family.” (20.11.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Lisbon): “Portugal and Indonesia are mulling a new proposal to settle their dispute over East Timor and talks between the two are at a crucial stage” (11.10.1998)
  • Reuters (Johannesburg): "S.Africa truth probe to highlight ANC crimes” by Alister Bull (26.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Agence France-Presse (East Timor): “East Timorese to observe Dili massacre with prayers” (10.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Agence France-Presse: “What Belo has just missed” (12.11.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesia Chief stands by Army Boss” by Christopher Torchia (15.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesia questions dissidents” by Christopher Torchia (16.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “Pertamina signs oil deals for $3.4-bln investments” (16.11.1998)
  • Reuters (Denver): “Tutu calls for Central American debt relief” by Judith Crosson (14.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Oslo): “No Hints from Nobel Peace Committee” by Doug Mellgren (15.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Oslo): “Nobel peace committee calms N. Irish win rumours” by Alister Doyle (09.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Stockholm): “Not that there’s ever a bad time to get a Nobel Prize, but this year isn’t the greatest- at least in terms of money.” (09.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Madrid): “Nobel winner Saramago criticizes Vatican” by Isabel Garcia-Zarza (09.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Nobel prize win banishes Portugal crisis” by Richard Waddington (09.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Mexico City): “Interview- Mexico’s Fuentes hails Saramago Nobel prize” (08.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Lisbon): “After years of waiting, Portugal went into a fit of self-congratulation Thursday when writer Jose Saramago was awarded the 1998 Nobel Literature Prize.” (08.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “Nobel Literature laureate Saramago found fame late” by Richard Waddington (08.10.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “East Timor leader says Suharto’s days are numbered” by Richard Waddington (14.05.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Kyodo (Dili): “Roman Catholic Bishop Carlos Felipe Ximenes Bel said Sunday he intends to accept Indonesian President B.J. Habibie’s proposal of granting 'special status’ to East Timor like that given to provinces of Yogyakarta, Aceh and Jakarta” (14.06.1998) | 2 pp.
  • “Clinton Rights Message Undermined” by Sid Balman Jr. (16.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Dili): “Timor students suspend anti-Indonesia demos” by Lewa Pardomuan (15.06.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Jakarta): “Indonesia Leader Predicts Recovery” by Geoff Spencer (13.06.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Dili): “On Sundays, East Timorese forget politics” by Lewa Pardomuan (14.06.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Reuters (Lisbon): “French President Jacques Chirac has written to new Indonesian President Jusuf Habibie to press for the release of East Timorese Political Prisoners” (09.06.1998)
  • Reuters (Jakarta): “South African Foreign Minister Alfred Nzo on Tuesday met with jailed East Timorese rebel leader Xanana Gusmao, who is serving a 20-year sentence in Jakarta prison” (14.04.1998) | 2 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Dili): “At least 11 separatist rebels were killed by Indonesian troops in recent days following a series of clashes in the disputed territory of East Timor.” (22.11.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Dili): “Hundreds of East Timorese stormed the airport in the capital Dili on Sunday and occupied the runway for about an hour, forcing U.N. Special envoy Jamsheed Marker to change his travel plans.” (20.12.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Agence France Presse (Jakarta): “A Nobel peace laureate in East Timor has urged the Indonesian military not to conceal troop movements in and out of the troubled territory” (21.09.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Agence France Presse (Jakarta): “East Timor can use Indonesia’s offer of autonomy to the former Portuguese colony to create a ‘climate of tolerance’ to prepare for self-determination” (20.09.1998) | 3 pp.
  • The Associated Press (Dili): “About 15, 000 East Timorese staged a second consecutive day of protest today and demanded the provincial governor quit over a threat to fire government employees who support an independence referendum for the troubled territory.” (12.10.1998) | 2 pp.
  • Reuters (Dili): “Timor bishop calls for cut in Indonesian military” by Tommy Ardiansyah (15.10.1998) | 3 pp.
  • Agence France Presse (Dili): “ Roman Catholic Bishop Basilio de Nascimento of the Baucau diocese in East Timor Wednesday called for political topics to be included for the first time in UN-sponsored intra-Timorese talks.” (28.10.1998) | 2 pp.

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Online Publications 2

Online publications that were published in 1999.

The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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Paramilitary Violence in East Timor

Paramilitary Violence in East Timor.

  • Testimony from a briefing by the House Human Rights and Progressive Caucuses and a hearing of the Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights of the International Committee

Includes testimonies by:

  • Francisco de Jesus da Costa, massacre survivor
  • Vicente Soares Faria, East Timorese Intellectual Forum
  • Manuel Dos Mártires
  • Aryati, Indonesian human rights activist
  • Arnold Kohen, The Humanitarian Project

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Ten Days in East Timor

Ten Days in East timor and the case for talks
by David Scott, AO
"Poland, Baltic States, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, the States of the Soviet Union, Namibia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Western Sahara, South Africa, the Middle East, now Northern Ireland, Sri Lanka and Bougainville -- East Timor... if not now, when?"

East Timor Talks Campaign

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The East Timor issue

The East Timor Issue Since the Capture of Xanana Gusmao
by Herb Feith

East Timor Talks Campaign
December 1993

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The Secret Sacrifice of East Timor

Christianity & Crisis, Vol. 53, No. 1, February 1, 1993

"The Secret Sacrifice of East Timor" by Matthew Jardine

  • Invasion and Independence
  • Massacre at the Motael

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Various documents

Contains various documents such as letters, emails and press releases that were written or published in 1994.
The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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Various documents

Contains various documents such as letters, memorandums, fax messages and press releases that were written or published in 1991. This item contains:

  • Fax message for Michel Veuthey from Arnold Kohen (09.12.1991)
  • Draft of “Statement on the Killings in East Timor” corrections made by Arnold Kohen to
    Jen Wallop (13.11.1991)
  • Dear Colleague letter by Tony Hall attached with a newspaper article (up to 60 killed in
    East Timor, 11/91, The Washington Post) and H. Con. Res. 340 (15.11.1991) | 2 pp.
  • Congressional Record - November 23rd, 1991 | 4 pp.
  • U.S. Senator Malcolm Wallop News Release: “Continuing Human Rights Violations
    Spur Senators’ Outrage” (05.12.1991)
  • Fax message for the Rt. Rev. Paul Moore Jr. from Arnold Kohen (02.01.1991)
  • Letter to Mr. J. Grimmond, International Editor of The Economist from the Rt. Rev. Paul
    Moore, Jr. (29.12.1991)
  • Letter to Mr. Karl Meyer, Editorial Page of The New York Times from Arnold Kohen
    (03.12.1991)
  • Fax to the Honorable Abdul Rachman Ramly, Ambassador from Malcolm Wallop,
    United States Senator (17.03.1991)
  • Fax to Arnold Kohen, c/o Korinna Horta from Peter Gordon, Yorkshire Television -
    includes a letter to Arnold Kohen (12.02.1991) | 4 pp.
  • Dear Colleague letter written by Malcolm Wallop, United States Senator, inviting
    members of Congress to co-sign a letter to President Bush regarding East Timor
    (18.07.1991)
  • Letter to The President of the United States (Bill Clinton) from Malcolm Wallop
    (19.07.1991) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Mr. Frank Monahan, Office of Government Liaison from the US
    Catholic Conference from Arnold Kohen (18.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Luisa Teotonio Pereira or Ana Nunea from Arnold Kohen (20.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Bishop John Cummins, Diocese of Oakland from Arnold Kohen
    (20.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Hilary Coulby, Oxfam from Arnold Kohen (21.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Steve Alston, CAFOD from Arnold Kohen (22.10.1991)
  • Letter to a Senator from James O’Dea, director from Amnesty International USA
    (26.09.1991)
  • Fax message for Bishop Francis Murphy c/o Catholic Center from Arnold Kohen
    (23.10.1991)
  • Urgent message prepared at the request of Rev. Reinaldo Cardoso of West Warwick,
    Rhode Island from Arnold Kohen (04.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Mary Pat Olson from Arnold Kohen (06.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Ms. Sharon Hoff, Director of Diocesan Pastoral Office from Arnold
    Kohen (29.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Ms. Kathy Brown from Arnold Kohen (29.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Rev. Joseph Walsh from Arnold Kohen (30.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Ms. Sheila Turk from Arnold Kohen (30.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Rev. Dennis G. Falk from Arnold Kohen (31.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Sr. Loretta Henekes, CSJ from Arnold Kohen (31.10.1991)
  • Urgent message for Sr. Celine Erk, OSB, Chancellor of the Diocese of Rapid City from
    Arnold Kohen (04.11.1991)
  • Urgent message for Mr. Steve Brazen, Executive Director, Catholic Social Services, Inc.
    Archdiocese of Atlanta from Arnold kohen (04.11.1991)
  • Urgent message for Mr. Steven Bogus from Arnold Kohen (04.11.1991)
  • Urgent message for Dan R. Ebener, Dubuque, Iowa from Arnold Kohen (04.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Prof. Roger Clark from Arnold Kohen (25.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Dr. Peter Carey, Trinity College from Arnold Kohen (09.10.1991)
  • Letter to Sr. Perez De Cuellar, United Nations Secretary General from Rt. Rev. John
    Crowley, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster, Chairman of CAFOD (24.10.1991) | 2 pp.
  • Urgent message for Jim Cunningham, Nebraska Catholic Conference from Arnold Kohen
    (04.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Mr. Jack McBride, Religious Education Center from Arnold Kohen
    (31.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Lee Arrowood, c/o Sen. Wallop from Arnold Kohen (29.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Sister Rose Sheridan from Arnold Kohen (24.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Hilary Coulby, Asia Desk Oxfam from Arnold Kohen (30.09.1991) | 2
    pp.
  • Fax for Bishop Paul Moore for Arnold Kohen (15.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Lee Arrowood, c/o Sen. Wallop from Arnold Kohen (18.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Noam Chomsky from Arnold Kohen (12.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Marty Rendon from Arnold Kohen (12.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Bishop John Cummins from Arnold Kohen (19.12.1991)
  • Letter to the Honorable Jimmy Carter, the Carter Center from Frank Wolf, Member of
    Congress (09.12.1991)
  • Urgent fax message for Mr. Stephen M. Colecchi from Arnold Kohen (07.11.1991)
  • Urgent fax message for Ms. Joann Bemrich from Arnold Kohen (07.11.1991)
  • Urgent message for James Yeast, Dubuque, Iowa from Arnold Kohen (04.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Mr. Steve Alston c/o Jade Vine Motel from Arnold Kohen (12.04.1991)
  • Fax message for John Felton, NPR from Arnold Kohen (12.11.1991)
  • Letter to Mr. Stephen Rosenfeld, Deputy Editorial Page Editor of The Washington Post
    from Arnold Kohen (12.12.1991)
  • Letter to his Excellency Abdul Rachman Ramly, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
    from John Edward Porter & Tom Lantos, Co-Chairs of the Congressional Human Rights
    Caucus (31.12.1991) | 2 pp.
  • Fax to Arnold Kohen from Kirsty Sword, Refugee studies programme, University of
    Oxford (19.06.1991)
  • Letter to Ms. Sue Inglish, Foreign Editor of Channel 4 News from the Rt. Rev. Paul
    Moore (29.12.1991)
  • Letter to his Excellency Abdul Rachman Ramly, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
    from Harris Wofford, United States Senate (01.01.1991)
  • Fax to Arnold Kohen from Kirsty Sword (01.08.1991)
  • Fax to Arnold Kohen from the Asian Wall Street Journal (22.11.1991)
  • Letter to his Excellency Abdul Rachman Ramly from Stephen Solarz, Chairman of the
    Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs (13.12.1991) | 2 pp.
  • Letter to Mr. David Crombie, The Providence Journal Bulletin from Paul Moore, Jr.
    (22.10.1991)
  • Fax message for Arnold Kohen from Peter Carey, Trinity College Oxford (19.08.1991)
  • Letter to the Hon. Tony Hall, Select Committee on Hunger, from John Carr, Secretary of
    the Department of Social Development and World Peace (19.06.1991) | 2 pp.
  • Fax message for Hilary Coulby, Oxfam from Arnold Kohen (09.12.1991)
  • Fax to Arnold Kohen from Peter Gordon, Yorkhire TV (21.08.1991) | 5 pp.
  • Fax message for Dr. Peter Carey, Trinity College from Arnold Kohen (10.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Rachel Gelfand, Congressional Human Rights Caucus from Arnold
    Kohen (29.12.1991)
  • Letter to Mr. John Sharkey, Foreign Desk at The Washington Post from Arnold Kohen
    (09.12.1991)
  • Letter to Mr. Alan Berger, Editorial Page of The Boston Globe from Arnold Kohen
    (09.12.1991)
  • Letter to Ms. Mary McGrory from The Washington Post from Arnold Kohen
    (09.12.1991)
  • Letter to Mr. Karl Meyer from The New York Times from Arnold Kohen (09.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Hilary Coulby, Oxfam Asia Desk from Arnold Kohen (23.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Andrew Hart from Arnold Kohen (16.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Steve Alston, CAFOD from Arnold Kohen (11.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Geoff Robinson from Arnold Kohen (26.12.1991)
  • Fax message for John Sharkey, Foreign Desk from Arnold Kohen (09.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Donnacadh Hurley, TROCAIRE from Arnold Kohen (09.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Karl Meyer from The New York Times from Arnold Kohen (24.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Peter Gordon, Yorkshire Television from Arnold Kohen (19.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Diana Muir, Yorkshire Television from Arnold Kohen (19.12.1991)
  • Fax message for Steve Alston, EAFI from Arnold Kohen (20.11.1991)
  • Fax message for Karl Meyer, The New York Times from Arnold Kohen (05.12.1991)
  • Letter to Karl Meyer, The New York Times from Arnold Kohen (09.12.1991)

The Humanitarian Project

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The Humanitarian Project

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The Humanitarian Project

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The Humanitarian Project

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