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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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Newspaper Packets

Seven newspaper packets distributed as one. Includes newspaper clippings from various Australian newspaper about East Timor during 1982.

The first page of the document details every clipping in each packet.

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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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Estafeta 2000-Summer

East Timor Enters Reconstruction Era: A Work in Progress

Only Continued Pressure Will Keep Military Assistance From Indonesia

La’o Hamutuk

Election 2000: Here They Come Again!

An Interview with Constâncio Pinto

Supporting Grassroots East Timorese Organizations

West Papuans Demand Self-Determination

Short Takes: Indonesia Human Rights Network; Remembering Saylor; Military Fuels Maluku Mayhem; East Timorese Protest July 4 Party

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Estafeta 2002-Winter

East Timor Elects Assembly

Ashes to Ashes: Reflections on Terror

ETAN to Kissinger

ETAN Marks Anniversaries

September 11 Aftermath Brings Shifts in Washington

Lobby Days 2001 Yields Info, Action

Phillips Petroleum & Canberra Play an Old Game

ETAN Tour Spotlights Refugee Crisis

President Megawati: Bad News for Timor

Court Issues $66 Million Judgment Against Indonesian General

A Letter from Dili

About East Timor and the East Timor Action Network

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Estafeta 2005-Winter

Timor Still Awaits Justice

Congress Takes on TNI, Justice, Australia

East Timor’s Oil: Blessing or Curse?

In Remembrance: Dan Fietkiewicz; Munir

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Estafeta 2005-Spring

ETAN Assists Aceh

ETAN Takes A New Name

What’s the Deal with the Timor Sea?

IMET Certified; Congress Speaks Out on TNI, Aceh, Papua, Timor Sea

Join ETAN's Advocacy Days

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Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and connected computer networks 34, Dec. 1, 1994 - Jan. 16, 1995

EVENTS IN EAST TIMOR.............................................................................................................................. 4
SYAHNAKRI: “IF THEY COME OUT AGAIN, I’LL CUT THEM TO PIECES”.........................................................4
INDONESIA TO DEPORT JOURNALISTS FROM EAST TIMOR..........................................................................4
TIMOR BISHOP TELLS SECURITY FORCES TO BE HUMANE...........................................................................4
BBC SAYS DOZENS TORTURED IN DILI .........................................................................................................5
(CHINESE) BOAT PEOPLE FOUND IN E. TIMOR ..............................................................................................5
EAST TIMOR’S NEWSPAPER VANDALISED BY PRO-GOVERNMENT YOUTH GROUP .......................................5
FRUSTRATIONS OF A PARTICIPANT (MANUEL CARRASCALÃO).......................................................................6
THE REPRESSION WILL BE RESUMED IN JUST A FEW MOMENTS ...............................................................9
MORE OIL FOUND IN TIMOR SEA ...............................................................................................................12
FEAR FOR TORTURED TIMORESE ACTIVIST .................................................................................................12
EAST TIMOR’S BISHOP NOMINATED FOR NOBEL.........................................................................................12
INDONESIAN SOLDIER’S DIARY.................................................................................................................13
XANANA GUSMÃO END OF YEAR MESSAGE TO EAST TIMOR SOLIDARITY SUPPORTERS .............................14
RIOTS ERUPT AS EAST TIMORESE TURN ON MIGRANT TRADERS ................................................................16
FIVE KILLED IN EAST TIMORESE UNREST....................................................................................................16
BISHOP REPORTS ON INDONESIAN REPRESSION ......................................................................................16
MORE BAUCAU DETAILS ..............................................................................................................................17
EAST TIMOR ON EVE OF THE TALKS ...........................................................................................................17
RADIO AUSTRALIA ON MONDAY’S EVENTS IN DILI .....................................................................................18
CNRM STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE AND TRANSMIGRATION .........................................................................18
24 ARRESTED IN DILI ..................................................................................................................................19
Documents on East Timor from
PeaceNet and Connected Computer Networks
Volume 34: - December 1, 1994 - January 16, 1995
Published by:
East Timor Action Network / U.S.
P.O. Box 1182, White Plains, NY 10602 USA
Tel: 914-428-7299 Fax: 914-428-7383 E-mail PeaceNet:CSCHEINER or CSCHEINER@IGC.APC.ORG
These documents are produced approximately every two months and mailed to subscribers.
For additional or back copies, send US$25 per volume; add $3 for international air mail. Discount
rates: $10 for educational and non-profit institutions; $6 for U.S. activists; $8 international.
Subscription rates: $150 ($60 educational, $36 activist) for the next six issues. Add $18 ($12 activist)
for international air mail. Further subsidies are available for groups in Third World countries working
on East Timor. Checks should be made out to “ETAN.”
The material is grouped by subject, with articles under each category in approximately chronological
order. It is also available on IBM-compatible diskette, in either Word for Windows or ASCII format.
Reprinting and distribution without permission is welcomed.
Much of this information is translated and supplied by TAPOL (London), Task Force Indonesia (USA),
CDPM (Lisbon), CNRM, Free East Timor Japan Coalition, Mate-Bian News (Sydney), East Timor Ireland
Solidarity Campaign, and other activists and solidarity groups, but they are not responsible for edi -
torial comment or selection.
Page 2 East Timor Documents, Volume 34. December 1, 1994 - January 16, 1995.
WIDESPREAD TENSION IN EAST TIMOR.....................................................................................................19
AI URGENT ACTION ON DILI ARRESTS .......................................................................................................20
FOREIGN VISITORS TO BE SCREENED .......................................................................................................21
SIX TIMORESE PRISONERS ON HUNGER STRIKE........................................................................................21
MORE INDONESIAN LIES: MILITARY MURDERS 6 EAST TIMORESE CIVILIANS; 4 ABRI TROOPS KILLED .....22
AI ALERT ON CELSO OLIVEIRA ...................................................................................................................22
EVENTS IN INDONESIA.............................................................................................................................. 23
VOA: RIGHTS SITUATION WORSENS – YLBHI...............................................................................................23
VOA: CHECHNYA AND EAST TIMOR ............................................................................................................23
ABILIO ARAUJO TO THANK SUHARTO .........................................................................................................24
TIMORESE ARRESTED IN JAKARTA, WEST PAPUA........................................................................................24
RAP R.I.P. ....................................................................................................................................................24
ADITJONDRO HARASSMENT CONTINUES ................................................................................................. 24
INDONESIAN SUPPORTER OF EAST TIMORESE INDEPENDENCE ...............................................................24
UPDATE ON ADITJONDRO CASE.................................................................................................................25
ADITJONDRO TESTIFIES AT NEVES TRIAL ..................................................................................................25
NEW POLICE SUMMONS FOR ADITJONDRO...............................................................................................26
ADITJONDRO WANTS SUMMONS POSTPONED............................................................................................26
AI ALERT ON POSSIBLE ADITJONDRO ARREST............................................................................................26
COMPREHENSIVE ARTICLES & EDITORIALS............................................................................................ 27
COMING YEAR ‘CRUCIAL’ FOR EAST TIMOR.................................................................................................27
ASIAWEEK EDITORIAL: “TIMOR’S PAIN”.......................................................................................................28
EAST TIMOR — IT’S HOT BUT NOT BOILING................................................................................................29
EAST TIMORESE WOMEN TODAY ................................................................................................................31
EXPATRIATE TELLS OF CONTINUING HORRORS FACING EAST TIMOR ........................................................32
RAMOS HORTA OPTIMISTIC ABOUT TIMOR’S FUTURE..................................................................................32
VOA: EAST TIMOR’S FUTURE........................................................................................................................32
INDONESIA- OUTLOOK: TEMPERED CELEBRATIONS IN 1995 ......................................................................35
KOMPAS REVIEWS THE YEAR FOR EAST TIMOR...........................................................................................35
APEC, THE UNITED STATES & EAST TIMOR..................................................................................................36
UN RAPPORTEURS REPORT, VISIT AGAIN................................................................................................. 39
RAPPORTEUR ON EXTRAJUDICIAL EXECUTIONS VISITS INDONESIA AND EAST TIMOR..............................39
FULL TEXT OF THE REPORT BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR.........................................................................41
UN ENVOY TO GO TO EAST TIMOR .............................................................................................................53
TIMORESE WILL MEET ONLY AFTER JANUARY............................................................................................53
LOBBYING AT UPCOMING UN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ....................................................................54
FOREIGN MINISTERS MEET IN GENEVA................................................................................................... 54
ALATAS: INDONESIA SEEKS COMPREHENSIVE AGREEMENT......................................................................54
VOA: ALATAS TIMOR COMMENTARY.............................................................................................................54
VOA: UNSG TIGHT ON TIMOR MEETING.....................................................................................................55
SMALL NOTES ON EAST TIMOR...................................................................................................................55
VOA - TIMOR TALKS’ LIMITED OBJECTIVES ................................................................................................57
UNSG COMMUNIQUÉ ON EAST TIMOR TALKS..............................................................................................57
BBC ON GENEVA MEETING..........................................................................................................................58
INDONESIA AND PORTUGAL ‘MAKE PROGRESS’ IN TALKS..........................................................................58
INDONESIA, PORTUGAL AGREE TO NEW ALL-INCLUSIVE TALKS.................................................................59
LISBON SAYS OF EAST TIMOR THAT ‘TIME IS ON OUR SIDE’ .....................................................................60
JAKARTA WARY OF FULL INDEPENDENCE TALKS ........................................................................................60
East Timor Documents, Volume 34. December 1, 1994 - January 16, 1995. Page 3
NOTES ON MEETING IN GENEVA.................................................................................................................60
ALATAS: HORTA CAN TALK (BUT NOT POLITICAL ISSUES) ............................................................................61
JIM DUNN’S THOUGHTS ON GENEVA MEETING..........................................................................................61
EVENTS IN ASIA......................................................................................................................................... 62
KOREAN DEMONSTRATION FOR EAST TIMOR .............................................................................................62
MALAYSIA’S ATTACK ON WEST LACKS BITE .................................................................................................63
CNRM MESSAGE TO WORLD YOUTH, MANILA .............................................................................................63
EVENTS IN UK AND IRELAND ................................................................................................................... 64
INDONESIA USES THE NICHOLLS DELEGATION..........................................................................................64
MOTION IN IRISH SENATE ..........................................................................................................................65
BRITISH PEACE ACTIVIST TO SPEAK AT DUBLIN COMMEMORATION VIGIL .................................................66
SOME ATROCITIES ATTRACT A BLIND EYE..................................................................................................66
HUGH O’SHAUGHNESSY ON RTE WORLD REPORT......................................................................................67
BRITISH ANTI-HAWKS COALITION MEETING...............................................................................................67
CATHOLIC CHURCH SELLS BAE SHARES ....................................................................................................68
JOURNALISTS IN THE LINE OF FIRE...........................................................................................................68
M.E.P CALLS FOR UN OFFICE IN EAST TIMOR.............................................................................................68
THE TRIAL OF THE “WARTON FOUR”...........................................................................................................68
TIMORESE STUDENT FOR N.U.S. HONORARY PRESIDENT...........................................................................68
EVENTS IN EUROPE................................................................................................................................... 69
HORTA GIVES PORTUGAL TWO MONTHS.....................................................................................................69
TIMOR DIFFICULT TO PASS IN COUNCIL OF EUROPE? ................................................................................70
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY IN PARIS....................................................................................................................70
LETTER TO BILL CLINTON (FROM PORTUGUESE ACTIVISTS)........................................................................70
EVENTS IN CANADA................................................................................................................................... 71
CANADIAN PARLIAMENTARY LETTERS ON EAST TIMOR...............................................................................71
EVENTS IN AUSTRALIA.............................................................................................................................. 71
PILGER CALLS FOR ESCALATION OF EAST TIMOR CAMPAIGN .....................................................................71
INTERVIEW: JOHN PILGER..........................................................................................................................72
DECEMBER 7 IN DARWIN AND AUSTRALIA..................................................................................................74
DARWIN AND DILI UNIVERSITIES TO COOPERATE......................................................................................75
FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM............................................................................................................................75
INDONESIA AND REGIONAL CONFLICT AND RESOLUTION .........................................................................75
EVENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.............................................................................................................. 75
(PORTUGUESE) GOVERNMENT PAYS (WASHINGTON) LOBBY.......................................................................75
DECEMBER 7TH: “A DATE WHICH WILL LIVE IN INFAMY”... IN EAST TIMOR..................................................75
DECEMBER 7 PROTESTS TO MARK 19TH ANNIVERSARY ..............................................................................76
INDONESIA PICKING U.S. SITE FOR PLANE PLANT.....................................................................................76
CSM: KEEP PRESSING JAKARTA..................................................................................................................77
FORGETTING TIMOR....................................................................................................................................77
A WITNESS TO U.S. SUPPORTED HORROR (ALLAN NAIRN)..........................................................................77
RESOURCES............................................................................................................................................... 78
“QUITO” - OPERA IN SYDNEY ......................................................................................................................78
AETA CALENDAR ..........................................................................................................................................79
EAST TIMOR EXHIBITION VISITS IPSWICH..................................................................................................79
EAST TIMOR AND THE MEDIA......................................................................................................................79

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Network News 1994-04

Title: Send congress a message – lobby for East Timor

  • Documentary reveals new details of Dili massacre (Mathew Jardine and John M. Miller)
  • Much activity, limited progress, in Washington (Charles Scheiner)
  • Code of conduct on arms sales
  • GSP update
  • Parliamentarians meet with UN secretary general
  • UN urges Indonesia to improve human rights
  • Constâncio Pinto in the US
  • ETAN protests in Seattle
  • Indonesian academic describes ecological and cultural destruction
  • Timor advocate to lead NCC Churches (Anne Treseder)

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Estafeta 1996-03

Title: 20th anniversary of Indonesia’s invasion marked by growing unrest within East Timor and world-wide protest (Ben Terall and Mathew Jordine)

  • Activists commemorate the 26th year o occupation and resistance (Mathew Jardine)
  • Twenty-four hours of repression: my time in East Timor (Reed Brody)
  • Washington marks time – East Timor network acts (Charles Scheiner)
  • Freeport’s gold loses luster (Charlie Scheiner)
  • ETAN hosts José Ramos Horta speaking tour: East Timor dignitary to tour US April 27-May 27 (John Miller)
  • United Nations activity on East Timor continues (Mathew Jardine)

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Suara Aski 1993-06

Title: Suara Aksi: Indonesia Solidarity Action

  • “Consultation with Indonesian activists: people to people conference”
  • “AKSIs role in people to people relations” (Max Lane)
  • “SSDI – ‘students and army clash again’”
  • “Workers beginning to organise in Indonesia”
  • “Worker activist murdered?” (Suara Aksi correspondent in Jakarta)
  • “Indonesian activist coalition calls for asylum for East Timorese activities”
  • “SSDI – another campus clash in Jakarta”
  • “Student and farmer protests”

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Suara Aksi 1994-05

Title: Suara Aksi: Indonesia Solidarity Action

  • “New group emerges – Peoples Democratic Union”
  • “Indonesian cultural action tour”
  • “AKSI national consultation”
  • “Activist visits Australia”
  • “East Timor campaign round up”
  • “Australian support for Aditjondro, Soleiman”
  • “Indonesian activists speak at international green left conference”
  • “launch of the Peoples Democratic Union in Jakarta”
  • “Declaration of the Peoples Democratic Union”
  • “Return Democratic rights says new group”
  • “PRD to hold national meeting”
  • “Marsinah cover-up protest”
  • “Victory for Yeni and friends”
  • “Rendra, Emha harassed”
  • “Workers demonstrations in North Sumatra” (Wardoyo)
  • “Fretilin Australia speaks”

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Timor Clips 1992-11

  • “A nouveau la terreur” [Terror resumes]
  • “Le parlement Européen examine les droits de l’homme a Timor” [The European parliament examines human rights in Timor]
  • “La question de Timor domine la réunion CEE-Asean” [The Timor issue dominates the EEC-Asean meeting] [EEC = European Economic Community, ASEAN = Association of Southeast Asian States]
  • “Déclarations de Xanana Gusmao a la television Indonésienne” [Declarations by Xanana Gusmão on Indonesian TV]
  • “Le sort des prisonniers reste inconnu” [The fate of the prisoners remains unknown]
  • “Xanana Gusmao a été arête” [Xanana Gusmão arrested]
  • “Pour le droit à l’autodétermination et a la paix du people de Timor-Oriental” [For the right to self determination and peace of the people of East Timor]
  • “Les murs de pierre de Suharto” [Suharto's stone walls]
  • “La France redevient le deuxième fournisseur d’aide à l’Indonésie” [France becomes the second largest aid donor to Indonesia]
  • “L’Indonésie reprend les négociations” [Indonesia resumes negotiations]

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Timor Clips 1994-12

  • “L’indépendance a fleur de peau” [Independence is an understatement]
  • “Réunions de solidarité en janvier” [Solidarity meetings in January]
  • “Manifestation à Bruxelles” [Demonstrations in Brussels]
  • “Aperçu historique” [Historical opening]
  • “L’Eglise” [The Church]
  • “La voie de referendum” [The referendum path]

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Timor Clips 1997-12

  • “Étudiant Timorais, blessés par belle” [Timorese student wounded by a bullet shot]
  • “Lisbonne: le Timor en discussion” [Lisbon : Timor under discussion]
  • “Ventes d’armes” [Arms sales]
  • “L’indonésie en feu” [Indonesia on fire]
  • “La main de l’homme et la forêt vierge” [Human activity and the virgin forest]
  • “De l’Afrique au Timor” (Paulette Pierson-Mathy) [From Africa to Timor]
  • “Situation interne” [Internal situation]

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Journal "Timor Leste" 1975-10-11

Journal "Timor Leste" no. 3, October 11, 1975
This issue contains: the declaration of the statute of FRETILIN, which contains the organizational chart of the institution; the first sign of discussions between FRETILIN and the government of Portugal, breaking the silence between them; another mention to the support of FRETILIN’s cause by the Australian civil society group called “FRETILIN’s Friends”, who did a protest outside of the Indonesian embassy in Sydney; an explanation about the objectives of the Revolution that FRETILIN wanted to achieve for Timorese society, explaining that Revolution is not only based on arms, but on deep societal transformation of habits as well. The old habits, that the journal calls “fascist”, must be forgotten and replaced by new ones, such as respect for all and, above all, for the defenseless; finally, it provides information about the return of Colonel Lemos Pires to the country.

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Journal "Timor Leste" 1975-10-25

Journal "Timor Leste" no. 5, October 25, 1975
This issue contains: a direct accusation of Indonesia as being a puppet of American imperialism and ASEAN, and of helping UDT in its attempted coup; A declaration linking the Colonel Lemos Pires to UDT; Another support message coming from Australian civil society, more specifically from the Student’s Union of Australia; A report of a boycott made by some stevedores on the Sydney Port of an Indonesian boat because of their nation’s interference on Timorese territory; A letter of support written by the World Federation of Trade Unions remarking on the abuses performed by Indonesia on East Timor and the Timorese population’s right to self-determination; Main article discussing the necessity of having a holistic view about the situation on East Timor, not only blaming certain individuals (like Colonel Lemos Pires) and forgetting about the whole picture of colonialism and imperialism.

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Journal "Timor Leste" Extra issue 1975-12-04

Journal "Timor Leste" EXTRA issue, December 4, 1975
This issue contains: the declaration of independence of the Democratic Republic of East Timor made unilaterally by FRETILIN, featuring as president Francisco Xavier do Amaral, and as Prime-Minister Nicolau dos Reis Lobato. It also contains a list of the 11 ministers and their respective deputies; Highlights of the proclaimed constitution, remarking principles like sovereignty, non-interference and laicism. It also delimits the crime of high treason and voting age as fifteen years old (the vote was mandatory for all above that age); The recognition of independence coming from many organizations, governmental and non-governmental; An article discussing the evil of exploiting people, which they describe as being a violent process in itself; The main article is a recollection of the facts which led to the proclamation of independence of East Timor by FRETILIN.

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Agir Pour Timor 1993-12

Title: Agir pour Timor

  • “Pour memoire 7 December 1975: l’invasion Indonesienne” [To remember: December 7, 1975, the Indonesian Invasion]
  • “Timor, 18ème année d’occupation” [Timor, 18th year of occupation]
  • “Santa Cruz, 12 Novembre 1991: le massacre était-il nécessaire?” [Santa Cruz, 12 November 1991: was the massacre necessary?]

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African Asia Conference Bulletin 1955-04

Heading: No. 4, April 1955

  • Address by heads of delegations:
    • Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Cambodia
    • Sir John Jotelawala, Ceylon
    • Lt. Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt
    • Kojo Bostio, Gold Coast
    • Dr. mogammed Fadhil El-Jamali, Iraq
    • Ato Aklilou Habetwold, Ethiopia
    • Tatsunosuke Takasaki, Japan
  • First working decisions of the conference
  • Reception at Governor’s residence
  • Who’s who in the conference
  • Desks and facilities
  • World press opinion
  • America: “West will have friends at asia-parley” (by Chalmers M. Roberts)

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