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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)

East Timor Action Network

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

East Timor Action Network

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

East Timor Action Network

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

East Timor Action Network

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

East Timor Action Network

Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and connected computer networks 3, Nov. 20-25, 1991

EXTRACTS FROM THE DIARY OF KAMAL BAMADHAJ..................................................................................................................... 3
Dili, East Timor, 29 October 1991................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Maubisse, 2 November 1991 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Dili, 3 November 1991.................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
AUSTRALIAN RELIGIOUS LEADERS SPEAK OUT FOR EAST TIMOR ................................................................................................ 5
SENATOR PELL CONDEMNS MASSACRE.................................................................................................................................................................. 5
"WE CAN'T DENY THE FOREIGN PRESS REPORTS," SAYS GOV. CARRASCALAO (SURYA)......................................................................................... 5
SUHARTO SETS UP INVESTIGATION TEAM (JAWA POS)........................................................................................................................................... 5
NEW MASSACRE BY INDONESIAN TROOPS(IPS) ................................................................................................................................... 6
BRITISH MPS CALL FOR ARMS EMBARGO .............................................................................................................................................................. 6
MOTION 187: ARMS EMBARGO TO INDONESIA............................................................................................................................. 6
JOINT EC STATEMENT AT UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY............................................................................................................................................. 7
EAST TIMOR STUDENTS' PLEA TO UN IN JAKARTA ............................................................................................................................................... 7
DECLARATION OF THE NATIONAL MOVEMENT OF THE EAST TIMORESE STUDENTS IN INDONESIA ......................... 7
BRITISH WITNESS, COX, DESCRIBES MASSACRE..................................................................................................................................................... 7
DEAD IN EAST TIMOR (WASH. POST EDITORIAL) ........................................................................................................................................ 8
PORTUGAL'S DAY OF MOURNING MARKS KILLINGS IN EAST TIMOR (WP)................................................................................. 9
ASIA WATCH LETTER TO ALATAS.......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
PORTUGUESE GOVERNMENT: JAKARTA'S INQUIRY COMMISSION 'A SAD FARCE' ..................................................................................................... 9
JAPANESE DIET MEMBERS STATEMENT................................................................................................................................................................ 9
STATEMENT ON MASSACRE IN EAST TIMOR ................................................................................................................................. 9
WIRE SERVICE DIGEST, NOV. 20........................................................................................................................................................................... 9
JAPAN (Call for government action)............................................................................................................................................................ 9
NETHERLANDS (Kooijmans mission)..................................................................................................................................................... 10
NETHERLANDS (Stop aid to Indon?)...................................................................................................................................................... 10
PORTUGAL (PM urges action)................................................................................................................................................................. 10
PORTUGAL (Publico criticizes Vatican)................................................................................................................................................... 10
PORTUGAL (UDT lists victims).............................................................................................................................................................. 10
PORTUGAL (Fretilin gains) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 10
PORTUGAL, SWEDEN (Gov'ts criticize Indonesia)................................................................................................................................ 10
NEW ZEALAND (Govt waffles)............................................................................................................................................................... 10
AUSTRALIA (Hawke visit off?) ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
AUSTRALIA (review ties with Indon.)..................................................................................................................................................... 11
AUSTRALIA (Jakarta diplomat comments)............................................................................................................................................. 11
UN (Fretilin urges action)........................................................................................................................................................................... 11
U.S. (Senate Committee wants investigation)............................................................................................................................................. 11
U.S. (State Department briefing excerpt).................................................................................................................................................... 11
EAST TIMOR (Belo body count).............................................................................................................................................................. 11
EAST TIMOR (Warouw, Red Cross)........................................................................................................................................................ 11
TIMORESE ARRESTED IN JAKARTA (TAPOL)...................................................................................................................................................... 12
HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP STOPPED FROM GOING TO DILI (TAPOL)....................................................................................................................... 12
U.S. SENATE DRAFT TIMOR RESOLUTION............................................................................................................................................................ 12
H.Con.Res.340............................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
THE BLOOD OF EAST TIMOR CAN'T DRAW MUCH U.S. INK (NY DAILY NEWS) ............................................................................ 13
EAST TIMOR RAISED IN U.K. HOUSE OF COMMONS......................................................................................................................... 13

  1. EAST TIMOR...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
  2. INDONESIA......................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
    LETTER: INDONESIAN LEGAL AID TO ABRI COMMANDER................................................................................................................................. 14
    ORIGINAL (in Indonesian)........................................................................................................................................................................ 14
    2
    CONCERN IS NOT ENOUGH (GUARDIAN).................................................................................................................................................. 15
    TIMOR NEWS AVAILABLE ON DISKETTE............................................................................................................................................................. 15
    TEARS FOR EAST TIMOR (NY TIMES EDITORIAL) ............................................................................................................................................... 15
    A NARROW ESCAPE FROM EAST TIMOR (ALLAN NAIRN)..................................................................................................................................... 15
    Two U.S. journalists survive massacre by Indonesian soldiers. ................................................................................................................. 15
    U.S.-BASED SOLIDARITY FOREAST TIMOR.......................................................................................................................................................... 16
    RRK@HOQAA.ATT.COM ................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
    From Charlie Scheiner................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
    WIRE SERVICE DIGEST, NOV. 21......................................................................................................................................................................... 16
    JAPAN (Embassy report inconclusive)...................................................................................................................................................... 16
    JAPAN (Embassy mission duped?) ........................................................................................................................................................... 16
    AUSTRALIA (Hawke criticizes Sutrisno)................................................................................................................................................. 16
    NETHERLANDS (Aid postponed) ........................................................................................................................................................... 17
    FRANCE (Euro. Parliament reolution)....................................................................................................................................................... 17
    PORTUGAL (New Indon. offensive in Dili) ............................................................................................................................................. 17
    U.S. (Congressional meeting planned)......................................................................................................................................................... 17
    INDONESIA (Foreign press criticized)...................................................................................................................................................... 17
    INDONESIA (Pro-govt, anti-Australia demo)........................................................................................................................................... 17
    INDONESIA (Anti-Australia Demo)......................................................................................................................................................... 17
    INDONESIA (Human Rights leader questioned)....................................................................................................................................... 17
    INDONESIA (Diplomats question military).............................................................................................................................................. 17
    INDONESIA (LRD wants inquests).......................................................................................................................................................... 17
    EAST TIMOR (Red Cross restricted)........................................................................................................................................................ 18
    EAST TIMOR (Warounw: back to normal)............................................................................................................................................... 18
    EAST TIMOR (Army to interrogate wounded)......................................................................................................................................... 18
    EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ADOPTS RESOLUTION WITH HUGE MAJORITY ............................................................................................................... 18
    JOINT MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION ON THE MASSACRE IN EAST TIMOR.......................................................................... 18
    The European Parliament:........................................................................................................................................................................... 18
    JAKARTA SHOULD COME CLEAN (BANGKOK POST EDITORIAL)............................................................................................................. 18
    INDONESIAN HUMAN RIGHTS NGOS THREATENED (TAPOL) ............................................................................................................................. 19
    HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS UNDER DAILY INTERROGATION LEADING HUMAN RIGHTS NGOs UNDER THREAT. 19
    BANDUNG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS PROTEST (TAPOL)........................................................................................................................................ 19
    XANANA FAMILY HOME RAIDED IN DILI (TAPOL)............................................................................................................................................. 19
    HOME OF XANANA GUSMAO'S FAMILY IN DILI RAIDED .......................................................................................................... 19
    NDP DEMANDS ACTION FROM OTTAWA ON RIGHTS (TORONTO STAR)......................................................................................... 19
    CABINET DISCUSSES STRONGER STANCE ON TIMOR (CANBERRA TIMES) ............................................................................................................. 19
    CBS TV NEWS IN U.S. BROADCASTS VIDEO OF MASSACRE............................................................................................................................... 20
    Comment from Charles Scheiner................................................................................................................................................................. 20
    VOLKSKRANT EDITORIAL ON EAST TIMOR.......................................................................................................................................................... 20
    HAWKE BLASTS JAKARTA OVER SICK REMARKS (AUSTRALIAN)...................................................................................................... 21
    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL URGENT ACTION...................................................................................................................................................... 21
    ISLAND OF OPPRESSION (LONDON TIMES EDITORIAL)............................................................................................................................... 22
    LETTER TO THE GUARDIAN (C. BUDIARDJO) ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
    INDONESIA SCORING BIG WITH U.S. $$$ (NEWSDAY) ........................................................................................................................................ 22
    THE ARMY'S ONLY CASUALTY: WHO IS HE? (TAPOL)........................................................................................................................................ 23
    A hardened Timor veteran........................................................................................................................................................................... 23
    A special mission ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 23
    AUSTRALIAN WORKERS, CARTOONISTS, CHALLENGE INDONESIA........................................................................................................................ 23
    TIMOR: HARDLY A MISTAKE (PEACE NEWS) ....................................................................................................................................................... 24
    PETER JONES adds from Canberra:.......................................................................................................................................................... 24
    UNION BANS INDONESIAN SHIPS (A.W.U.)............................................................................................................................................ 24
    LEGAL AID FOUNDATION EXPOSES INDONESIAN GOV'T LIE ............................................................................................................................... 25
    INDONESIAN LEGAL AID FOUNDATION Visit to the Metropolitan Jakarta Police Station in Conjunction with the Detention of East
    Timorese Students............................................................................................................................................................................. 25
    AUSTRALIAN BISHOPS ASK U.N. ACTION.......................................................................................................................................................... 25
    BISHOPS CALL FOR URGENT U.N. ACTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN EAST TIMOR.............................................. 25
    OUR BRUTAL FRIENDS (OTTAWA CITIZEN)................................................................................................................................................ 25
    Canada lavishes aid on the government that's killed one-third of East Timor............................................................................................. 25
    INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MACDOUGALL .............................................................................................................................................................. 26
    WIRE SERVICE DIGEST, NOV. 22......................................................................................................................................................................... 27
    AUSTRALIA (Intelligence should have known)........................................................................................................................................ 27
    AUSTRALIA (A.W.U. strikes Indon. ships)............................................................................................................................................. 27
    AUSTRALIA (ACFOA reports) ............................................................................................................................................................... 27
    3
    UNITED KINGDOM (Press Inst. protests)............................................................................................................................................. 27
    PORTUGAL (Bishop urges Vatican)........................................................................................................................................................ 28
    U.S. (State Department briefing excerpt).................................................................................................................................................... 28
    INDONESIA (Legal Aid refused access).................................................................................................................................................... 28
    INDONESIA (Sutrisno & Red Cross)........................................................................................................................................................ 28
    INDONESIA (Investigation promised) ...................................................................................................................................................... 28
    INDONESIA (Press access) ....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
    INDONESIA (No injured journalists) ........................................................................................................................................................ 28
    INDONESIA (Dissidents criticize massacre)............................................................................................................................................. 28
    INDONESIA (Govt commission meets) .................................................................................................................................................... 28
    INDONESIA (Portugal blamed)................................................................................................................................................................. 29
    EAST TIMOR (Belo cancels mass)............................................................................................................................................................ 29
    KOOIJMANS INTERVIEW (TEMPO) ....................................................................................................................................................................... 29
    IT WASN'T TO TAUNT AND CURSE................................................................................................................................................... 29
    INDONESIAN COMMISSION BLAMES PORTUGAL FOR MASSACRE ......................................................................................................................... 30
    UNYOKING THE TIMORESE (BOSTON GLOBE EDITORIAL)......................................................................................................................... 30
    WIRE SERVICE DIGEST NOV. 23-24..................................................................................................................................................................... 31
    PORTUGAL (Timor repression continues).............................................................................................................................................. 31
    PORTUGAL (Denies Indon. accusations) ................................................................................................................................................. 31
    PORTUGAL (Demonstration in Lisbon)................................................................................................................................................... 31
    PORTUGAL (Carrascalao on massacre).................................................................................................................................................... 31
    PORTUGAL (Pope criticized)................................................................................................................................................................... 31
    VATICAN (asks Indonesia for truth)......................................................................................................................................................... 31
    VENEZUELA (Question Suharto during visit).......................................................................................................................................... 31
    INDONESIA (blaming Portugal)................................................................................................................................................................ 31
    INDONESIA (Government investigation).................................................................................................................................................. 32
    INDONESIA (not afraid of int'l pressure).................................................................................................................................................. 32
    EAST TIMOR (Church service in Dili)...................................................................................................................................................... 32
    EAST TIMOR (Belo avoids politics)......................................................................................................................................................... 32
    EASTERN ATROCITIES (LONDON OBSERVER EDITORIAL)........................................................................................................................... 32
    MORE KILLINGS (TAPOL)................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
    TIMORESE STUDENTS ARRESTED IN BALI AND JAVA (TAPOL)............................................................................................................................ 32
    NEWS FROM NOWHERE: THE UNHEARD OF MASSACRE IN EAST TIMOR (RYTER) ............................................................................................... 33
    MORE MASSACRES CONFIRMED......................................................................................................................................................................... 36
    AUSTRALIA (A.I. releases names, further killings).................................................................................................................................. 36
    AUSTRALIA (Reports of mass graves, more killings).............................................................................................................................. 36
    INDONESIA (denies massacre reports)..................................................................................................................................................... 36
    BISHOP BELO ON THE MASSACRE (TEMPO)......................................................................................................................................................... 36

East Timor Action Network

Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and connected computer networks 4, Nov. 25-28, 1991

JAKARTA TAINTED BY EAST TIMOR KILLINGS (AWSJ)...................................................................................................................... 3
GROWING TENSIONS..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
"CAN'T BE A WHITEWASH".......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
NEGATIVE REPORT ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
'PERSUASIVE ATTITUDE' .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
COMORO RIVER KILLING GROUND (GOMULARZ)............................................................................................................................... 4
PARC RESOLUTION ON EAST TIMOR ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
PRESS STATEMENT BY THE YOGYAKARTA STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (IKATAN MAHASISWA YOGYAKARTA).............. 4
MASSACRE TESTS AUSTRALIA'S RELATIONS WITH JAKARTA (IPS)................................................................................................ 5
COLONIZATION, DECOLONIZATION, AND 'INTEGRATION': LANGUAGE POLICY IN EAST TIMOR (N. LUTZ)................... 6
REFERENCES .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
PORTUGUESE BISHOPS LAMENT POPE'S SILENCE ON MASSACRE (IPS) ......................................................................................... 8
DUTCH FREEZE AID TO INDONESIA OVER MASSACRE (IPS) ............................................................................................................. 8
CALL FOR DELEGATION TO DILI FROM ALICE SPRINGS.................................................................................................................... 8
OCCUPATION AND MASSACRE IN EAST TIMOR (PORTUGUESE SCIENTISTS APPEAL) ............................................................. 9
OCCUPATION AND MASSACRE IN EAST TIMOR................................................................................................................................... 9
TO SECRETARY BAKER FROM THE LAWYERS COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.................................................. 9
DEATH IN PARADISE (EDITORIAL, VANCOUVER SUN)...................................................................................................................... 10
BRITISH BISHOPS: GIVE THE TIMORESE FREE CHOICE! .................................................................................................................... 10
EAST TIMOR AND SELECTIVE MORALITY ON A WORLD STAGE (UK CATHOLIC HERALD)................................................... 10
HARD TO BE A CHRISTIAN IN EAST TIMOR (CATHOLIC HERALD) ............................................................................................... 10
BETWEEN MOTAEL AND SANTA CRUZ (TEMPO)............................................................................................................................... 11
STATEMENT OF ATTITUDE BY UNIVERSITY STUDENT SENATES THROUGHOUT JAVA ........................................................ 11
STUDENTS CALL FOR INDONESIA'S COMMISSION OF INQUIRY TO BE DISSOLVED AND FOR AN ACT OF SELFDETERMINATION IN EAST TIMOR................................................................................................................................................ 11
GOVERNOR PUTS THE BLAME ON MILITARY (STRAITS TIMES) .................................................................................................... 12
THE CLOUDS DARKEN OVER EAST TIMOR (AGE EDITORIAL)........................................................................................................ 13
UNITED STAND NEEDED ON TIMOR HORROR (AUSTRALIAN EDITORIAL)............................................................................... 13
INQUIRY SET TO ANGER INDONS............................................................................................................................................................ 13
THE EXECUTIONERS' CHARTER (GUARDIAN) ..................................................................................................................................... 14
WIRE SERVICE DIGEST NOV. 25................................................................................................................................................................. 14
PORTUGAL (SWEDEN CRITICIZES JAKARTA) ...................................................................................................................................... 14
PORTUGAL (DOCKERS BOYCOTT INDONESIAN CARGO)................................................................................................................. 14
VENEZUELA (SUHARTO-PEREZ MEETING)........................................................................................................................................... 15
AUSTRALIA (A.I. URGES INVESTIGATION)............................................................................................................................................ 15
AUSTRALIA (UNIONS BOYCOTT INDONESIA)...................................................................................................................................... 15
U.S. (CONGRESSIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CAUCUS HEARING).......................................................................................................... 15
INDONESIA (WILL CHECK A.I. VICTIM LIST)......................................................................................................................................... 15
INDONESIA (BALI ARREST VIOLATES ASSURANCES)......................................................................................................................... 15
EAST TIMOR (WAROUW ORDERS KILLINGS)........................................................................................................................................ 15
EAST TIMOR (BELO WILL TESTIFY)......................................................................................................................................................... 15
DEATH IN EAST TIMOR (HELEN TODD)................................................................................................................................................ 15
KILLING RAGES ON IN EAST TIMOR, WITNESSES SAY (MONTREAL GAZETTE) ........................................................................ 17
VIGIL FORCES INDONESIANS TO SHUT DOWN DARWIN CONSULATE (AGE).............................................................................. 18
East Timor Articles, Volume 4. Page 2 November 25-28, 1991
A.I. SAYS MASSACRES CONTINUE (RADIO AUSTRALIA)................................................................................................................... 18
FRETILIN ALLEGES SEVEN MORE KILLINGS IN DILI (AGE)............................................................................................................... 18
NYC DEMO RE EAST TIMOR?.................................................................................................................................................................... 19
QUESTIONS FROM A TIMOR ACTIVIST RELATING TO THE PROPOSED DEM ONSTRATION:................................................. 19
CHARLIE SCHEINER RESPONDS TO THE QUESTIONS......................................................................................................................... 19
HAWKE TO BE TOUGHER ON INDONESIA (AUSTRALIAN)............................................................................................................... 20
EVANS MAY MAKE A PROTEST TRIP TO JAKARTA (AGE)............................................................................................................... 20
GARETH EVANS: 75 DEAD (ABC RADIO)................................................................................................................................................ 20
49 TIMORESE RELEASED IN JAKARTA (TAPOL) .................................................................................................................................. 21
LEGAL AID FOUNDATION JAIL VISIT (LBH) ........................................................................................................................................ 21
WIRE SERVICE DIGEST NOV. 26................................................................................................................................................................. 21
USSR (GOV'T STATEMENT)....................................................................................................................................................................... 21
VENEZUELA (ALATAS DENIES MASSACRE).......................................................................................................................................... 21
AUSTRALIA (INDON. THREATENS TO WITHDRAW AMBASSADOR) ............................................................................................. 21
AUSTRALIA (EVANS BODY COUNTS)...................................................................................................................................................... 21
AUSTRALIA (TIMOR GAP TREATY) ........................................................................................................................................................ 21
AUSTRALIA (LABOUR MP'S WANT ACTION)........................................................................................................................................ 22
U.S. (STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING EXCERPT:)............................................................................................................................... 22
INDONESIA (REGRETS AID CUTS)............................................................................................................................................................ 22
INDONESIA (MURDANI WILL BROADCAST MASSACRE VIDEOS)................................................................................................... 22
U.N. ECOSOC DISCUSSION.......................................................................................................................................................................... 22
STEP UP PRESSURE ON INDONESIA (MONTREAL GAZETTE EDITORIAL).................................................................................... 23
AUSTRALIAN LABOUR MP LOBBYING .................................................................................................................................................. 23
AUSTRALIAN LABOUR PARTY CAUCUS POLICY STATEMENT....................................................................................................... 23
SOCIALIST INTERNATIONAL RESOLUTION.......................................................................................................................................... 23
INTERVIEW WITH JOSE RAMOS HORTA (PORTUGUESE RADIO).................................................................................................... 24
PORTUGUESE PREMIER WANTS E.C. ACTION AGAINST INDONESIA (IPS)................................................................................... 24
INFILTRATORS PROVOKED TIMOR MASSACRE, SAYS ALATAS (IPS)............................................................................................ 24
THE MASSACRE INQUIRY COMMITTEE (DAVID BOURC)................................................................................................................. 25
HARISOEGIMAN ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
ANTON SUYATA........................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
CLEMENTINO DOS REIS AMARAL........................................................................................................................................................... 25
HADIA WAYARABI ALHADAR.................................................................................................................................................................. 25
BEN MANG RENG SAY................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
SUMITRO ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
ASIA WATCH DEMANDS RELEASE OF TIMORESE PROTESTORS.................................................................................................... 25
JAKARTA-CANBERRA LINKS STRAINED (AGE)................................................................................................................................... 26
CONFUSION OVER THREAT TO WITHDRAW ALL DIPLOMATS IF HARASSMENT CONTINUES ............................................. 26
TIMOR VOTE PUTS EVANS ON THE LINE (AGE EDITORIAL)............................................................................................................ 26
"NO PROVOCATION" BEFORE DILI CEMETERY MASSACRE (AUST. CATHOLIC LEADER)....................................................... 27
MANY ARRESTED IN DILI BEFORE INQUIRY COMMISSION ARRIVES (TAPOL).......................................................................... 27
PEREZ DE CUELLAR SAYS UN WILL INVESTIGATE EAST TIMOR ALLEGATIONS (AP).............................................................. 28
WIRE SERVICE DIGEST NOV. 27................................................................................................................................................................. 28
TRY SUTRISNO: "PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION IS BULLSHIT"....................................................................................................... 28
NO MASSACRE, SAYS ALATAS.................................................................................................................................................................. 28
U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING EXCERPT................................................................................................................................... 28
AUSTRALIA MAY REVIEW TIES................................................................................................................................................................ 29
PORTUGAL PUSHES SANCTIONS.............................................................................................................................................................. 29
MOCK 'RE-EVALUATION' ........................................................................................................................................................................... 29

East Timor Action Network

Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and connected computer networks 6, Dec. 10-16, 1991

EAST TIMOR - COLONIZING A COLONY (ASA NEWS).................................................................................................................. 3
THE LAND, THE PEOPLE......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
WIND OF CHANGE................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
INDONESIAN INVASION ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
INSIDE EAST TIMOR................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
TIME FOR ACTION................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
EAST TIMOR MASSACRE (ASA NEWS ADDENDUM)...................................................................................................................... 4
DEPUTY CHIEF FOR MILITARY INTELLIGENCE LEADING TEAM TO INVESTIGATE DEMONSTRATION IN DILI............... 5
COMMANDER OF THE INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES: DON'T MEDDLE IN INDONESIA'S INTERNAL AFFAIRS.................. 5
DILI RIOT WAS PLANNED -- SUDOMO...................................................................................................................................................... 5
CARRASCALAO 'KOMPAS' INTERVIEW .................................................................................................................................................... 6
ALI ALATAS: WE SHOULD WAIT FOR THE RESULTS OF THE INVESTIGATING TEAM................................................................ 7
INVESTIGATIVE TEAM TO BE FORMED IN CONNECTION WITH EAST TIMOR RIOT.................................................................. 7
UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA: CUT AID!............................................................................................................................................... 8
STATEMENT OF THE BISHOPS' CONFERENCE OF INDONESIA (BCI) ON THE INCIDENT IN EAST TIMOR............................. 8
BISHOPS' CONFERENCE OF INDONESIA, SIGNED ............................................................................................................................ 9
FEAR STALKS EAST TIMOR (ASIAWEEK)................................................................................................................................................. 9
A LEGACY OF SUFFERING (ASIAWEEK)................................................................................................................................................. 10
PROBOSUTEJO SUSPENDS INVESTMENT PLANS IN EAST TIMOR .................................................................................................. 10
DILI TRADERS INCOME DWINDLING SINCE BLOODY 12 NOV. INCIDENT (JAKARTA POST).................................................. 10
MINEWATCH CONDEMNS INDONESIA'S 'SAVAGE COLONIALISM ................................................................................................. 11
TIMOR REBELS SPURN HAWKE................................................................................................................................................................ 11
MOTHER SEARCHES FOR HER SON (KOMPAS) .................................................................................................................................... 11
52 U.S. SENATORS WRITE BUSH............................................................................................................................................................... 11
VERY MANY VICTIMS OF THE DILI INCIDENT ARE STILL IN HOSPITAL (PELITA) .................................................................... 12
WAITING FOR THE DILI INQUIRY (ASIAWEEK).................................................................................................................................... 12
CLOSING DOWN A LEFTOVER FROM PORTUGAL (TEMPO)............................................................................................................. 13
INDONESIA ATTACKS THE NATION (BANGKOK)............................................................................................................................... 13
WHO IS CIETACT?......................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
NAIRN MASSACRE ACCOUNT (NEW YORKER) .................................................................................................................................... 14
CHURCH URGES END TO TIMOR SHAME (AGE).................................................................................................................................. 15
ALP: ARMS SALES TO INDONESIA “MUST STOP” (AUSTRALIAN) .................................................................................................. 15
GENERAL TRY "KNOWS THE MASTERMIND" (JAKARTA POST)..................................................................................................... 15
TIMOR: ALATAS ISOLATED AT OIC? (LISBON CAPITAL).................................................................................................................. 15
LBH LASHES ARMY (TFI)............................................................................................................................................................................ 16
EAST TIMOR DISCUSSED IN THE BRITISH COMMONS...................................................................................................................... 16
NGO’S INVESTIGATED IN INDONESIA.................................................................................................................................................... 16
STOP ARMING INDONESIA (ACT)............................................................................................................................................................ 17
CANADA CUTS AID...................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
ACTION REPORT: CANADA....................................................................................................................................................................... 17
U.S. CONDEMNS ARMY AGAIN ................................................................................................................................................................ 17
STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING, DEC. 9: ........................................................................................................................................ 17
TIMOR CLOSING UP AGAIN?..................................................................................................................................................................... 18
WHITLAM CRITICIZES HAWKE................................................................................................................................................................ 18
East Timor Document Collection, Volume 6. Page 2 Dec. 10-16, 1991
WIRE SERVICE DIGEST 10 DEC................................................................................................................................................................... 18
SUHARTO LEAVES SENEGAL............................................................................................................................................................... 18
PORTUGAL: NO ISLAMIC MEDIATOR.............................................................................................................................................. 18
SOARES TALKS WITH BELGIAN KING.............................................................................................................................................. 19
PORTUGUESE AVIATION UNION BOYCOTT................................................................................................................................... 19
SINTONG PANJAITAN DEFENDS COMMANDER........................................................................................................................... 19
TROOPS RE-ENACT MASSACRE ......................................................................................................................................................... 19
MASSACRE PROMPTS CUT IN CANADIAN AID TO INDONESIA (TORONTO STAR)................................................................... 19
WHITLAM BLASTS HAWKE ON TIMOR (AUSTRALIAN)................................................................................................................... 19
AUSTRALIAN URANIUM TO INDONESIA?............................................................................................................................................. 20
INDONESIA THREATENS SUBVERSION TRIALS?.................................................................................................................................. 20
DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON ON TIMOR.......................................................................................................................................... 20
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC URGENT ACTION......................................................................................................... 21
RECOMMENDED ACTION:................................................................................................................................................................... 21
APPEALS TO:............................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
COPIES TO:............................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
CANADA CUTS OFF $30 MILLION IN AID TO INDONESIA................................................................................................................. 22
SANCTIONS AGAINST MASSACRE LEAVE SOME PROGRAMS UNTOUCHED ........................................................................ 22
REPORT: DEMO AT INDONESIAN U.N. MISSION DEC. 10................................................................................................................... 22
TODAY IS INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY. .................................................................................................................... 23
ORGANIZING U.S. -TIMOR SOLIDARITY GROUP................................................................................................................................. 23
EAST TIMOR PROTEST IN GERMANY (TAPOL).................................................................................................................................... 23
AMBASSADORS PUT ON THE SPOT .................................................................................................................................................. 23
MAASTRICHT VIDEO DEM O ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24
TIMOR GAP TREATY TO BE SIGNED....................................................................................................................................................... 24
MILITARY “CONCESSIONS” ....................................................................................................................................................................... 24
AID CUTS, 'NO EFFECT' ............................................................................................................................................................................... 25
THE GENOCIDAL BEGINNINGS OF PRESIDENT SUHARTO (GREEN LEFT).................................................................................... 25
STUDENTS TO MAASTRICHT, MARIO SOARES SPEECH (PUBLICO)............................................................................................... 25
BBC ON THE TERROR IN DILI.................................................................................................................................................................... 26
JAPAN'S BISHOPS WRITE TO BISHOP BELO AND U.N......................................................................................................................... 26
MALAYSIA PUBLIC MEETING CONDEMNS MASSACRE.................................................................................................................... 27
STATEMENT OF CONDEMNATION................................................................................................................................................... 27
‘SECRET MASS GRAVES’ SEARCH ............................................................................................................................................................ 27
PORTUGUESE MEDIA DEC.12.................................................................................................................................................................... 27
TIMOR GAP OIL EXPLORATIONS TO START (PUBLICO)............................................................................................................. 27
PORTUGUESE UNIONS MOURN ......................................................................................................................................................... 28
PORTUGUESE PARLIAMENTARIANS GO ABROAD ...................................................................................................................... 28
RESISTANCE FEARS ARMY THREATS............................................................................................................................................... 28
PORTUGUESE AMBASSADOR MEETS GHALI................................................................................................................................. 28
SOEHARTO: TO HELL WITH YOUR AID .................................................................................................................................................. 28
“NO MORE BODIES?” ................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
SCHOOLGIRL DESCRIBES SLAUGHTER................................................................................................................................................... 28
INDONESIA LOSES 'CREDIBILITY' ............................................................................................................................................................. 29
TIMOR GAP OIL CONTRACTS LET........................................................................................................................................................... 29
SOEHARTO CALLED 'SOFTIE'..................................................................................................................................................................... 29
TOKYO HUNGER STRIKE............................................................................................................................................................................ 29
MORE GRAVEDIGGING UNWITNESSED?................................................................................................................................................ 29
TRIALS FOR 21 TIMORESE STUDENTS.................................................................................................................................................... 30
AID CUT TO INDONESIA NOT ENOUGH, CANADIAN TIMOR SUPPORTERS SAY (ETAN)......................................................... 30
CUT OFF ARMS TO INDONESIA (TORONTO STAR)............................................................................................................................. 30
DENMARK CUTS OFF NEW AID............................................................................................................................................................... 31
PORTUGUESE MEDIA DEC. 13................................................................................................................................................................... 31
COMMEMORATION IN SANTA CRUZ CEMETERY....................................................................................................................... 31
PORTUGUESE UNIONS’ MINUTE OF SILENCE................................................................................................................................ 31
PORTUGUESE NEWSPAPER & ARTISTS SUPPORT TIMOR........................................................................................................... 31
AI CANNOT CONFIRM EXECUTION RUMORS............................................................................................................................... 31
BELO FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE? ....................................................................................................................................................... 31
DEATH IN TIMOR......................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
ARMY DAMAGES INDONESIA IMAGE.................................................................................................................................................... 31
THERE MUST BE AN INDEPENDENT TEAM .......................................................................................................................................... 31
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VATICAN ENVOY IN DILI! .......................................................................................................................................................................... 32
CAMPAIGN TO RELEASE 52 EAST TIMORESE DUE TO GO ON TRIAL (TAPOL)........................................................................... 32
WHICH HEADS WILL ROLL? ....................................................................................................................................................................... 32
TRY SUTRISNO IN PERIL?..................................................................................................................................................................... 33
TIMOR GAP CONTRACTS DENOUNCED (IPS) ....................................................................................................................................... 33
EAST TIMOR: THE NOVEMBER 12 MASSACRE AND ITS AFTERMATH (ASIA WATCH REPORT)............................................ 33

  1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................................. 33
  2. LEAD-UP TO THE DEMONSTRATION........................................................................................................................................... 33
  3. THE MASSACRE.................................................................................................................................................................................. 34
  4. THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.................................................................................................................................................................. 34
  5. TROOP MOVEMENTS........................................................................................................................................................................ 36
  6. THE IMMEDIATE AFTERMATH..................................................................................................................................................... 36
  7. THE DEATH TOLL .............................................................................................................................................................................. 36
  8. INVESTIGATIONS............................................................................................................................................................................... 37
  9. DOMESTIC REACTION...................................................................................................................................................................... 37
  10. DEMONSTRATIONS AND ARRESTS............................................................................................................................................. 38
  11. INTERNATIONAL REACTION........................................................................................................................................................ 38
    The United Nations............................................................................................................................................................................... 38
    The European Community.................................................................................................................................................................... 39
    Bilateral European actions..................................................................................................................................................................... 39
    Japan...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
    The United States.................................................................................................................................................................................. 39
    Canada ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
    Australia ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 39
    Guinea-Bissau........................................................................................................................................................................................ 39
  12. RECOMMENDATIONS..................................................................................................................................................................... 40
    APPENDIX 1:BISHOP BELO'S ACCOUNT OF THE 28 OCTOBER INCIDENT .............................................................................. 40
    OFFICIAL STATEMENT......................................................................................................................................................................... 40
    APPENDIX 2: EXTRACT FROM FOREIGN MINISTRY REPORT ................................................................................................... 41
    INCIDENT OF NOVEMBER 12 .............................................................................................................................................................. 41
    CONCLUSIONS......................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
    APPENDIX 3: EAST TIMORESE STUDENTS ARRESTED AFTER NOVEMBER 19...................................................................... 42
    FOR MORE INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 42

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THE SECRET LIFE OF HENRY KISSINGER (DURING THE INVASION).......................................................................................... 3
SECRET/SENSITIVE MEM ORANDUM OF CONVERSATION............................................................................................................ 3
A MESSAGE TO ALL EAST TIMOR SOLIDARITY GROUPS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. (XANANA GUSM AO)................... 4
CORRECTION ON DJAELANI ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5
UPDATED U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR INDONESIA................................................................................. 5
INDONESIA - CAUTION JANUARY 14, 1992........................................................................................................................................ 5
SENATOR WALLOP REACTS TO INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT REPORT ......................................................................................... 6
‘BETRAYAL’ BY THE SOUTH PACIFIC (DAVID ROBIE)......................................................................................................................... 6
LETTER FROM EAST TIMOR (PRIVATE EYE).......................................................................................................................................... 6
PRIVATE EYE HEARS FROM ARMY FRIEND ..................................................................................................................................... 6
WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT EAST TIMOR (LOREN RYTER).................................................................................................. 7
NO MEMBER OF PRAMUKA WAS INVOLVED IN THE DILI INCIDENT (SUARA KARYA) ............................................................ 8
NO PRAMUKAS JOINED 12 NOVEMBER DEMONSTRATION........................................................................................................ 8
COURT ALLOWS CROSSES REMOVAL IN CANBERRA PROTEST (AFP)............................................................................................. 8
REMOVAL OF EAST TIMORESE CROSSES “DISGRACEFUL” (CIET)............................................................................................. 8
EAST TIMORESE WILL NOT RECLAIM “DESECRATED” CROSSES ............................................................................................... 8
PORTUGAL PROPOSES TIMOR TALKS (REUTER) .................................................................................................................................. 9
JAKARTA REJECTS PORTUGUESE TALKS......................................................................................................................................... 9
ALATAS: WE WILL TALK ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9
SOARES DENOUNCES INDONESIA ....................................................................................................................................................... 9
SOARES CALLS FOR TALKS................................................................................................................................................................... 9
TIMOR REBEL LEADER CAPTURED (REUTER) ....................................................................................................................................... 9
TIMOR REBEL CAPTURE DENIED ........................................................................................................................................................ 9
FALANTIL LEADER CAPTURED (TAPOL) ........................................................................................................................................ 10
DA COSTA CAPTURE A BLOW TO TIMOR RESISTANCE (REUTER) .......................................................................................... 10
GUERRILLA COMMANDER CAPTURED BY INDONESIAN ARMY (IPS).................................................................................... 10
U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (UNHCR) TO MEET (REUTER).............................................................................................. 10
UNHCR POLITICS (AFP) ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
UNHCR CENSURE FOR INDONESIA?.................................................................................................................................................. 10
UN CONDEMNATION THREATENS INDONESIA (NRC HANDELSBALD) ................................................................................. 11
CANADA ASIA WORKING GROUP SUBMISSION TO UNHCR...................................................................................................... 11
BACKGROUND TO THE CURRENT HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION ............................................................................................ 11
ARBITRARY ARREST AND DETENTION, TORTURE AND ILL-TREATMENT.......................................................................... 11
EXTRA-JUDICIAL EXECUTIONS AND DISAPPEARANCES........................................................................................................... 12
MASSACRES OF CIVILIANS.................................................................................................................................................................. 12
RESTRICTIONS ON FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT, SPEECH AND ASSOCIATION....................................................................... 13
VIOLATIONS OF RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL AND COLLECTIVE RIGHTS..................................................................................... 13
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................................................................................................... 13
NOTES........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
TIMOR POLICY BASED ON FALSE PREMISES, SAYS HORTA (GREEN LEFT) ................................................................................. 14
EAST TIMORESE FEARFUL (REUTER) ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
‘STOP DELAYING THE INEVITABLE’ - FRETILIN (GREEN LEFT)..................................................................................................... 15
UK STANDS UP FOR EAST TIMOR (REUTER)........................................................................................................................................ 16
BELO: SHIP PROJTEST LEADERS HAVE ‘HEADS IN CLOUDS’ (REUTER) ........................................................................................ 16
MADDENING SILENCE (F.E.E.R.)............................................................................................................................................................... 16
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LISBON BLAMED FOR MUTED EC RESPONSE ON EAST TIMOR................................................................................................ 16
CANADIAN SOUL- SEARCHING ON TIMOR (ETAN)............................................................................................................................ 17
SUMMARY REPORT FROM ETAN/CANADA, JANUARY 28:........................................................................................................ 17
CARRASCALAO BLAMES APODETI (REUTER)..................................................................................................................................... 17
KOOIJMANS TORTURE REPORT .............................................................................................................................................................. 17
U.N. REPORT TELLS OF TORTURE PRACTICES IN INDONESIA (IPS)........................................................................................ 17
KOOJIMANS KEPT IN DARK (REUTER)............................................................................................................................................ 18
NEW WAVE OF TIMORESE ARRESTS (AFP)............................................................................................................................................ 18
PROPOSAL FOR A CONVENTION ON EAST TIMOR (CDPM)............................................................................................................. 18

  1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
  2. OBJECTIVES ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
  3. TIMING AND VENUE......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
  4. PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME.......................................................................................................................................................... 18
  5. PARTICIPANTS.................................................................................................................................................................................... 19
    CANADA KEEPS ON HEDGING................................................................................................................................................................. 19
    TIMOR JOURNALIST FIRED (ETAN/CANADA)...................................................................................................................................... 19
    OZ “FOUR CORNERS” PROGRAMME ON EAST TIMOR INCIDENT ................................................................................................. 19
    CARRASCALAO SURRENDER CALL (UPI).............................................................................................................................................. 19
    XANANA SURRENDER IMMINENT? (AFP)............................................................................................................................................. 19
    FRETILIN DENIES IMMINENT XANANA SURRENDER (REUTER).............................................................................................. 19
    FORMER PORTUGUESE LEADERS APPEAL TO THE U.S. (IPS)........................................................................................................... 20
    REPORT FROM EAST TIMOR ACTION NETWORK / U.S...................................................................................................................... 20
    THREE LETTERS TO EUROPEAN GOVERNMENTS (AGIR POUR TIMOR)....................................................................................... 22
    BISHOP BELO INVOLVED? (EDITOR, TEMPO) ....................................................................................................................................... 23
    TEMPO, 1 FEBRUARY 1992................................................................................................................................................................... 23
    WHAT HAPPENED TO GERHAN LANTARA?......................................................................................................................................... 23
    INDONESIA MAY RESUME NETHERLANDS AID TALKS (KYODO).................................................................................................. 24
    UN TO PROBE EAST TIMOR (REUTER) ................................................................................................................................................... 24
    U.N. DECISION TO SEND ENVOY PRAISED BY PORTUGAL AND E.C. (IPS).............................................................................. 25
    JAKARTA REFUSES FOREIGN INVESTIGATORS (REUTER) ......................................................................................................... 25
    U.N. ENVOY ON EAST TIMOR URGED TO SEEK ANSWERS FROM MILITARY (ASIA WATCH)............................................ 25
    MALAYSIAN GROUPS SUPPORT TIMORESE (GREEN LEFT)........................................................................................................... 25
    AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT INDONESIA HEARINGS (AFP).............................................................................................................. 26
    E.C. BACKS U.N. TIMOR TALKS (AFP)..................................................................................................................................................... 26
    EAST TIMOR UPDATE (ACTIVIST)........................................................................................................................................................... 26
    GUELPH U. RETHINKS AID .................................................................................................................................................................. 26
    MASSACRE SURVIVOR JAILED ........................................................................................................................................................... 26
    JOURNALISTS FIRED FOR REPORTING ............................................................................................................................................ 26
    MEDIA WATCH....................................................................................................................................................................................... 27
    ACTION OF THE MONTH-- .................................................................................................................................................................. 27
    NO MORE WEAPONS SALES -- CANADIAN ARMS EXPORTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS (ACTIVIST)........................................... 27
    AN OPTIMAL PROPOSAL..................................................................................................................................................................... 28
    CANDU TECHNOLOGY......................................................................................................................................................................... 28
    DEFENSE INDUSTRY PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAM ......................................................................................................................... 28
    BITNET DEBATE ON EAST TIMOR........................................................................................................................................................... 29
    FROM: LOREN RYTER, BROWN UNIV. .............................................................................................................................................. 29
    FROM: COBAN TUN............................................................................................................................................................................... 29
    FROM: DAVID KOHR, UNIV. OF ILLINOIS. ....................................................................................................................................... 30
    FROM: JOSEPH STIMPFL...................................................................................................................................................................... 30
    FROM: INDRA (ORIGINAL POSTER) .................................................................................................................................................. 30
    FROM: COBAN TUN............................................................................................................................................................................... 30
    FROM: "KEVIN F. GAW"........................................................................................................................................................................ 30
    FROM: OLIVER KORTENDICK M.A., KÖLN, GERMANY............................................................................................................... 30
    FROM: "MICHAEL L. LEHOULLIER"................................................................................................................................................... 30
    FROM: LOREN RYTER ........................................................................................................................................................................... 30
    FROM: ANTON H GUNAWAN ............................................................................................................................................................. 31
    AMNESTY CRITICIZES KPN REPORT (REUTER) ................................................................................................................................... 31
    AMNESTY REPORT: SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS.................................................................................................... 32
    SUMMARY............................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
    THE NATIONAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY................................................................................................................................... 32
    OTHER ASPECTS OF THE GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE................................................................................................................. 32
    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S RECOMMENDATIONS................................................................................................................. 32
    AMNESTY SHOCKS INDONESIA (REUTER)...................................................................................................................................... 32
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    PROTEST DEMONSTRATION PLANNED AS ALATAS VISITS LONDON (BCET)............................................................................ 33
    LORD AVEBURY ON AFTERMATH OF MASSACRE (LETTER TO THE TIMES).............................................................................. 33
    INDONESIA FACES U.K. DISPLEASURE OVER TIMOR (INDEPENDENT)......................................................................................... 33
    LABOUR DEMANDS JAKARTA ARMS BAN (GUARDIAN)........................................................................................................... 34
    HURD-ALATAS MEETING IN LONDON (AFP)................................................................................................................................. 34
    HURD URGES JUSTICE FOR MASSACRE (REUTER) ....................................................................................................................... 34
    ALATAS PLEDGES ACTION AGAINST THOSE RESPONSIBLE (AFP) .......................................................................................... 34
    KAUFMAN WARNS ALATAS ON HUMAN RIGHTS (LABOUR PARTY)..................................................................................... 34
    HURD RESISTS JAKARTA LINE OVER KILLINGS (GUARDIAN) .................................................................................................. 35
    BRITAIN CONTINUES ARMS SALES AND AID TO INDONESIA (INDEPENDENT)................................................................... 35
    UK SEEKS ACTION ON TIMOR DEATHS (TIMES)........................................................................................................................... 35
    JOURNALISTS EXCLUDED FROM ALATAS PRESS CONFERENCE (TAPOL)............................................................................. 35
    DR CAREY QUESTIONS U.K. ARMS SALES (LETTER TO THE GUARDIAN).................................................................................. 36
    ARMS TIE.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36
    STUDENT KILLED IN DILI BRAWL (AFP)................................................................................................................................................ 36
    INDONESIA TO PROMOTE TOURISM IN LOS ANGELES..................................................................................................................... 36
    CHINA WAFFLES ON TIMOR (IPS)............................................................................................................................................................ 36
    INDONESIA & GATT (UPI) .......................................................................................................................................................................... 36
    E.C. SAYS INDONESIAN INVESTIGATION OF EAST TIMOR MASSACRE INSUFFICIENT (AGENCE EUROPE) ....................... 37
    E.C. OFFICIAL PRESSES ALATAS (AFP).................................................................................................................................................... 37
    SUHARTO PROMISES TRIALS (AFP)......................................................................................................................................................... 37
    EAST TIMORESE IN JAKARTA CHARGED WITH SUBVERSION (ACFOA)...................................................................................... 37
    UPDATE.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
    REQUESTS................................................................................................................................................................................................. 38

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U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT ON INDONESIA FOR 1991........................................................................4
SECTION 1. RESPECT FOR THE INTEGRITY OF THE PERSON ....................................................................................................... 5
INCLUDING FREEDOM FROM:............................................................................................................................................................. 5
SECTION 2 . RESPECT FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES...................................................................................................................................... 7
INCLUDING:............................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
SECTION 3. RESPECT FOR POLITICAL RIGHTS: THE RIGHT OF CITIZENS TO CHANGE THEIR GOVERNMENT............. 8
SECTION 4. GOVERNMENTAL ATTITUDE REGARDING INTERNATIONAL AND NONGOVERNMENTAL
INVESTIGATION OF ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS.................................................................................... 9
SECTION 5. DISCRIMINATION BASED ON RACE, SEX, RELIGION, LANGUAGE, OR SOCIAL STATUS............................... 9
SECTION 6. WORKER RIGHTS................................................................................................................................................................ 9
TRANSCRIPT OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE (DECEMBER 9, 1991) .......................................................................11
AMY GOODMAN.................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
ALLAN NAIRN......................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
ANTONIO PAIS........................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
JOSÉ LUIS GUTERRES ............................................................................................................................................................................ 14
BENEDICT ANDERSON.......................................................................................................................................................................... 15
INDONESIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ALI ALATAS AROUND THE WORLD ......................................................................................17
ALATAS, IN LONDON, RULES OUT EAST TIMOR VOTE (UPI)........................................................................................................... 17
FACE TO FACE BETWEEN ALATAS AND JOLLIFFE....................................................................................................................... 17
JOURNALISTS BY INVITATION ONLY (INDEPENDENT).............................................................................................................. 18
ALATAS, IN BRUSSELS, SHOCKED BY AMNESTY REPORT (REUTER)............................................................................................. 18
ALATAS TO VISIT JAPAN TO EXPLAIN MASSACRE (KYODO) ......................................................................................................... 18
LETTER TO ALATAS (FREE EAST TIMOR JAPAN COALITION).................................................................................................. 18
WATANABE: AID NOT AFFECTED BY MASSACRE (REUTER) ................................................................................................... 19
ALATAS MEETS DIET MEMBERS FORUM ON EAST TIMOR ...................................................................................................... 19
KILLINGS WON’T END JAKARTA AID, ENVOY TOLD (JAPAN TIMES)...................................................................................... 19
ALATAS VISIT SPARKS DEBATE ON CONTINUED AID FOR INDONESIA (IPS)....................................................................... 20
ALATAS ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON (AFP)............................................................................................................................................ 20
CALL TO DEMONSTRATE.................................................................................................................................................................... 20
ALATAS DC PRESS CONFERENCE (UPI)............................................................................................................................................ 20
AFP ACCOUNT........................................................................................................................................................................................ 21
THE INDONESIAN COVER-UP (BOSTON GLOBE EDITORIAL)..................................................................................................... 21
ALATAS IN CANADA................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
CANADA MAINTAINING SANCTIONS? (REUTER)........................................................................................................................ 21
ALATAS IN PARIS (AFP).............................................................................................................................................................................. 22
ALATAS IN THE HAGUE (AFP).................................................................................................................................................................. 22
ALATAS: BAN ON FOREIGN JOURNALISTS A ‘TEMPORARY’ MEASURE (IPS)...................................................................... 22
INDONESIA ‘COMMITTED TO JUSTICE’ (REUTER)...................................................................................................................... 23
GOINGS ON ABOUT CANADA.................................................................................................................................................................23
CANADA TO CONTINUE AID SUSPENSION (UPI)................................................................................................................................. 23
FARAWAY BLOODSHED LEAVES A STAIN ON CANADA (GIBBONS).............................................................................................. 23
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CANADA CONSIDERS LIFTING SANCTIONS (OTTAWA CITIZEN).................................................................................................. 24
OTTAWA PONDERS EASING SANCTIONS ON INDONESIA (MONTREAL GAZETTE).............................................................. 24
MACDOUGALL MAY LIFT INDONESIAN SANCTIONS (TORONTO STAR)............................................................................... 25
ACTION ALERT ON INDONESIAN COMMISSION OF INQUIRY (ETAN/CANADA) ....................................................................... 25
U.N. ENVOY AMOS WAKO’S MISSION TO TIMOR.............................................................................................................................26
WAKO ARRIVAL REMARKS................................................................................................................................................................. 26
HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST MEETS UN SPECIAL EMISSARY...................................................................................................... 26
AS LONG AS IT’S NOT INVESTIGATIVE (EDITOR) ......................................................................................................................... 26
U.N. SPECIAL ENVOY NOT TO PROBE EAST TIMOR SHOOTING, SAYS ALATAS.................................................................. 26
INDONESIA TO ALLOW U.N. ENVOY VISIT EAST TIMOR ............................................................................................................ 26
ALATAS: WAKO CAN VISIT TIMOR................................................................................................................................................... 27
U.N. SPECIAL ENVOY TO MEET SUHARTO ON FRIDAY............................................................................................................... 27
U.N. ENVOY TO MEET INDONESIAN PRES. SUHARTO ................................................................................................................. 27
WAKO MEETS WITH MURDIONO...................................................................................................................................................... 27
WAKO ARRIVES IN DILI (AFP)............................................................................................................................................................. 28
WAKO MEETS CARRASCALAO........................................................................................................................................................... 28
UN ENVOY VISITS MASSACRE SITE, ENDS TIMOR TRIP.............................................................................................................. 28
SUHARTO TELLS OTHERS NOT TO IMPOSE THEIR VALUES ...................................................................................................... 28
FORCING FOREIGN VALUES ON OTHER COUNTRIES VIOLATES HUMAN RIGHTS: SUHARTO........................................ 29
WAKO: INDONESIA READY TO TRY SOLDIERS OVER TIMOR DEATHS................................................................................... 29
SUHARTO: SOLDIERS TO BE PROSECUTED ..................................................................................................................................... 29
U.N. ENVOY ENDS ITS SIX-DAY FACT-FINDING TRIP .................................................................................................................. 29
WAKO ENDS INDONESIAN VISIT (RADIO AUSTRALIA) ................................................................................................................. 29
SECURITY OPERATIONS IN DILI DURING WAKO VISIT (EDITOR)............................................................................................ 30
WAKO: I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE STAYED A LONG TIME (EDITOR)......................................................................................... 30
TEMPO ON WAKO’S DILI VISIT .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
JAKARTA WANTS TO CLOSE THE CHAPTER ON MASSACRE (IPS).......................................................................................... 31
PREPARING FOR THE PEACE BOAT ........................................................................................................................................................32
PROPOSAL: MISSION “PEACE IN TIMOR” .............................................................................................................................................. 32

  1. GENERAL VIEW OF THE SITUATION............................................................................................................................................ 32
  2. STRATEGY............................................................................................................................................................................................ 32
  3. BRIEF DESCRIPTION.......................................................................................................................................................................... 32
  4. PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
  5. DATE: 27TH FEBRUARY 1992........................................................................................................................................................... 32
    ANNEX 1 ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
    INDONESIA READIES FORCE FOR PORTUGUESE ARRIVAL........................................................................................................ 33
    ‘ARMADA’ TO STOP PEACE SHIP?..................................................................................................................................................... 33
    PEACE MISSION COULD FAIL FOR LACK OF FUNDS (IPS) .......................................................................................................... 33
    WAR SHIPS TO HEAD OFF PEACE ENVOY........................................................................................................................................ 33
    MORE SHIP ACTIONS IN SOUTH PACIFIC........................................................................................................................................ 34
    OZ GOV’T WARY OF PEACE SHIP....................................................................................................................................................... 34
    ROW THE BOAT ASHORE? ................................................................................................................................................................... 34
    DELEGATION FROM BROWN UNIVERSITY ON BOARD THE “LUSITANIA EXPRESSO”....................................................... 34
    INDONESIAN NAVY ON LOOKOUT (AFP)........................................................................................................................................ 34
    SCORES ARRESTED IN TIMOR (JAKARTA POST)........................................................................................................................... 35
    PRESS RELEASE ON U.S. PARTICIPATION IN PEACE SHIP ........................................................................................................... 35
    SECURITY OFFICIALS PREPARED TO FACE PORTUGUESE SHIP (JAKARTA POST).............................................................. 35
    INDONESIA BANS PEACE SHIP (DPA)................................................................................................................................................ 35
    TIMOR SEA MILITARY EXERCISES.................................................................................................................................................... 36
    ONTARIO STUDENT JOINS PEACE SHIP........................................................................................................................................... 36
    CANADIAN GOVERNMENT WARNS AGAINST PEACE SHIP ....................................................................................................... 36
    PEACE SHIP DEFIES INDONESIA!........................................................................................................................................................ 36
    SINK PEACE SHIP, SAY JAKARTA MP’S (AGE)................................................................................................................................ 36
    INDONESIAN MILITARY THREATENS TO PREVENT LANDING (REUTER) ............................................................................ 37
    AUSTRALIAN UNIONS: PROTECT PEACE BOAT! (REUTER) ...................................................................................................... 37
    EANES TO JOIN PEACE SHIP................................................................................................................................................................ 37
    PEACE SHIP DEAD IN WATER (UPI)................................................................................................................................................... 37
    EAST TIMOR PEACE VOYAGE CALLED OFF (JAPAN TIMES)....................................................................................................... 37
    PEACE-BOAT MISSION NOT CALLED OFF (TAPOL)...................................................................................................................... 38
    PEACE SHIP BACK ON COURSE (REUTER, UPI) .............................................................................................................................. 38
    FRETILIN WARNS INDONESIA ON SHIP (REUTER) ....................................................................................................................... 38
    PEACE SHIP PINUP (REUTER)............................................................................................................................................................. 38
    TRIALS OF CIVILIANS.................................................................................................................................................................................39
    RUSHED ‘JUSTICE’........................................................................................................................................................................................ 39
    TIMORESE FACE DEATH (REUTER)......................................................................................................................................................... 39
    IMPENDING TRIALS OF TIMORESE (ACFOA) ....................................................................................................................................... 39
    SITUATION OF EAST TIMORESE DETAINEES IN JAKARTA AND DILI..................................................................................... 39
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    ACTION..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
    AUSSIE FM: RELEASE TIMORESE! ............................................................................................................................................................ 40
    LAWYERS BARRED FROM QUESTIONING OF EAST TIMORESE DETAINEES (UPI) ..................................................................... 40
    LAWYER CALLS FOR DILI DETAINEES TO BE RELEASED (J.POST).................................................................................................. 40
    TIMORESE ‘SPY’ TRIALS............................................................................................................................................................................. 40
    TRIALS OF 13 NEAR (DPA).......................................................................................................................................................................... 40
    STOP THE SUBVERSION TRIALS, RELEASE ALL EAST TIMORESE POLITICAL PRISONERS! (TAPOL)..................................... 40
    PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTION:....................................................................................................................................... 41
    EAST TIMOR TRIALS TO START............................................................................................................................................................... 41
    TIMORESE PRISONER RELEASES (AFP)................................................................................................................................................... 41
    BANDUNG STUDENTS RELEASED (AFP) ................................................................................................................................................ 41
    BIG DILI TRIALS SOON (REUTER)............................................................................................................................................................. 41
    TRIALS OF MILITARY OFFICERS.............................................................................................................................................................42
    SOEHARTO PROMISES PUNISHMENT (AFP).......................................................................................................................................... 42
    E.C. URGES MILITARY TRIALS (REUTER)............................................................................................................................................... 42
    MILITARY COUNCIL DECISIONS (REUTER)........................................................................................................................................... 42
    MILITARY COUNCIL REPORT (FULL TEXT).......................................................................................................................................... 42
    ARMY PUNISHES OFFICERS (REUTER).................................................................................................................................................... 43
    PUNISHMENT STINGS ARMY (REUTER)................................................................................................................................................. 44
    US APPLAUDS PUNISHMENT .................................................................................................................................................................... 44
    PUNISHMENTS SATISFY DUTCH, UK...................................................................................................................................................... 44
    JAPAN PRAISES INDONESIAN MEASURES (JAPAN TIMES) ............................................................................................................... 44
    JAPAN LAUDS PUNISHMENT (REUTER) ......................................................................................................................................... 44
    U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION MEETS IN GENEVA.................................................................................................................45
    PORTUGAL ESPOUSES EAST TIMOR’S CAUSE (GUARDIAN) ............................................................................................................ 45
    CLASH AT U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (AFP)....................................................................................................................... 45
    BLAMING THE VICTIMS: JURISTS CRITICISE INDONESIA’S RESPONSE......................................................................................... 45
    ICJ LAMBASTES INDON. (AFP)............................................................................................................................................................ 46
    JAPAN UNDER INCREASING CRITICISM IN U.N. (ETNA)................................................................................................................... 46
    AUSTRALIAN DIPLOMATS LOSE THEIR COOL (ETNA)...................................................................................................................... 46
    ALLEGED COLLABORATOR OF INDONESIAN SECURITY FORCES ATTENDS UNHRC (HORTA)............................................. 47
    CANADA BACKS INDONESIA AT UNHRC (SOUTHAM)...................................................................................................................... 47
    JOURNALISTS BARRED FROM TIMOR..................................................................................................................................................47
    ASIA WATCH BLACKLISTED (FEER).................................................................................................................................................. 47
    MARK OF DISPLEASURE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 47
    PETER S. GOODMAN EXPULSION AND ARTICLES .............................................................................................................................. 48
    U.S. JOURNALIST FORCED TO LEAVE EAST TIMOR (AP/AFP) ................................................................................................... 48
    REUTER..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
    DPA ON GOODMAN EXPULSION....................................................................................................................................................... 48
    EAST TIMORESE DEFY TERROR TACTICS IN THE FIGHT TO BE FREE (GOODMAN, TELEGRAPH).................................. 48
    EAST TIMOR TENSE, ARMY GETS TOUGH (GOODMAN, NEWSDAY)........................................................................................ 49
    GOVERNMENT TO CURB JOURNALISTS ENTERING INDONESIA AS TOURISTS (JAKARTA POST)................................... 49
    EXPECTING SHIP, TIMOR CLOSED TO JOURNALISTS (AFP)....................................................................................................... 49
    REUTER:.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
    U.S. SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE HEARING...........................................................................................................50
    ASIA WATCH SENATE TESTIMONY......................................................................................................................................................... 50
    EXECUTIONS AFTER NOV. 12.............................................................................................................................................................. 50
    ARRESTS AND TRIALS SINCE NOVEMBER 12 ................................................................................................................................. 51
    HOW CAN THE U.S. HELP?.................................................................................................................................................................... 51
    COMMENT ON ASIA WATCH STATEMENT BY C. BUDIARDJO, TAPOL.: ................................................................................................... 52
    ALLAN NAIRN’S TESTIMONY............................................................................................................................................................. 52
    U.S. SENATE HEARING ON TIMOR (AFP)......................................................................................................................................... 52
    U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT AND SENATE HEARING (IPS)............................................................................................................ 52
    ASSORTED ARTICLES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.....................................................................................................................53
    ABILIO ARAUJO PRESS CONFERENCE IN LISBON................................................................................................................................ 53
    FRETILIN APPEALS IN LISBON FOR A WIDENING OF THE NATIONALIST CONVERGENCE............................................... 53
    CRITICISM OF PARTS OF THE RESISTANCE.................................................................................................................................... 53
    HELICOPTERS AND ARMOURED CARS HUNT FOR XANANA ................................................................................................... 53
    SUDOMO: GOVERNMENT WILL ISSUE REGULATION ABOUT NGO’S............................................................................................ 53
    WOLF AND HALL SAY INDONESIAN AID COULD BE CUT OFF UNLESS HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES CEASE.......................... 54
    Page 4. East Timor Documents, Volume 10. February 8-29, 1992.
    AUSTRALIAN ATTACHÉ: TERRITORIAL OPERATIONS GOOD FOR THE EAST TIMORESE (SUARA PEM BARUAN).......... 54
    INDONESIAN GENOCIDE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE QUINCENTENNIAL OF COLUMBUS’ VOYAGE.................................... 54
    AUSSIE TV ON TIMOR ................................................................................................................................................................................. 55
    8 FEB 1992. ABC-TV NEWS SYDNEY. CRAIG MCMURTRIE........................................................................................................... 55
    9 FEB 1992 . SBS-TV NEWS CANBERRA. ALAN SUNDERLAND .................................................................................................... 55
    9 FEB 1992 ABC-TV NEWS CANBERRA, BRENDA CONROY......................................................................................................... 55
    ACEH: INDONESIA’S FORGOTTEN TERROR (INDEPENDENT).......................................................................................................... 55
    COMMISSION OF INQUIRY NEEDED FOR ACEH (ASIA WATCH)............................................................................................... 56
    JERRY BROWN & PERTAMINA (LBO)...................................................................................................................................................... 56
    INDONESIAN CONNECTION................................................................................................................................................................ 56
    OPPOSITION DOUBTS UK GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO AID CONDITIONS (FINANCIAL TIMES) .............................. 57
    “WINDS OF CHANGE” IN THE AIR, SAYS GUERRILLA EXILE (IPS)................................................................................................... 57
    TIGHT MONEY HITS INVESTMENT (REUTER)...................................................................................................................................... 58
    E.C. TWELVE STATEMENT ......................................................................................................................................................................... 58
    INTERNATIONAL EAST TIMOR SOLIDARITY MEETING ................................................................................................................... 58
    PRESS RELEASE, 17 FEBRUARY 1992. ISSUED IN GENEVA............................................................................................................ 58
    REPORT OF EAST TIMOR ACTION NETWORK - U.S...................................................................................................................... 58
    ANGER OVER SALE OF NAVY VESSEL TO INDONESIA (UK INDEPENDENT)................................................................................ 59
    TORIES DEFEND INDONESIA ON KILLINGS (LETTER TO LONDON TIMES).................................................................................. 59
    GAO REPORT ON TIMOR MASSACRE RELEASED ................................................................................................................................ 60
    MORE KILLINGS IN EAST TIMOR (ASA)................................................................................................................................................ 60
    EAST TIMOR UPDATE........................................................................................................................................................................... 60
    INDONESIAN INVESTMENT DISINCENTIVES (REUTER)..................................................................................................................... 60
    MORE DETAILS ON THE SITUATION IN EAST TIMOR AFTER 12 NOVEMBER MASSACRE (CNRM)...................................... 61
    OECF (JAPAN) FUNDS SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN TIMOR...................................................................................................................... 61
    LEHIGH UNIVERSITY (BETHELEHEM, PA) CONFERENCE MARCH 3............................................................................................... 61
    THE HIDDEN GENOCIDE OF EAST TIMOR: EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS OF THE MASSACRE............................................... 61
    PROVIDENCE, RI PUBLIC MEETING MARCH 13 ................................................................................................................................... 61
    WITNESS TO SLAUGHTER: A REPORT ON THE SILENT GENOCIDE IN EAST TIMOR........................................................... 61
    DA COSTA, SYAFEI REM ARKS (REUTER)............................................................................................................................................... 61
    DA COSTA COMMENTS (AFP) ............................................................................................................................................................ 62
    BRIG. GEN THEO SYAFEI: I WILL HUNT THEM DOWN (TEMPO)............................................................................................... 62
    DUTCH COLUMNIST HITS OUT AT SUHARTO (NRC HANDELSBLAD) ......................................................................................... 62
    LOS ANGELES INDONESIA BUSINESS PROMOTION AND DEMONSTRATION.............................................................................. 63
    EAST TIMOR ACTION NETWORK TO PROTEST AT INDONESIAN BUSINESS FORUM......................................................... 63
    REPORT ON DEMONSTRATION AT INDONESIA TRADE/TOURISM PROMOTION IN LOS ANGELES............................... 64
    INDONESIA NETS $2.4BN FOR TOURISM IN 1991 ................................................................................................................................. 64
    THE MOOD IN DILI (REUTER) ................................................................................................................................................................... 64
    CHIEF MINISTER OF N.T. (AUSTRALIA) ATTACKED OVER DILI VIDEO (AGE)............................................................................ 65
    BOYCOTT NORTHERN TERRITORY GOVERNMENT! BOYCOTT DARWIN! BOYCOTT KAKADU! ................................... 65
    IPB APPEAL FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE................................................................................................................................................... 65
    TIMORESE FLUNKY FOR JAKARTA (RRI, BBC).................................................................................................................................... 66
    BOB MUNTZ SPEAKS IN JAPAN (JAPAN TIMES) ................................................................................................................................. 66
    EYEWITNESS TO DILI ATTACK RAPS JAKARTA............................................................................................................................ 66
    THE WAR NO LONGER FORGOTTEN (DARWIN REFUGEES, REUTER)........................................................................................... 66
    BISHOP BELO INTERVIEW IN INDONESIAN PRESS (AFP) ................................................................................................................... 67
    EAST WHAT? (WASHINGTON POST EDITORIAL)................................................................................................................................ 67
    IRIAN JAYA FAMINE (REUTER)................................................................................................................................................................ 67

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