Saturday, November 30, 2013

1) Separatist Killed in Lead-Up to OPM Anniversary

1) Separatist Killed in Lead-Up to OPM Anniversary
2) Police on high alert ahead  of Papuan separatist anniversary
3) TNI hunts soldier’s shooters  in Papua
4) Developing papua
5) THE PAPUA commemorated urge KNPB 1 DESEMBER
8) West Papua activist says PNG is threatening him with arrest


1) Separatist Killed in Lead-Up to OPM Anniversary

A day before the 48th anniversary of the Free Papua Movement (OPM), an outlawed militant separatist organization, a member of the group was killed in an exchange of gunfire between fighters and police in Papua’s Jayapura district.
Brig. Gen. Paulus Waterpauw, Papua’s deputy police chief, told state-run Antara news agency that officers were “still at the site” and that the identity of the slain militant remained unknown.
A policeman was shot in the hand during the incident and was in stable condition, Paulus said.
The officers, members of the Police Mobile Brigade (Brimob), were on patrol when the separatists opened fire.
The Indonesian military (TNI) has increased its presence in the province in the past decade.
Earlier this week, TNI solider First Sgt. Wandi Ahmad was shot and injured severely while walking in Illu market, in Papua’s Puncak Jaya district.
Col. Lismer Lumban Siantar, a TNI spokesman, said that Wandi was shot in the face by an unidentified assailant who fled into the forest.
On Friday, the National Police said that they had temporarily increased their forces in Papua by 100 officers to anticipate the OPM’s anniversary, but said that there was no urgent threat.
Gen. Sutarman, the National Police chief, told the Jakarta Globe on Thursday that he would pay special attention to restive Papua.
“We should solve violence in Papua with a humane approach,” he said.
Despite these soft words, he said police would have zero tolerance for displays of the Morning Star flag — a symbol of Papuan separatism.

2) Police on high alert ahead  of Papuan separatist anniversary

Nethy Dharma Somba, The Jakarta Post, Jayapura | Archipelago | Sat, November 30 2013, 8:52 PM
Papua Police chief Insp. Gen. Tito Karnavian has said more police would be out on patrol and approaching local religious figures in an attempt to maintain public order ahead of the Free Papuan Movement (OPM) anniversary, which falls in Dec. 1.

“We will carry out more patrols in areas such Puncak Jaya, Lanny, Jaya, Mamberamo Jaya, Puncak Jaya, Jayapura, Sarmi and Keerom to avoid unnecessary conflicts,” Tito said recently, as quoted
Tensions in the easternmost province are high as several shootings allegedly by OPM sympathizers have claimed the lives of  police officers, soldiers and civilians.
3) TNI hunts soldier’s shooters  in Papua
The Jakarta Post | The Archipelago | Sat, November 30 2013, 11:15 AM
The XVII/Cenderawasih Military Command (Kodam) chief Maj. Gen. Christian Zebua said Friday that both military and police would hunt for those who shot a soldier in Ilu market, Puncak Jaya regency, in Papua.

“We will seek and destroy those who are armed and disrupt public security, perpetrate shootings and disturb the government,” he said on Friday.

“The military and police will keep hunting down assailants because shooting innocent people violates human rights.”

Chief Sgt. Wandi Ahmad was shot on Thursday and his condition was improving after being treated at Marthen Indey Army Hospital in Jayapura, the Kodam chief spokesman Col. Lismer Lumban Siantar said.

Meanwhile, the body of David, a public minivan driver who was shot dead on Thursday, had been sent to his home in Wamena, Jayawijaya regency.

David was shot at 3:30 p.m., 5 hours after unknown assailants shot Wandi.
4) Developing papua
The Jakarta Post, Jayapura | Archipelago | Fri, November 29 2013, 1:11 PM

Cendrawasih Military Command commander Maj. Gen. Christian Zebua meets with soldiers assigned to build 96 kilometers of new roads in Sarmi, Papua on Friday. As many as 200 soldiers have been deployed to the construction project and it is expected the project could be completed next year.(JP/Nethy Dharma Somba)
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5) THE PAPUA commemorated urge KNPB 1 DESEMBER
Author : Benny Mawel on November 30, 2013 at 19:57:34 WP
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Ones Suhun and Assa Aso ( Jub / Mawel )

Jayapura , 30/11 ( Jubi ) - West Papua National Committee ( KNPB ) appealed to the entire nation of Papua to commemorate and celebrate the Anniversary ( HUT ) to 52 Papuan independence , on December 1 2013 tomorrow .

" We appeal to the people of Papua , already appealed to celebrate Independence penggurus KNPB region . To parents , TPN - OPM please do the ceremony , "said Ones Suhun , Secretary General KNPB to the media at a press conference at Café Prima Garden , Abepura , City of Jayapura , Papua , ( 30/11 ) .

Balim KNPB Chairman , Simeon Daby said it would celebrate in his own way . " We certainly celebrate in our own way , " he said via cell phone from Wamena , the Jubi .

In a release given to reporters , said the embryo state KNPB Papua has stolen 19 days after dideklarasika , " ... embryonic state born of West Papua Papua Council ( Niuw Guinea Raad ) and declared the Morning Star flag raising through December 1, 1961 has been stolen 19 days later by character expansionisme TRIKORA Soekarno through December 19, 1961 which ordered the dissolution of the state of West Papua , "wrote KNPB in a release .

According KNPB , Papuan people never let the annexation , taking over of the independence . Papuan People continue to take the fight to reclaim the sovereign right of the nation of Papua until the 52nd . " Resistance is kept rolling that Indonesia and the world should realize that the people of Papua demanding equal political rights with other nations in the world , " wrote KNPB in the release .

Board KNPB said KNPB as West Papua National media struggle , according to the direction of the National Parliament of West Papua ( PNWP ) convey some urge in celebration once the resistance to self-determination .

First , the celebration can be carried out in accordance expression , respectively , by raising the Morning Star flag , Worship , Music Concert , Discussion , pulpit -free or peaceful demonstration .

Secondly , not provoked by provocation , terror mental / physical and the threat from Indonesian colonial rulers aimed at blocking and cover the history of the sovereignty of the nation of Papua .

Third , the action of magnitudes celebration will be conducted in Port Moresby , PNG . Flag raising will also be carried out in Australia , New Zealand , the UK and support networks in other countries , "said Ones Suhun in his comments to the media .

According KNPB , the action was to show that the right of self-determination must be respected , to be recognized , to be supported and pursued by all human beings on this earth . ( Jubi / Mawel )
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Author : Victor Mambor on December 1, 2013 at 1:08:46 WP
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 The body of Eduard Ongkoseray After shot ( IST )

Jayapura , 1/12 ( Jubi ) - Statement by Deputy Police Chief of Papua , Brig . Paul Waterpauw disebuah national media about the incident that killed a Depapre contrary to the claims Yongsu villagers , Depapre District , Jayapura .

Deputy Police Chief of Papua , in the news in the national media said that there had been an armed clash between the Mobile Brigade ( Brimob ) RI State Police ( INP ) with paramilitary groups (BCC ) in the region Depapre Papua , Jayapura , on Saturday killing a member of the KSB . In addition , mention is also a member of the Papua Police Mobile Brigade was shot in his hand . However, villagers contacted Yongsu Jubi , Saturday ( 30/11 ) night said no gunfire in Depapre . Residents who do not wish to be named this , recognizes that a citizen named Eduard Okoseray ( 40 ) day-to- day work as a secretary Yongsu village , District Depapre , had died because they were shot by members of Brimob members .

Residents of Kampung other Yongsu asked to remain anonymous , contacted Jubi , Saturday ( 30/11 ) night , giving the same information .
" It happened on 29 november 2013. Eduard does not account for operational funds hometown . District Police Chief facilitation of Brimob

Papua police acting arbitrarily Eduard shoot . " The resident said .

This incident is also recorded by Matthew Murib , Director of Baptist Voice . Matthew said , " The victim Eduard Okoseray men ( 40 ) , is a village secretary Yongsu , Brimob brutality victims in Kampung Yapsi , Depapre , Jayapura regency ( 11.29.13 ) .

Other police -related incidents version called by police as Crossfire is delivered by the Head of the Papua Police spokesman , Chief . Sulistyo Pudjo Hartono , Saturday ( 30/11 ) afternoon . Pudjo from the police explained that there is one member affected by a bullet which broke its own , according to the police version that occurred before the shootout . In a statement to this reporter , said the incident Pudjo own bullet which broke the ambush to take place in the headquarters of armed citizens group that has been calling itself Group Cycloop King .
" Before the shootout , when one member of inserting bullets to guns , no bullets which explode themselves . The bullet is too active , when inserted into the barrel and pull ( cock ) immediately erupts , there are members of the bullets hit . It when it was on top of the car . Members hit in the cheek and lodged in the shoulder , but that's okay , in a safe condition , it is still in the hospital Bhayangkara , " said Papua Police 's Head of Public Relations .

Pudjo also claims the police have seized a number of items of evidence .

However, villagers contacted Yongsi Jubi said there really no gunfire .
" The police say the wrong build , please advocate for residents Depapre currently being displaced by fear . No casualties were hit by police gunfire . He shot himself due to hold a weapon in a state of siege and the road to the village Yongsu is a bumpy road . "Continued the residents of Kampung Yongsu . ( Jubi / Victor Mambor )
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Author : Mark You on November 30, 2013 at 22:59:34 WP
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 Apples Joint Military / Police in Nabire ( 30/11 ) at 8 am on the Way Home Flower Garden Nations Protocol . ( Photo : Erry )

Jayapura , 30/11 ( Jubi ) - Residents of Papua in Nabire asked not to engage in activities which will be December 1 is celebrated as Independence Day of Papua . Residents are also prohibited from pledging the word " independence " , including raising the Morning Star flag .

This was confirmed Nabire police chief Adjunct Senior Commissioner Hutapea Tagor apple when combined military / police , Saturday ( 30/11 ) morning . The combined apple held in front of the road will be done tomorrow December 1st thanksgiving worship .

Police in the direction requested all personnel remain alert ahead of December 1 so that there is no insurgency in the region Nabire.

Additionally within the city , the police chief said , standby force in a number of places that are considered vulnerable . Police said Tagor Hutapea , ahead of tomorrow December 1 , the joint forces have been downgraded to critical points .

Committee Chairman Anniversary Celebration December 1 in Nabire , Inggeruhi Gunawan said the activity only in the form of worship together . " Plan of worship that we have to say , but there was no permission from the police , " he said by telephone as confirmed seller, Saturday ( 30/11 ) night .

Gunawan said , though not permitted , it would still hold worship . " The committee continues to prepare for tomorrow we performed worship of gratitude , " he said as he states , there is no raising of the Morning Star and others.

Before apple combined , police chief and commander of the committee come in the Flower Garden Oyehe Nations . Delivering the ban. After apple was visited by members of the committee Intelkam Nabire Police while handing a letter to the No. Pol . 684/XI/2013/Intelkam regarding unpublished STTP ( Receipt Notice ) .

Since 16 November, the citizens of the former district office cleaning in Oyehe Nabire Parliament . It's usually used by people for the celebration of December 1 of each year . Over the last few days , preparations continue to be made , ranging from painting the walls in blue , white and red . Also , tents and prepared the pulpit worship alongside former pole raising of the Morning Star in 2000 . ( Jubi / Mark You)
8) West Papua activist says PNG is threatening him with arrest

The Guardian Marni Cordell  Saturday 30 November 2013 19.54 EST

Benny Wenda claims he was greeted with warning letter after arriving in Port Moresby to raise morning star banner

The West Papuan activist Benny Wenda has said immigration officers in Papua New Guinea threatened to have him arrested along with an Australian lawyer for "engaging in political activities" and breaching their visa conditions.
Wenda and Jennifer Robinson plan to take part in an event in Port Moresby on Sunday to mark the West Papuan national day of 1 December. The event will culminate in a raising of the Indonesian province's banned morning star flag at the Port Moresby city hall.
Wenda, who lives in exile in the United Kingdom, told Guardian Australia: "The immigration and police are outside the hotel and they want to arrest me in a few hours' time. I'm sure that the Indonesians gave the order to do it."
He still expected the demonstration on Sunday to go ahead as planned. "Even if they arrest me and put me in jail, my people and all our Papua New Guinean friends are ready to still [raise the morning star flag]."
An organiser for the event, who asked not be named, told Guardian Australia: "Immigration officers and police came to the hotel where we are staying and they issued Benny with a letter. It's a bit of a siege here actually."
The letter was issued by the PNG immigration authorities and warned Wenda that taking part in political activities was a breach of his visitor's entry visa.
The organiser said: "It won't stop the action going ahead. Benny is ready to get arrested and people are ready to protect him."
The threat came as a surprise to Robinson and Wenda who have said they are in PNG at the invitation of the Port Moresby governor, Powes Parkop.

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