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河内謙策・人権派弁護士
土井香苗・ヒューマン・ライツ・ウォッチ日本代表、弁護士
麻生晴一郎・ノンフィクションライター
ぺマ・ギャルポ・桐蔭横浜大学法学部教授
水谷尚子・中国現代史研究者、中央大学 等 非常勤講師
ケイレト・フビスカルト・内モンゴル人民党日本代表
北井大輔・アムネスティー日本
川島高峰・明治大学教授

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具体的な内容は・良心の囚人について・民族文化破壊について・ジャスミン革命などについて。という流れで予定しています。
その後、質疑応答を30分程度行いたいと思います。

No.1369 2011/05/31(Tue) 12:09:40
Protest Demonstration by the Mongols in front of Chinese embassy in Washington DC, USA , / on May 29, 2011 demanding Justice for Mr. Mergen and rights for the Mongols under Chinese rule.



No.1368 2011/05/31(Tue) 12:08:02
2011年5月30日草原を守れ!人権を守れ!在日モンゴル人の抗議行動 / 2011.05.30 Tokyo . Mongolchuud eserguutslee ilerhiilev

No.1363 2011/05/31(Tue) 02:46:29

Re: 2011年5月30日草原を守れ!人権を守れ!在日モンゴル人の抗議行動 / Yeke Mongol







No.1367 2011/05/31(Tue) 11:35:32
(No Subject) / Pray of Inner Mongolia
自由と平和!
No.1359 2011/05/30(Mon) 20:03:29
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No.1358 2011/05/30(Mon) 16:14:14
Mongolia Ulaabaatar / モンゴル国で昨日デモ







No.1357 2011/05/30(Mon) 01:53:46
May 29: Protests Spread in China's Mongolian Region, More Cities Under Marshal Law (New Photos Available) / SMHRIC
Chinese authorities have declared martial law in major cities of the Mongolian region including Hohhot, Tongliao, Ulaanhad (Chifing in Chinese), and Dongsheng in the face of mass protests by students and herders. Tight Security has been imposed as the authorities attempt to quash any protest and unrest. The Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center (SMHRIC) received new photos from Hohhot, showing police and army troops deployed to exert control over possible protesters (see the photos below).
According to reliable sources, despite the tight security, on May 28, 2011, hundreds of Mongolian students and herders took to the streets of eastern Southern Mongolia’s Ulaanhad (Chi Feng) City to demand the rights of the Mongolian people be respected.

“Yes, Mongolian students took to the streets of Xincheng District of Ulaanhad yesterday,” a business person near the Ulaanhad Normal School, home to thousands of Mongolian students, said.



“Some Mongolian herders from fairly long distances also joined the protest,” a Mongolian physician who asked not to be identified told SMHIRC, “but the protestors were dispersed shortly by riot police and army.”

Riot police and army troops have been dispatched to Tongliao Municipality (former Jirim League), home to the largest Mongolian population (1.5 million), where all Mongolian schools and colleges are now under heavy guard.

“I have been put under home confinement, and if I want to go out I must get an approval,” Mr. Almas Sharnud, a dissident and activist in Tongliao City, told SMHRIC over the phone, “two security personnel follow me publicly when I go out.”

“Several friends of mine told me that on the morning of May 28, around 6:00AM, hundreds of Mongols gathered near the Sharmurun Square,” Almas said, “but reportedly they were immediately dispersed by the army deployed from the Shen Yang Military District.”

“No one can get close to Sharmurun Square now. There is heavy presence of army and police,” a Mongolian company worker who asked not to be identified told SMHRIC over the phone.

In Dongsheng, capital city of the coal-rich Ordos league, the authorities are on high alert. Streets are sealed off and schools are closed.

“Police visit our home more regularly than before and monitor our daily activities even closer,” Ms. Bayanhuaar, wife of Batzangaa who was deported from Mongolia back to China while he was seeking political asylum with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee (UNHCR) in Ulaanbaatar, told SMHRIC, “it is extremely outrageous that they try to control our every movement.”

In Shiliin-gol league, where the first protests started following the killing of Mergen, security is extremely tight. The League capital Shiliin-hot, Left Ujumchin Banner, Right Ujumchin Banner, Shuluun Huh Banner, and Huveet Shar Banner are under the highest alert. Another 9 herders were arrested in Sangiindalai Sum alone in Shuluun Huh Banner. Y. Baatar, a prominent activist and right defender, has been missing since Friday. Despite the security clampdown, hundreds of herders in Hankal sum of Shuluun Huh Banner continue a round-the-clock blockade of oil company trucks.

Social media including QQ instant messenger, text messaging and Internet chatting that played a crucial role in organizing large scale of protests in the region are almost completely shutdown. Phone calls to many schools, colleges and institutions where there are substantial number of Mongolian students are mostly unanswered.

In this unprecedented surge of protests throughout Southern Mongolia, where the pent up grievances of millions of Mongols have surfaced, the SMHRIC joins the many individuals and human rights organizations who have urged Chinese authorities to show restraint and conciliation and avoid bloodshed and violence. We urge Chinese authorities to see these protests as an opportunity to engage in dialogue with the Southern Mongolians and understand that these actions are an expression of a people’s desire to achieve their constitutionally guaranteed rights. These rights can no longer be disrespected.


Photos of Hohhot, capital city of Southern Mongolia, under marshal law (05/29/2001):






No.1356 2011/05/30(Mon) 01:17:52
阿嘉仁波切为蒙古人莫日根超渡(多图) / Ajaa gegeen taliigaach Mergenii toloo buyany nom unshisan gej medeelj baina
来源:朱瑞博客 作者:朱瑞





今天,在美国印第安那州布鲁明顿的蒙藏文化中心,阿嘉仁波切为蒙古牧人莫日根举行了百灯供超渡法会。他说,在为莫日根超渡的同时,我们更应该警タ所谓的对自然资源的“开发”,清楚一切侵犯我们合法权益的行为,应该为我们后代的正常生存创造条件。同时,阿嘉仁波切呼吁中国政府,依法处理这一重大事件,重视目前普遍存在的对自然环境的严重破坏和对各种资源的疯狂掠夺。



http://www.peacehall.com/news/gb/china/2011/05/201105282344.shtml

No.1355 2011/05/29(Sun) 00:48:57
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