More armed West Papuan rebels declare allegiance to Indonesia — West Papua

July 31, 2020

More and more armed West Papuan rebels have surrendered and declared their allegiance to the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia over the past few months of 2020. 863 more words

More armed West Papuan rebels declare allegiance to Indonesia — West Papua

The killing of Kelly Kwalik and Papua conflict

December 26, 2009

Neles Tebay , Abepura | Thu, 12/24/2009 9:08 AM | Jakarta Post

Kelly Kwalik was recognized as a prominent Papuan leader of the armed wing of the Free Papua Movement (OPM). He resisted Indonesia’s rule over Papua until the last day of his life, Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2009. Read the rest of this entry »

Six Arrested For Raising Rebellious Flag In Indonesian Province

July 22, 2008

news from Bernama
July 21, 2008 16:24 PM

JAKARTA, July 21 (Bernama) — Indonesian police have detained six people for raising up separatist flag in easternmost province of West Papua in Indonesia at the weekend, National police spokesman Sulistyo said Monday.

The spokesman said that the six out of 46 people questioned by the police on Saturday, had been detained and allegedly involved in the hoisting of the flag known as “Bintang Kejora or Morning Star” in the province.

“The six persons were accused of involving a subversive act, by raising the flag,” Sulistyo told China’s Xinhua news agency on Monday. Read the rest of this entry »

The Indonesian military is not genocidal

March 19, 2008

August 2006 in The Australian Financial Review, Sidney Jones wrote a very interesting analysis on Indonesian Military in Papua Province. She said that over the last five years, serious human rights violations by Indonesian Military in Papua have become more infrequent and usually in response to the use of violence by others. I think all Papuan should work hand in hand to further push Indonesian Military reform in one side, and bury the movement of the OPM (Free Papua Organization) in other side because the OPM is no more a reliable source than the military in terms of reporting on incidents of human rights violation in Papua. Read the rest of this entry »