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Unregistered
11-12-07, 10:59
dunyaning hemme yeride insan heqliri kuni munasiwiti bilen namayish boptu. nime uchun torontoda bolmidi?

Unregistered
11-12-07, 16:40
Toronto'da namayish boldi we 7 Uyghur qatnashti.
6-7 teshkilat bille namayish otkuzuldi



CHINA RIGHTS NETWORK

MEDIA RELEASE December 10, 2007

Human Rights and the Olympics

The China Rights Network, a coalition of human rights activist groups with deep concerns about rights abuses in China, will come to the door of the Canadian Olympic Committee next Monday to deliver a message and a challenge:

International Human Rights Day

PRESS CONFERENCE & DEMONSTRATION

Monday, December 10, 4:00 pm

Outside the National Office of the Canadian Olympic Committee

21 St. Clair Avenue East (150m E of Yonge), Toronto

The background:
In April, 2001 Liu Jingmin, Vice-President of the Beijing Olympic Bid Committee, stated:

"By allowing Beijing to host the Games you will help the development of human rights".
Olympic Values include: “spread the values of sport to all sections of society … find long-lasting solutions for better human development … act against any form of discrimination … promoting a peaceful society concerned with the preservation of human dignity."

But in China today:

* democracy and human rights activists are beaten and jailed,
* local media and the internet are severely censored,
* the religions and languages of Tibetans and Uyghurs are repressed,
* Falun Gong practitioners are tortured and murdered,
* two thirds of the world’s executions take place annually.


By ignoring this human rights catastrophe, the Canadian and International Olympic Committees are ignoring the values and principles they claim to hold dear. If the COC refuses to speak out publicly it is, in effect, tolerating and even endorsing brutal repression. This is not what Canadians want.

At this Press Conference, CRN will be represented by its Chair, Michael Craig, and leaders of the organizations listed below. Dozens of CRN supporters will demonstrate their anger at COC inaction.

For further information:
Michael Craig – 416-533-3830


CHINA RIGHTS NETWORK represents: Amnesty International • Canada Tibet Committee • Falun Dafa Human Rights Association • Federation for a Democratic China • Students for a Free Tibet • Taiwanese Human Rights Association • Tibetan Women’s Association • Tibetan Youth Congress • Toronto Association for Democracy in China • Uyghur Canadian Association

Unregistered
11-12-07, 17:24
Kanadada namayish bolmidi.nawada bolsimu Memet tohti hichkimge uqturmay oghurluqche yalghuz oz oghli bilen Tibetlikler orunlashturghan namayishqa Kanadaning bayriqini koturup cheqsa cheqqandu?

lekin dawamliq cheqiwatqan uyghhurlargha namayish uqturushini qilghini yoq.

buninggha DUQ ijra reisiliri nime deydikin bilmiduq.

Vancouver Canada
12-12-07, 00:49
Kanadada namayish bolmidi.nawada bolsimu Memet tohti hichkimge uqturmay oghurluqche yalghuz oz oghli bilen Tibetlikler orunlashturghan namayishqa Kanadaning bayriqini koturup cheqsa cheqqandu?

lekin dawamliq cheqiwatqan uyghhurlargha namayish uqturushini qilghini yoq.

buninggha DUQ ijra reisiliri nime deydikin bilmiduq.

Canada'da namayish boldi. Toronto'da bolghandu yaki bolmighandu, uni bilmeymen, emma Vancouver de Namayish boldi. bashqiche elip eytqanda, Canada'da Namayish boldi.

Unregistered
12-12-07, 01:30
COC's Toronto office targeted for demonstration

JAMES CHRISTIE

Globe and Mail Update

December 6, 2007 at 10:58 AM EST

The Canadian Olympic Committee's office building in Toronto will be targeted for a demonstration on Monday, as a number of associations come together to protest against human rights abuses in China and the Olympic host city of Beijing.

But while the issues are global, the demonstration is expected to be boringly Canadian — more a polite disagreement than an upheaval. The biggest disturbance will be traffic flow in a midtown Toronto rush hour.

Michael Craig, the chairman of the China Rights Network, an umbrella name for 10 activist groups, said the protest will involve placards and loudspeakers, but no storming of the COC offices or demands that Canada pull out of China's Olympics next year. The demonstration comes on United Nations human rights day.

Chris Rudge, the chief executive officer of the Canadian Olympic Committee, said his organization has no special security plans for the day. He has met with Craig at least twice, "and he understands that I have a grasp of the issues, as does he. But we support the position of Jacques Rogge [the president of the International Olympic Committee] in that we are not a political organization, but a sports organization.


"We hope that the Olympic Games will bring significant changes in human rights and the environment and freedoms of the press. The very presence of 20,000 accredited media and 10,000 non-accredited media will make a difference. And there's no better metaphor for how the world could be better than having 10,000 athletes of different colours and creeds in the Games city."

Craig said that in his meetings with Rudge "we politely agreed to disagree. … Basically, this demonstration is because we got nowhere with the COC in asking them to help us get the word out or getting our side into their newsletter. They totally uphold the IOC's position in not challenging China on the human rights issue."

He said the demonstration outside the COC offices will be short because the protesters need to lend support to a Tibetan women's group protest at a downtown Toronto consulate scheduled for the same time.

Meanwhile, the Switzerland-based Center on Housing Rights and Evictions issued a statement yesterday that China's wide-scale relocation of residents as it prepares for the Olympic Games will force the eviction of 1.5 million residents.

COHRE has said China evicts 13,000 residents a month, but the director of the Beijing Olympic construction committee says those numbers are tremendously inflated and COHRE has not recognized the affordable housing that has been built for displaced residents.

"In Beijing, and in China more generally, the process of demolition and eviction is characterized by arbitrariness and lack of due process," the COHRE statement said. "In many cases, tenants are given little or no notice of their eviction and do not receive the promised compensation."

http://www.globesports.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20071206.wsptcoc6/GSStory/GlobeSportsOther/home





Toronto'da namayish boldi we 7 Uyghur qatnashti.
6-7 teshkilat bille namayish otkuzuldi



CHINA RIGHTS NETWORK

MEDIA RELEASE December 10, 2007

Human Rights and the Olympics

The China Rights Network, a coalition of human rights activist groups with deep concerns about rights abuses in China, will come to the door of the Canadian Olympic Committee next Monday to deliver a message and a challenge:

International Human Rights Day

PRESS CONFERENCE & DEMONSTRATION

Monday, December 10, 4:00 pm

Outside the National Office of the Canadian Olympic Committee

21 St. Clair Avenue East (150m E of Yonge), Toronto

The background:
In April, 2001 Liu Jingmin, Vice-President of the Beijing Olympic Bid Committee, stated:

"By allowing Beijing to host the Games you will help the development of human rights".
Olympic Values include: “spread the values of sport to all sections of society … find long-lasting solutions for better human development … act against any form of discrimination … promoting a peaceful society concerned with the preservation of human dignity."

But in China today:

* democracy and human rights activists are beaten and jailed,
* local media and the internet are severely censored,
* the religions and languages of Tibetans and Uyghurs are repressed,
* Falun Gong practitioners are tortured and murdered,
* two thirds of the world’s executions take place annually.


By ignoring this human rights catastrophe, the Canadian and International Olympic Committees are ignoring the values and principles they claim to hold dear. If the COC refuses to speak out publicly it is, in effect, tolerating and even endorsing brutal repression. This is not what Canadians want.

At this Press Conference, CRN will be represented by its Chair, Michael Craig, and leaders of the organizations listed below. Dozens of CRN supporters will demonstrate their anger at COC inaction.

For further information:
Michael Craig – 416-533-3830


CHINA RIGHTS NETWORK represents: Amnesty International • Canada Tibet Committee • Falun Dafa Human Rights Association • Federation for a Democratic China • Students for a Free Tibet • Taiwanese Human Rights Association • Tibetan Women’s Association • Tibetan Youth Congress • Toronto Association for Democracy in China • Uyghur Canadian Association

Unregistered
12-12-07, 01:32
COC's Toronto office targeted for demonstration

JAMES CHRISTIE

Globe and Mail Update

December 6, 2007 at 10:58 AM EST

The Canadian Olympic Committee's office building in Toronto will be targeted for a demonstration on Monday, as a number of associations come together to protest against human rights abuses in China and the Olympic host city of Beijing.

But while the issues are global, the demonstration is expected to be boringly Canadian — more a polite disagreement than an upheaval. The biggest disturbance will be traffic flow in a midtown Toronto rush hour.

Michael Craig, the chairman of the China Rights Network, an umbrella name for 10 activist groups, said the protest will involve placards and loudspeakers, but no storming of the COC offices or demands that Canada pull out of China's Olympics next year. The demonstration comes on United Nations human rights day.

Chris Rudge, the chief executive officer of the Canadian Olympic Committee, said his organization has no special security plans for the day. He has met with Craig at least twice, "and he understands that I have a grasp of the issues, as does he. But we support the position of Jacques Rogge [the president of the International Olympic Committee] in that we are not a political organization, but a sports organization.


"We hope that the Olympic Games will bring significant changes in human rights and the environment and freedoms of the press. The very presence of 20,000 accredited media and 10,000 non-accredited media will make a difference. And there's no better metaphor for how the world could be better than having 10,000 athletes of different colours and creeds in the Games city."

Craig said that in his meetings with Rudge "we politely agreed to disagree. … Basically, this demonstration is because we got nowhere with the COC in asking them to help us get the word out or getting our side into their newsletter. They totally uphold the IOC's position in not challenging China on the human rights issue."

He said the demonstration outside the COC offices will be short because the protesters need to lend support to a Tibetan women's group protest at a downtown Toronto consulate scheduled for the same time.

Meanwhile, the Switzerland-based Center on Housing Rights and Evictions issued a statement yesterday that China's wide-scale relocation of residents as it prepares for the Olympic Games will force the eviction of 1.5 million residents.

COHRE has said China evicts 13,000 residents a month, but the director of the Beijing Olympic construction committee says those numbers are tremendously inflated and COHRE has not recognized the affordable housing that has been built for displaced residents.

"In Beijing, and in China more generally, the process of demolition and eviction is characterized by arbitrariness and lack of due process," the COHRE statement said. "In many cases, tenants are given little or no notice of their eviction and do not receive the promised compensation."

http://www.globesports.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20071206.wsptcoc6/GSStory/GlobeSportsOther/home

qollighuchi
12-12-07, 08:46
bu yil 10-ayning1-kuni dunyaning hemme yeride namayish boldi.hetta kanadaning bashqa sheherliridimu namayish boldi.Peqet torontoda bolmidi.12-ayning 10-kunidimu namayish yoq we bu heqte hechkim xewermu bermidi.memet toxti Tibetliklerning sepige qoshuliwelip, DUQgha men namayish qildim dep doklat qilip jan baqsa bu rezillik bolidu.U kanada Uyghurliri jemiyitini shexsi menpeeti uchun xizmet qildurushni toxtitishi kerek we biz buning yol qoymasliqimiz kerek.uxlap yatsaq beshimizgha chichidu.

Unregistered
12-12-07, 12:40
http://epochtimes.com/b5/7/12/11/n1938487.htm

http://big5.soundofhope.org/programs/161/78895-1.asp

Unregistered
12-12-07, 14:52
Eytqanliringiz toghra, Uyghur Canada Jemiyitini ozining shehsi menpeeti uchun hizmet qildurushning ozi Uyghurlar uchun eng chong hiyanet. Buning seweplirini qayta-qayta tekrarliniwatqan Torontodiki ehwallardin koriwelishke bolidu.

Nime uchun Canadada Uyghurlar eng kop olturaqlashshqan hem Dunya Uyghur Qurultiyining Muawin Reisi M.T. yashawatqan bu sheher Torontoda bu hil paaliyetler bolmaydu? yaki yilboyi birer tilgha alghidek paaliyet yoq?


bu yil 10-ayning1-kuni dunyaning hemme yeride namayish boldi.hetta kanadaning bashqa sheherliridimu namayish boldi.Peqet torontoda bolmidi.12-ayning 10-kunidimu namayish yoq we bu heqte hechkim xewermu bermidi.memet toxti Tibetliklerning sepige qoshuliwelip, DUQgha men namayish qildim dep doklat qilip jan baqsa bu rezillik bolidu.U kanada Uyghurliri jemiyitini shexsi menpeeti uchun xizmet qildurushni toxtitishi kerek we biz buning yol qoymasliqimiz kerek.uxlap yatsaq beshimizgha chichidu.

Unregistered
12-12-07, 15:02
Eytqanliringiz toghra, Uyghur Canada Jemiyitini ozining shehsi menpeeti uchun hizmet qildurushning ozi Uyghurlar uchun eng chong hiyanet. Buning seweplirini qayta-qayta tekrarliniwatqan Torontodiki ehwallardin koriwelishke bolidu.

Nime uchun Canadada Uyghurlar eng kop olturaqlashshqan hem Dunya Uyghur Qurultiyining Muawin Reisi M.T. yashawatqan bu sheher Torontoda bu hil paaliyetler bolmaydu? yaki yilboyi birer tilgha alghidek paaliyet yoq?



Hormetlik M.Toxtining eslimisini kormidingizmu?M.Toxti XINJIANG DASHUOde bir omurige yetkudek namayish qilip xili kop desmi topliwaptu emesmu?umu yeter emdi.........

Unregistered
12-12-07, 15:23
Xitaylarmu sarangken, adem köshi yeydiken, ular uyghurlardek adem beshi yigen bolsa, bu chaqqiche wetinimiz azat bolghan bolatti.Epsus, ming epsus...uqilmighan bolsa sen qilsang bolmamdu