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Subject: RE: Comments: Question to Freedom Fighters about Peru (fwd)

It is dangerous to equate the situation in Burma with the TUPAC-AMARU,
which is not, as I understand it, supported by a majority of the Peruvian
people, and for however noble their reasons, was acting with violence
against innocent people to make their point.  Also -- wasn't Fujimori

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Subject: Comments: Question to Freedom Fighters about Peru

  We in our cause for freedom and rights in Burma are rebels against
oppresion and an illegal government.  So were the TUPAC AMARU in Peru.
 Terrorists don't release most of their hostages and allow first-aid, food,
and journals in to visit.  The Tupac Amaru took hostages for a reason to help
them draw attention to Peru's problems.  Fujimori did a quick, clean rescue,
except that he killed -all- the rebels without even considering their
surrender.  They wanted to talk, to make a point....    Just to be

What do you think??

Philip M.  -  Free Burma Coalition

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Wheaton, MD 20902-3526