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Karen tribal Revolution against Burma
The Karen revolutionary struggle in Burma is among the most brutal, longest
running, and least known armed conflicts of the modern era. The current
military dictatorship in Burma, whom the Karen revolutionaries oppose, has
been staunchly criticized by a myriad of nations, as well as world, religious,
and human rights organizations for brutalizing its own people. Today, in the
hills and jungles of Burma the Karen and a handful of other anti-Burmese
military dictatorship groups continue to hold out against the illegal and
abusive Burmese regime.
It's the aim of these pages to contribute to the effort to alert those who
care in the world to the struggle of the Karen people and their allies, to
inspire solidarity, and to provide contacts and informaton to enhance that
If you want to help, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- War, Love, Loss...and Hope
by Mahn Robert Ba Zahn is a good general introduction to the situation the
Karen find themselves in. Its a personal story of the war by someone who
fought, losing brothers, nephews, cousins and many loved ones. He then
escaped to the west and is trying to gain solidarity for his people.
- Clandestine Photography from Inside
The photos are from locations in Karen State near the Unocal/TotalFinaElf
pipeline. they tell the story of people who were forcibly 'relocated' to make
way for development.
- SPDC War Crimes
Photos, taken in Karen State inside Burma, documenting war crimes committed
by the Burmese Army.