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热比娅在MONASH演讲?

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kusorc   发表于 2009-8-6 22:45:17 | 显示全部楼层 | 阅读模式 | 跳转到指定楼层
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棒子加胡萝卜,弱肉强食么.丛林法则还需要理由么.
$ i' ^( E* L2 b1 G( J$ T, p% s锁了吧,harmony wolrd.
发表于 2009-8-7 16:30:10 | 显示全部楼层

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大家讨论的好激烈
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我只想知道有没有caulfield校区的同学知道确切消息的?& S* @* G, N% J2 r! ^3 J  Z
我也只是听同学说的,还有校内上在讨论。, A7 d0 J" f( _4 _6 J
但是找不到确切来源 囧' X7 J) q, ^! i3 K0 G$ M

* @" D! r  k3 N& ?: t# P* [去年DA LAI LA MA也不是来过MONASH做演讲吗?
. f1 t6 j" Y9 a2 w2 n( L. N. J# |居然好多MONASH的人都不知道
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估计丫们来也是偷偷摸摸的啊  i0 n$ i# s# t% X8 d
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[ 本帖最后由 kusorc 于 2009-8-7 17:43 编辑 ]
发表于 2009-8-7 17:38:56 | 显示全部楼层

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澳洲**可以用什么理由禁止这个人入境呢?
# {! V# ?" z' r% y7 r! t3 s大家发挥下想像.
发表于 2009-8-7 18:36:28 | 显示全部楼层

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那个巫婆用什么语演讲啊?2 r% T/ I( M) O3 y9 w# N" `
英语?维语?汉语?
发表于 2009-8-7 18:49:43 | 显示全部楼层

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原帖由 莫如奈何 于 2009-8-7 16:30 发表 0 x" V& k& d0 M
棒子加胡萝卜,弱肉强食么.丛林法则还需要理由么.0 [) l: X  n( P& o) s1 Z4 e$ \! E
锁了吧,harmony wolrd.

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发表于 2009-8-7 18:59:49 | 显示全部楼层

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还让莫大的同学去抵制,好像不是莫大的就不抵制,叫上几千人,去看看。莫大想出名还搞这招,恶心
发表于 2009-8-7 19:09:31 | 显示全部楼层

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民族主义还是很有市场啊 , K; A: l9 ?. x9 O- [

* G5 s: s0 Q! O+ ^- O* ?本人愚昧  竟不知已抵达澳洲
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发表于 2009-8-7 19:16:20 | 显示全部楼层

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哪来什么民族主义,都是叫别人去干这干那,你见过谁准备自己去干点什么的吗?
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发表于 2009-8-7 20:00:49 | 显示全部楼层

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又有没有愿意去自杀性爆炸的?
% i0 y! x6 F- A/ k有谁去看过墨尔本电影节中热比娅的纪录片《爱的十个条件》?
发表于 2009-8-7 20:09:06 | 显示全部楼层

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原帖由 nokiabetter 于 2009-8-7 20:09 发表 . F2 }9 J. p# v+ H7 _; H8 ^! L8 P
又有没有愿意去自杀性爆炸的?
$ }2 R  f) f- Z2 Z7 w: Q有谁去看过墨尔本电影节中热比娅的纪录片《爱的十个条件》?
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看见没有,又是一个叫别人去死的
发表于 2009-8-7 20:11:25 | 显示全部楼层

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Rebiya Kadeer v. China, Working Group on Arbitrary Detention,
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/ _' k! ~1 C+ M. ^' Z9 oOPINION No. 30/2000 (PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA)- A$ o; G: N1 G( Y
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Communication addressed to the Government on 22 March 2000
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Concerning Rebiya Kadeer (Abikim Abdiriyim)/ Q: E% \5 f& w% H/ j
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The State is not a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
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1. The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention was established by Commission on Human Rights resolution 1991/42. The mandate of the Working Group was clarified and extended by resolution 1997/50, and reconfirmed by resolution 2000/36. Acting in accordance with its methods of work the Working Group forwarded the above-mentioned communication to the Government.
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2 |% v  U' q2 \  w# x$ R4 X/ j* v2. The Working Group regrets that the Government has not replied within the 90-day deadline.
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3. The Working Group regards deprivation of liberty as arbitrary in the following cases:* B, a; A) W, r8 Y& T6 b" I! F
(i) When it manifestly cannot be justified on any legal basis (such as continued detention after the sentence has been served or despite an applicable amnesty act)- Q( w- J9 c' A! Z9 Q8 |" ?+ |
(category I);
; x( t) Y& O" E9 g(ii) When the deprivation of liberty is the result of a judgement or sentence for the exercise of the rights and freedoms proclaimed in articles 7, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20
: |8 d# D: B$ R1 b9 h2 qand 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and also, in respect of States parties, in articles 12, 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 26 and 27 of the International
; |7 S$ G4 k2 FCovenant on Civil and Political Rights (category II);4 ~  q9 e; p" P3 {$ i9 }
(iii) When the complete or partial non-observance of the relevant international standards set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the
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whatever kind, an arbitrary character (category III).
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4. In the light of the allegations made, the Working Group would have welcomed the cooperation of the Government. In the absence of any information from the Government, the Working Group believes that it is in a position to render an opinion on the facts and circumstances of the cases, especially since the facts and allegations contained in the communication have not been challenged by the Government.4 C3 l3 }8 Z, l1 O; b5 ^$ w

9 J0 U8 v7 X- S, h2 i+ k5. According to the communication, in the morning of 11 August 1999, Ms. Rebiya Kadeer, a businesswoman in Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, was arrested in front of the Yingdu Hotel in Urumqi, capital of Xinjiang Province, where she had gone to meet with a group of visiting staff members of the United States Congressional Research Service. The next morning at 1.30 a.m. two of her sons, Ablikim Abdiryim and Alim Abdiryim, were also detained in Urumqi. Her secretary, Kahriman Abdukirim, was also apprehended. All those arrested in the context of the case were released on 14 August 1999, with the exception of Rebiya Kadeer and Ablikim Abdiryim. Ms. Kadeer reportedly was briefly held initially at Tianshan Regional Jail before being transferred to Liudaowan Prison in Urumqi. She is reported to be in poor health as a result of her detention.( d9 v2 Q/ k3 `5 v( F* Z1 z
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6. The source points out that Ms. Kadeer is married to a United States resident and former Chinese political prisoner, Mr. Sidik Rouzi, who has criticized the treatment, by the Chinese authorities, of the Uighus, the majority Muslim ethnic group in Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Province. He has done so through Radio Free Asia since 1996, when he obtained asylum in the United States.9 [6 I1 T" Q& \$ ?4 F
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7. In September 1999, Ms. Kadeer was charged with “providing secret information to foreigners” and her case was reportedly referred to Beijing before she was indicted on 21 February 2000 under article 111 of the Chinese Criminal Code. Her son Ablikim Abdiryim reportedly faced similar charges. It is reported that upon her arrest, Ms. Kadeer was found in possession of pieces of paper written in English. While Ms. Kadeer speaks no English, this paper was a translation of the message about her situation that she was supposed to give to the group she was about to meet.( W3 ^4 X: w6 x/ y0 u- q

& f7 y/ j% [, q0 K; F9 g, B8. On Thursday, 9 March 2000, Ms. Kadeer was tried before the Intermediate People’s Court in Urumqi. According to the source, the trial was held in camera on the morning of 9 March. Although it is reported that she was legally represented, no member of her family was allowed to attend the trial, and none of the nine people present in the court room was of Uighur origin. After a two-hour audience and trial, Ms. Kadeer was sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment for providing allegedly classified information to foreigners. The source contends that Ms. Kadeer’s sentence must be interpreted as punishment for her husband’s public criticism
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9. In the light of the allegations, which have not been denied by the Government although it had the opportunity to do so, the Working Group finds that Ms. Rebiya Kadeer was detained and subsequently convicted solely on the grounds that she had tried to tell others of the insecure situation in which she found herself, whereas in doing so she was merely exercising her right to freedom of expression. Similarly, there is reason to believe that both Ms. Kadeer’s conviction and the related convictions of her son, Ablikim Abdiryim, and her secretary, Kahriman Abdukirim, with no legal justification or trial, represent punishment and reprisals for the political opinions expressed by Ms. Kadeer’s husband, who has been granted asylum in the United States.
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10. The Working Group has already expressed its opinion to the effect that the characterization of allegations of human rights violations as State secrets (OP No. 19/1999 (People’s Republic of China)) infringes not only international human rights standards, as many procedures established by the Economic and Social Council and the Commission on Human Rights encourage and legitimize the collection of such information, but also articles 5 and 6 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.5 X0 ~3 n7 U9 `

1 A' h; B: h) `! S11. The offence with which Ms. Kadeer was charged, i.e. any information which she might provide, is under the protection of article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states that the right to freedom of expression “includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers”, and since its dissemination, even outside the territory, is guaranteed by that article, such an initiative cannot constitute an offence and cannot therefore be punished.
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  D+ i' T) S; e! x12. The Government has not denied that the sentencing to labour re-education of Ms. Kadeer’s son, Ablikim Abdiryim, and her secretary, Kahriman Abdukirim, was clearly related to her conviction, which indicates that they were not convicted for an ordinary offence. The Working Group notes that, when it visited the People’s Republic of China, the Government informed it (see report of the Working Group to the Commission on Human Rights, E/CN.4/1998/44/Add.2, para. 94) that the measure of re-education through labour was only applied to those who had committed minor offences under the common law and who were not
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; t7 P4 h1 i/ K/ }13. In the light of the foregoing, the Working Group renders the following opinion: The deprivation of liberty of Rebiya Kadeer is arbitrary, as being in contravention of articles 9 and 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and falls within category II of the categories applicable to the consideration of cases submitted to the Working Group.
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14. Consequent upon the opinion rendered, the Working Group requests the Government:
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International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which the Government has signed., G8 \8 z/ J$ F

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[ 本帖最后由 kimmonica 于 2009-8-7 20:55 编辑 ]
发表于 2009-8-7 20:52:19 | 显示全部楼层

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monash官网两条相关信息之一3 |9 _  T% p! I# V& k3 B
来自美国某大学
发表于 2009-8-7 20:56:44 | 显示全部楼层

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原帖由 liucescs 于 2009-8-7 20:11 发表 & Y2 f9 |2 s% c: i; ~
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看见没有,又是一个叫别人去死的
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没错  为什么总是让别人去抵制 扔鞋  自杀性爆炸??
7 S6 T$ [8 l' }  d, M( Z其实我一直不明白拉登他自己怎么不去劫飞机撞五角大楼???
发表于 2009-8-7 23:07:18 | 显示全部楼层

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原帖由 tiejiaqishi 于 2009-8-7 12:59 发表 " F* o* g! [" U/ t
至少一点 少数民族高考有5分加分 我们就没有 ; P' @! n; ~/ ]( J6 |2 R9 Y. P! p

! W5 m& s9 Z% b( V) r, n我们的民族政策已经对少数民族相当不错了  或许由于地理位置的原因 东南沿海要比少数民族主要居住的地区繁华  但是我们ZF 已经拨款 救济 互帮互助不少了
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3 ~6 e+ b$ s- Y9 A8 }5分加分?!那是便宜你们了!我是宁夏银川的,我们那里高考,户口在川区的回民加20分,其他少数民族10分.户口在山区的回民加30分,其他少数民族加10分还是20分我记不清了.别说是几十分,1分都要压死多少人.目前为止在中国,高考对于一个学生的一生来讲还是很重要的.我亲身体验过考分比你低的或者跟你一样的人凭空多出来几十分对人是什么样的打击.更郁闷的是我高考那年民族生占考生总数的55%....
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回复 74# 妖妖的腰腰 的帖子

这么看 我们对汉人有点歧视了......呵呵
发表于 2009-8-7 23:35:23 | 显示全部楼层

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回复 75# tiejiaqishi 的帖子

到中考和高考的时候,我充分理解为什么我上幼儿园的时候,一个同学硬是把民族从汉族改成回族了.....
发表于 2009-8-7 23:45:10 | 显示全部楼层

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怀疑热比娅的脑袋有问题~
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发表于 2009-8-8 00:20:19 | 显示全部楼层

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拖死达赖就真的可以解决西藏问题?我看问题只会越来越糟。- u" H8 s4 s9 ]
达赖是流亡藏人中唯一坚持非暴力抵抗的人,他一死,西藏很可能变成第二个巴勒斯坦。; ~4 {! ]/ T- f" Z0 X
关心西藏和新疆问题的朋友可以去看看王力雄先生的两本书,《天葬——西藏的命运》,《你的西域,我的东土》,非常不错,观点客观。尤其是前一本,可以说现在存在的任何一本中文描写西藏问题的书都比不上,当然我不懂藏文,估计达兰萨拉方面的书,也比不上!
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出现一票小马甲讨论这个问题
发表于 2009-8-8 07:24:41 | 显示全部楼层

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就国家政策来讲,对汉族确实是歧视的.
发表于 2009-8-8 07:45:14 | 显示全部楼层

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