Stockholm, 28 Juni 2003

Bismillaahirrahmaanirrahiim.
Assalamu'alaikum wr wbr.

POLITIK LUAR NEGERI GAM BERHASIL TEROBOS JERUJI BESI SENAT DAN KONGRES AMERIKA
Ahmad Sudirman
Stockholm - SWEDIA.

 

KELIHATAN DENGAN NYATA POLITIK LUAR NEGERI GAM BERHASIL MENEROBOS JERUJI BESI SENAT DAN KONGRES AMERIKA DAN BERHASIL MENEDANG MENLU NOER HASSAN WIRAJUDA CS DARI GELANGGANG DIPLOMASI LUAR NEGERI

Ternyata saya melihat dan memperhatikan itu politik luar negeri GAM telah berhasil menyingkirkan taktik dan strategi politik luar negeri ciptaan Menko Polkam Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Cs, Presiden Megawati, Panglima TNI Jenderal Endriartono Sutarto, KASAD Jenderal TNI Ryamizard Ryacudu, dan Menlu Noer Hassan Wirajuda di gelanggang medan diplomasi luar negeri.

Terbukti dari apa yang sampai kepada saya, ternyata itu anggota Senat dan Kongres Amerika pada tanggal 26 Juni 2003 telah mengirimkan surat Senat kepada Presiden George Bush dan surat Kongres kepada Secretary of State Colin Powell. Dimana surat Senat dan Kongres itu saya lampirkan dibawah ini.

Nah kelihatannya makin sulit saja bagi Menko Polkam Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Cs, Menlu Noer Hassan Wirajuda, Presiden Megawati, Ketua DPR Akbar Tandjung, Ketua MPR Amien Rais, dan Ketua Komisi I DPR Ibrahim Ambong dalam menjalankan taktik dan strategi politik luar negeri lewat diplomasi.

Saran saya kepada Menlu Noer Hassan Wirajuda Cs, tingkatkan itu diplomasi luar negeri, tidak ada gunanya duduk di Deplu kalau ternyata hasilnya hanya diseruduk dan dijungkirkan pihak GAM. Sudahlah dalam meja perundingan jungkir balik, ini lagi ditambah dengan pukulan GAM lewat Senat dan Kongres Amerika.

Dan jangan hanya pandai mengikuti taktik dan strategi yang diciptakan oleh Polkam Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Presiden Megawati, Panglima TNI Jenderal Endriartono Sutarto, dan KASAD Jenderal TNI Ryamizard Ryacudu melalui senjata berkarat Keputusan Presiden RI nomor 28 tahun 2003 tentang pernyataan keadaan bahaya dengan tingkatan keadaan darurat militer di Provinsi Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam.

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Hanya kepada Allah kita memohon pertolongan dan hanya kepada Allah kita memohon petunjuk, amin *.*

Wassalam.

Ahmad Sudirman

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June 26, 2003

President George Bush
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President:

We are writing to express deep concern about the offensive launched by the Indonesian military on May 19, 2003 against separatist rebels in the northern province of Aceh and reports of human rights abuses against civilians and non-governmental organizations.

The offensive -- the largest military operation since the invasion of East Timor in 1975 - has already resulted in mass atrocities reportedly being committed against civilians by the Indonesian military, including extrajudicial execution, torture, arbitrary detention and rape. Journalists have been barred from most of these areas.

Particularly troubling are reports that U.S.-supplied weapons have been used against Indonesian citizens. OV-10 Bronco counter-insurgency aircraft have reportedly been used in assaults on villages outside of Banda Aceh, and C-130 Hercules transport planes have been used to drop paratroopers on the first day of the operation.

In addition, we are deeply disturbed by the emerging crackdown in Aceh against non-governmental organizations engaged in peaceful human rights and other advocacy. On May 27, 2003 approximately 100 young men calling themselves "Pemuda Panca Marga" (sons of the military) attacked the Jakarta offices of KONTRAS (The Commission for Disappearances and Victims of Violence) and the Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation, reportedly because the organizations' statements on Aceh were not patriotic.

We urge you to convey to Indonesian authorities in the strongest possible terms that the military must respect human rights and cease attacks and intimidation against civilians, peaceful human rights and political activists, journalists and others now under threat. We must not tolerate such blatant human rights violations.

We support Indonesian government efforts to pursue a peaceful strategy to the conflict in Aceh. The signing of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (CoHA) between the Government of Indonesia and GAM was an important step towards ending the conflict. Now that the agreement has broken down, we hope you will continue to encourage the Indonesian government and GAM at the highest levels to end the hostilities in Aceh and return to the negotiating table. We encourage the United States to take a leadership role in building an international consensus for cessation of hostilities and the protection of human rights in Aceh.

We thank you for your consideration and look forward to your response on these most urgent matters.

Sincerely,

Senator Dianne Feinstein
Senator Patty Murray
Senator Carl Levin
Senator Edward Kennedy
Senator Christopher Dodd
Senator Debbie Stabenow
Senator Tom Harkin
Senator Ron Wyden
Senator Russell Feingold
Senator Herbert Kohl
Senator Richard Durbin
Senator James Jeffords
Senator Barbara Boxer
Senator Daniel Akaka
Senator Byron Dorgan
Senator Thomas Daschle
Senator Frank Lautenberg
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June 26, 2003

Secretary of State Colin Powell
United States Department of State
2201 C Street NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Secretary Powell:

We are writing to express our deep concern about the on-going military campaign conducted by the Indonesian military in Aceh. The signing of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (CoHA) between the Government of Indonesia and the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) in December 2002 was an important step towards ending the conflict. We applaud U.S. efforts to support the agreement with its full implementation and deeply regret its subsequent breakdown. Nevertheless we hope you will continue to encourage both the Indonesian government and GAM to end the hostilities in Aceh and return to the negotiating table.

In the on-going campaign in Aceh, the Indonesian military has reportedly committed human rights abuses against civilians, including extrajudicial execution, torture and arbitrary detention. There is also an emerging crackdown against non-governmental organizations engaged in peaceful human rights and other advocacy. These organizations and other members of Acehnese civil society have been specifically targeted for murder, disappearance and detention by the military.

We are also disturbed by the reported use of U.S-supplied weapons by the Indonesian military in operations. While this equipment was supplied prior to the ban in 1991, it will be detrimental to the view of the Acehnese people towards the United States if such equipment is used to kill, maim, and intimidate civilians.

We therefore urge you to ask the Indonesian government at the highest level to end the use of U.S equipment in Aceh and to work toward an immediate ceasefire in Aceh. If the military campaign and human rights violations persist, the U.S - Indonesia bilateral relationship will undoubtedly be jeopardized. To avoid this strain in our bilateral relationship, we encourage the United States to take a leadership role in building an international consensus for cessation of hostilities and the protection of human rights in Aceh. We also urge that the U.S raise the deteriorating human rights tragedy in Aceh at the United Nations Security Council.

We thank you for your consideration and look forward to your response on these most urgent matters.

Sincerely,

Tom Lantos (D-CA),
Gary L. Ackerman (D-NY),
Howard L. Berman (D-CA),
Jeff Flake, Joseph Crowley (D-NY),
Neil Abercrombie (D-HI),
Peter A. Defazio (D-OR),
Lloyd Dogget (D-TX),
Sam Farr (D-CA),
Barney Frank (D-MA),
Raul M. Grijalva (D-AZ),
Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ),
Dale E. Kildee (D-MI),
James R. Langevin (D-RI),
Jim McDermott (D-WA),
George Miller (D-CA),
Bobby L. Rush (D-IL),
James L. Oberstar (D-MN),
Major R. Owens (D-NY),
Ed Pastor (D-AZ),
Mark Udall (d-CO),
Lane Evans (D-IL),
Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC),
Barbara Lee (D-CA),
James P. McGovern (D-MA),
Tammy Baldwin (D-WI),
Maurice D. Hinchey (D-NY),
Dennis A. Cardoza (D-CA),
Nita M. Lowey (D-NY),
Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY),
Todd Russell Platts (R-PA),
Patrick J. Kennedy (D-RI),
Fortney Pete Stark (D-CA),
Joseph M. Hoeffel (D-PA),
Eni F. H. Faleomavaega (D-AS),
Frank R. Wolf (R-VA),
Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY),
James P. Moran (D-VA),
Sherrod Brown (D-OH),
Bernard Sanders (I-VT),
Phil English (R-PA),
Tom Udall (D-NM),
Bob Beauprez (R-CO),
Anthony D. Weiner (D-NY),
Carolyn C. Kilpatrick (D-MI),
William Lacy Clay (D-MO)
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