|Below are two news clipping from nepalnews.com Nepal Communist Party (Maoist) took out wives and relative of Nepalese Army personal were dragged out of their home in middle of the night and taken out of the Jungle and cut to pieces with knives the victim included one year child. These kind of act were only committed in Cambodia by the Polpot in the seventies. But the astonishing fact is human right organization like Amnesty International are supporting the Nepal Communist Party (Maoist). In the press release below you can see Amnesty International is trying to stop Nepal Army to get any arms. Nepal Army is using these arms to fight these 'new polpot' the terrorist Maoist.
Amnesty International concern is that as the Nepal Army is being successful on controlling the terrorist Maoist they will lose one more territory to their human right work. Amnesty International is getting donation amounting to US $ 25 Million for their "role" in Nepal. If peace is prevailed in Nepal they will lose this money, so they want the fighting to keep on going and their coffer keep on filling.
Please do not donate any money to Amnesty International; your donation will only help get more one year old child butchered.
Family members of security personnel murdered after abduction
In what has been described as an evidence of unimaginable ¡®heinous crime,¡¯ a total of six persons including three women and a one-year-old child¡ªwho were members of the families of security personnel-- have been found dead in the far-western district of Kailali, two days after they were abducted by Maoist insurgents.
According to latest reports, a search team of the security personnel have discovered badly mutilated bodies of three women, a child and two young men at a community forest near Banbeda, some half a km away from the East-West highway in the far-western region.
A senior official at the Armed Police Force (APF) base at Banbeda blamed the Maoists for the ghastly crime. He said the three women and the child who were murdered were family members of APF personnel. Two more young men¡ªwho were abducted by the Maoists¡ªhad arrived in the district to join the security force.
There has been no word from the Maoists regarding the murder of civilians as yet.
Thousands of families of security personnel have been displaced owing to Maoist threats in various districts.
On June 6, Maoist insurgents blew away a packed passenger bus killing 40 people and injuring over 70 others.
Last Friday, they also attacked a passenger bus that was carrying security personnel at Narke in Kavre district late last week killing at least six security personnel and two civilians.
A spokesman of the Royal Nepalese Army said Tuesday it would investigate into the incident to find out why the security personnel were using a passenger bus. nepalnews.com by June 14 05
Stop arms aid to Nepal: Amnesty
A leading human rights watchdog has alleged that western governments were flouting their own rules and contributing to what it called grave human rights abuses by selling arms and weapons systems to crisis-torn Nepal.
In a strong-worded statement issued on Wednesday, the London-based watchdog accused Britain, India and the United States of supplying thousands of assault rifles to the poor country, which is facing a Maoist insurgency and said Belgium was selling machine guns and South Africa military communications equipment.
"With the conflict poised to escalate, any further military assistance would be highly irresponsible," Amnesty said, appealing for a ban on arms sales to the Himalayan kingdom.
"Arms should not be exported as long as there is a clear risk that they might be used to commit serious human rights abuse," said Amnesty's Asia-Pacific programme director Purna Sen.
Over 12,000 people have been killed in the nine-year-old Maoist insurgency.
nepalnews.com by June 15 05