Card for Prof. Jose Maria Sison.
Petition for Prof. Jose Maria Sison.
STATEMENT ON INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
By the ILPS Study Commission the Defense of Human Rights at the Collective
and Individual Levels in the Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural
December 10, 2004
Resolutions on the case of
Jose Maria Sison:
Study Commision on the defense of human rights at the collective and individual
levels in the civil, political, economic, social and cultural fields.
>> Rights and Welfare
of Homeless Persons, Refugees and Migrant Workers Displaced by Imperialism
and Local Reactionaries
Maria Sison’s trial: No proof of “terrorist” tag
By Ilang-Ilang D. Quijano
Published in PINOY WEEKLY
(Vol. 3, No. 45, December 1-7 2004)
Original version: http://www.pinoyweekly.org/pw3-45/feats/lat_2.htm
“They call me a ‘terrorist’ but they don’t show the documents
they claim as basis for putting me on the list, and they cannot cite a
single incident of so-called terrorism that they can supposedly associate
me with.” more...
Oppose the unjust "terrorist"
labelling of Prof. Jose Maria Sison! Uphold fundamental human rights!
November 19, 2004
As overseas Filipinos in Canada, we are very concerned about the outcome
of the case of Professor Jose Maria Sison -- a Filipino revolutionary
and patriot -- against the Council of the European Union held at the Luxembourg
Court of Justice (First Instance) last November 17, 2004. This case has
critical bearing for the progressive movement in the Philippines and to
us as overseas Filipinos. more...
Court of First Instance Hears Sison Demand Access To and Scrutiny of Documents
Used Against Him
18 November 2004
By Committee DEFEND International
Human rights advocates, civil libertarians and other supporters of Prof.
Jose Maria Sison from all over the world converged on the European Court
of Justice (First Instance) in Luxembourg on 17 November 2004 to cast
a watchful eye over how the Court handle a landmark case opposing the
trampling of fundamental rights under the so-called “war on terror.” more...
Report on 29 October
2004 court hearing in Utrecht on appeals of Prof. Jose Maria Sison and
Ms. Julieta de Lima
By Committee Defend - Netherlands
Prof. Jose Maria Sison’s appeals against the Minister of Finance and the
COA (Central Organ for Reception of Asylum Seekers) were taken up at the
court hearing at the Utrecht Court on 29 October 2004 at the Vrouwe Justitiaplein
1 in Utrecht. Also taken up was the appeal of Ms. Julieta de Lima against
the Ministry of Finance. more...
A Century of Crimes Against the Filipino
Atty. Romeo T. Capulong
Public Interest Law Center
World Tribunal for Iraq
Trial in New York City on August 25, 2004
Distinguished colleagues and friends:
More than a century before the United States invaded and occupied Iraq,
the Philippines had been America’s first victim of aggression in Asia,
first, as an object of colonization and, second, because of the war crimes
and crimes against humanity committed against the Filipino people. more...
brandmerken Filippijnse revolutie opnieuw als "terroristisch"
Mag Sison zelfs geen
boek meer schrijven?
Bert De Belder
Op 9 augustus heeft VS-Staatssecretaris Colin Powell de Communistische
Partij van de Filippijnen (CPP) en het Nieuwe Volksleger (NPA) opnieuw
het label ‘Foreign Terrorist Organization’ opgeplakt. Voor de VS, daarin
gevolgd door de Europese Unie, zal de Filippijnse revolutie maar ophouden
"terroristisch" te zijn, als ze… ophoudt te bestaan.
In the continuing
sabotage of the peace talks between the GRP and NDFP
Workers Protest Against "Terrorist" Listing by the U.S.
Kilusang Mayo Uno
August 12, 2004
In a rally in front of the US Embassy this morning, the militant
labor center Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) strongly registered that if the Arroyo
government was able to stand against US demand to maintain the Philippine
troops in Iraq for the safety of Angelo dela Cruz, then the government
should all the more oppose US impositions for the good of the country.
more, pictures included...
remove Professor Jose Maria Sison from the witch hunt “terrorist” lists!
August 12, 2004
We, concerned human rights activists, lawyers, community organizers
and members of organizations working in solidarity with Third World peoples,
condemn the unabated attacks of U.S. imperialism against the human rights
and civil liberties of Professor Jose Maria Sison. We condemn these attacks
not only because they infringe on his rights as an individual, but also
because we find them all the more reprehensible as they are only one part
of U.S. imperialism’s offensive against the genuine right of oppressed
peoples to struggle for national and social liberation. more...