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Old November 26th, 2010, 04:45 PM posted to misc.news.internet.discuss,rec.travel.europe,soc.veterans,alt.os.windows-xp,alt.religion.apologetics
Mark4
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Default Unknown genocide

On Nov 25, 10:32*pm,
(Kyrgyzsociety) wrote:
If anyone think that situation in Fergana Valley stabilized after
conflict in Kyrgyz city of Osh ended then you are deeply mistaken.
Action just went to Uzbekistan where all non-uzbeks (kyrgyz, tajik
and so on) are in literal sense being annihilated! Many people
disappeared after they left their houses. Police organize hunts for
people: at nights they shoot to kill at people just for pleasure but
later they say the man shot first at them! Also, now we don't have
any food on the shelves of stores - no one simply brings it here, all
our bakeries were closed, people are simply starving and dying of
hunger. Only those can survive who still have bravery to grow
something in their gardens although this is also prohibited. In
general uzbek authorities just turned off the oxygen for us and are
waiting for us to die out!! You know even to send this message I had
to risk my life by trying to get to the place where there's still
Internet connection available!!
This can be nothing else but genocide but no one knows about it yet...

You see several months ago we sent some letters to several
international news agencies however still we have got no answer from
them. It's possible that our letters just didn't reach the
addressee... We are in depth of despair! And the only thing for us to
do is to ask for help in this way. So don't be ignorant, help us!
Please!!


I am very touched by your post. Let me show others
what region you are talking about:
http://www.freeworldmaps.net/asia/tajikistan/map.html
http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/53/163.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fergana_Valley
" Violence started to pick up again in 2010 in Kyrgyz part of the
valley, heated by ethnic tensions, worsening economic conditions due
to the global economic crisis, and political conflict over ousting of
Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev in April 2010. In June 2010, about
200 people have been reported to be killed during clashes in Osh and
Jalal-Abad, and 2000 more were injured.[16] Between 100,000 and
300,000 refugees, predominantly of Uzbek ethnic origin, attempted to
flee to Uzbekistan, causing a major humanitarian crisis."

MAYBE HELP COULD REACH YOU IF THEY CAME
THERE POSING AS TOURISTS?

"The post-Andijon crackdown has increased the police presence in the
valley, but it’s not something that’s likely to affect most tourists
as long as they keep a low profile. The valley’s people remain the
most hospitable and friendly in the country. Other attractions are
exceptional crafts, several kaleidoscopic bazaars and the proximity of
the mountains, most of which lie in Kyrgyzstan."
http://www.lonelyplanet.com/uzbekistan/fergana-valley

AIRPORTS IN TIJIKISTAN
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._in_Tajikistan

HOW TO TRAVEL ACROSS TIJIKISTAN
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...Tajikistan.jpg

EUROPEAN FLIGHTS TO TIJIKISTAN
http://www.traveltajikistan.com/flig..._to_tajikistan

FLY TO TIJIKISTAN
Take one of our cheap flights to Tajikistan and enjoy an adventure on
the roof of the world. After your flight to Tajikistan you can relax
in a lovely country that is nowadays safe, stable and scenically
spectacular. The Pamirs, known as the Roof of the World, are easily
the country's highlight, offering breathtaking high-altitude scenery,
great ecotourism options, and friendly mountain hospitality. The
capital city of Dushanbe is considered one of Central Asia's prettiest
capitals, while the ancient city of Peujikent gives a glimpse into the
region's Silk Road past. Tajikistan is now the domain of the cutting-
edge adventure traveller and perfect for people who rank places like
northern Pakistan or Tibet among their favourite destinations. Call
DialAflight for the best prices of hotels and car hire and the best
deals on Tajikistan flights. http://www.dialaflight.com/flights/asia/tajikistan/

Folks, these people NEED HELP.

---
Mark IV
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Old November 26th, 2010, 09:17 PM posted to misc.news.internet.discuss,rec.travel.europe,soc.veterans,alt.os.windows-xp,alt.religion.apologetics
Mark4
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Posts: 6
Default Unknown genocide

On Nov 26, 11:45*am, Mark4 wrote:
On Nov 25, 10:32*pm,





(Kyrgyzsociety) wrote:
If anyone think that situation in Fergana Valley stabilized after
conflict in Kyrgyz city of Osh ended then you are deeply mistaken.
Action just went to Uzbekistan where all non-uzbeks (kyrgyz, tajik
and so on) are in literal sense being annihilated! Many people
disappeared after they left their houses. Police organize hunts for
people: at nights they shoot to kill at people just for pleasure but
later they say the man shot first at them! Also, now we don't have
any food on the shelves of stores - no one simply brings it here, all
our bakeries were closed, people are simply starving and dying of
hunger. Only those can survive who still have bravery to grow
something in their gardens although this is also prohibited. In
general uzbek authorities just turned off the oxygen for us and are
waiting for us to die out!! You know even to send this message I had
to risk my life by trying to get to the place where there's still
Internet connection available!!
This can be nothing else but genocide but no one knows about it yet...


You see several months ago we sent some letters to several
international news agencies however still we have got no answer from
them. It's possible that our letters just didn't reach the
addressee... We are in depth of despair! And the only thing for us to
do is to ask for help in this way. So don't be ignorant, help us!
Please!!


I am very touched by your post. Let me show others
what region you are talking about:http://www.freeworldmaps.net/asia/ta...es/53/163.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fergana_Valley
" Violence started to pick up again in 2010 in Kyrgyz part of the
valley, heated by ethnic tensions, worsening economic conditions due
to the global economic crisis, and political conflict over ousting of
Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev in April 2010. In June 2010, about
200 people have been reported to be killed during clashes in Osh and
Jalal-Abad, and 2000 more were injured.[16] Between 100,000 and
300,000 refugees, predominantly of Uzbek ethnic origin, attempted to
flee to Uzbekistan, causing a major humanitarian crisis."

MAYBE HELP COULD REACH YOU IF THEY CAME
THERE POSING AS TOURISTS?

"The post-Andijon crackdown has increased the police presence in the
valley, but it’s not something that’s likely to affect most tourists
as long as they keep a low profile. The valley’s people remain the
most hospitable and friendly in the country. Other attractions are
exceptional crafts, several kaleidoscopic bazaars and the proximity of
the mountains, most of which lie in Kyrgyzstan."http://www.lonelyplanet.com/uzbekistan/fergana-valley

AIRPORTS IN TIJIKISTANhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airports_in_Tajikistan

HOW TO TRAVEL ACROSS TIJIKISTANhttp://www.bing.com/images/search?q=tajikistan+highways&FORM=IGRE2#fo...

EUROPEAN FLIGHTS TO TIJIKISTANhttp://www.traveltajikistan.com/flights/#europe_to_tajikistan

FLY TO TIJIKISTAN
Take one of our cheap flights to Tajikistan and enjoy an adventure on
the roof of the world. After your flight to Tajikistan you can relax
in a lovely country that is nowadays safe, stable and scenically
spectacular. The Pamirs, known as the Roof of the World, are easily
the country's highlight, offering breathtaking high-altitude scenery,
great ecotourism options, and friendly mountain hospitality. The
capital city of Dushanbe is considered one of Central Asia's prettiest
capitals, while the ancient city of Peujikent gives a glimpse into the
region's Silk Road past. Tajikistan is now the domain of the cutting-
edge adventure traveller and perfect for people who rank places like
northern Pakistan or Tibet among their favourite destinations. Call
DialAflight for the best prices of hotels and car hire and the best
deals on Tajikistan flights.http://www.dialaflight.com/flights/asia/tajikistan/

Folks, these people NEED HELP.

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Correct link, How to travel across Tajikistan:
http://www3.utsidan.se/corax-e/travels/log4.htm

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Mark IV
 




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