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Statement (19.6.2009 )

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SASANAMOLI
INTERNATIONAL BURMESE MONKS ORGANIZATION(INDIA)
F-34, F-Block, VikasPuri, 110018. New Delhi, Ph : +911145535099Date- June 19, 2009
Today, June 19, 2009 marks the 64
th
Birthday of the only imprisoned Nobel Peace Prizerecipient, Aung San Suu Kyi, who will celebrate another birthday under the detention of Burmese military regime. We, the International Burmese Monks Organization , herebywishes her a happy birthday and prays to have celebrations for her future birthdays in ademocratic Federal Union of Burma.Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has remained the iconic symbol of freedom and the struggle forindependence in Burma since she joined the pro-democracy movement in 1988. She hasessentially become the face of Burma in its struggle for freedom, democracy and humanrights. No one comes even remotely close to her in that role of leadership. In Suu Kyi, themajority sees her as one of their own, who understands them and can talk in the samelanguage. They see her as the daughter of their leader. And it is in her that the minoritycommunities like the Karen and Shan look for leadership, as do many other communities thatform today’s Burma. She is their hope and dream. She is their leader, comrade, and sister.She is also a fellow-traveler tasting pain and suffering in the long march to freedom,democracy and human rights. She is their last chance to redress their grievances and elevatetheir status from statelessness to statehood, denial to acceptance, non-entity to entity, andbecome effective citizens in a federal system that respects and protects their unique place inhistory, culture and religion.On 6
th
of May, 2009, an American citizen was detained by Burmese military regime aftersecretly swimming across Inya Lake, Rangoon to gain access to the Nobel Laureate’s House.According to the official Burmese media, he was identified as 53-year old former military

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