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爭史實 慰安婦阿 嬤 赴日本交流協會遞抗議信

更新日期:2007/03/21 12:58

(中央社記者李先鳳台北二十一日電)婦女救援基金會等人權團體今天上午和
三名慰安婦阿嬤代表,前往日本交流協會遞交抗議信函,要求日本政府遵循「河
野談話」精神,面對且接受正確史實,儘速對慰安婦受害倖存者謝罪和賠償;日
本交流協會並沒有出面回應,高齡的阿嬤們不堪久候,憤而在門口踐踏抗議信
後離去。
婦女救援基金會執行長高小帆表示,選定今天遞交抗議信,是和韓國抗議運動
同步進行,全球同步參與。她呼籲國人共同聲援台灣慰安婦受害倖存者,連署支
持「亞洲受害國同步連署抗議行動」;自今天起,各人潮聚集處,將設義工服務
站,方便民眾連署,活動至三月三十日止。
高小帆指出,日本首相安倍晉三繼本月一日在官邸片面否認史實的不當言論,
引發國際人權團體憤怒;本月十六日,仍再度在答覆社民黨議員書面質詢中重
申:「沒有直接證據顯示日軍強迫亞洲婦女當慰安婦。」這個說法,再度點燃亞洲
受害各國聲援慰安婦團體和慰安婦受害倖存者的怒火。
她說,台灣慰安婦對日求償運動到今天邁入第十五年,台灣原有五十八名倖存
者,如今僅剩二十七人,她們經歷迫害,目前都病痛纏身、垂垂老矣。
為替她們爭取遲來的正義,將和日本、韓國各地團體串聯,希望台灣連署抗議行
動至本月底前,能收集到上千個簽名,代表上千個台灣人民的良知聲音;要求
日本政府不要再以各式不當言論模糊焦點、扭曲史實,應儘速解決戰爭遺留的問
題,對受害倖存者正式謝罪賠償,在她們有生之年,還給她們公道。960321
Two Taiwanese comfort women wear signs that read "Grandma is unhappy. Abe lies." and "Protest"

during a demonstration in Taipei March 21, 2007. Comfort women around Asia, including Taiwan and

South Korea, are protesting at Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's comments that there was no proof

that Japan's government or army forced women to serve Japanese soldiers during World War 2.

REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)


A Taiwanese comfort woman protests in Taipei March 21, 2007. Comfort women around Asia, including

Taiwan and South Korea, are demanding that the Japanese government compensate and apologize for

getting women to serve Japanese soldiers during World War 2. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)

South Korea Japan Protest <YONHAP NO-0701> (AP)

[AP 연합뉴스 2007-03-21 13:09]


A South Korean protester Oh Sung-taek shouts an anti-Japan slogan after he climbs over
the walls of the Japanese Embassy compound in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, March 21,
2007. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe triggered outrage across Asia earlier this month
by saying there was no proof the women, including some Australians, were coerced into
prostitution. He later said Japan will not apologize again for the military's "comfort
stations." The Korean read "History Distortion." (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)/2007-03-21
13:06:59/
South Korean woman protesters hold signs symbolizing blood tears, signifying the feeling of former

South Korean comfort women who were forced to serve for the Japanese Army as a sexual slave during

World War II, at a rally denouncing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's recent comment on comfort

women in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, March 21, 2007. Abe triggered outrage

across Asia earlier this month by saying there was no proof the women, including some Australians,

were coerced into prostitution.(AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

Former South Korean comfort women who were forced to serve for the Japanese Army as a sexual

slave during World War II, front row, and protesters hold up replicas of what they described as a 'lip that

symbolizes Koreans' 'anger' during a rally denouncing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's recent

comment on comfort women in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, March 21, 2007.

Abe triggered outrage across Asia earlier this month by saying there was no proof the women, including

some Australians, were coerced into prostitution. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)