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Unterstützt politische Gefangene mit Brieffreundschaften.

Teilt uns mit, wem ihr schreiben wollt. Ihr könnt uns einen Papier-Brief oder auch eine E-Mail zum Drucken schicken.

Wir werden eure Briefe dann weiterleiten. Hinterher kann ggf. auch direkt die Korrespondenz an das Gefängnis geschickt werden, wenn gewünscht.

Auszug aus der Mail von Medy:
In behalf of our political prisoners, thank you for  the support and friendship.  Below is the initial list of the PPs who wish to have letter-friends.  We will make additions in our next mail.
In the Maximum Security Compound (11-A P.I.C. -political) , New Bilibid Prison, Muntinlupa. The political prisoners are all convicted and sentenced to recluso perpetua — life imprisonment.
 1. Alfredo Montajes
2. Jesus Alegre  — 73 years old , his son Seelma Alegre is also imprisoned in the Max Security Compound but not in the same building
3. Generoso Granado
4. Arnilo Gabiola
5. Rodel Caballero
6. Danilo Soniscio
7. Art Pangilinan
8. Rolando Panamogan
9. Gerardo de la Pena
In Correctional Institution for Women, Nueve de Pebrero St., Mandaluyong
1. Moreta Alegre — 73 years old, wife of Jesus Alegre (see Maximum Security Compound)
2. Marites P. Cosenas
3. Fely Caparal
In Caloocan City Jail , Caloocan City
Emmanuel „Noel“ Bacarra.
Again many many thanks.
For the political- prisoner-friends,

Europe Network for Justice and Peace in the Philippines – Call for support

Hier geht zum Aufruf auf deren Website:


10 December 2017

On the occasion of the International Human Rights Day, people across Europe view with deep concern the rapid deterioration of the human rights situation in the Philippines.

The news and images from the Philippines speak of brutal state-sponsored killings and repression committed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine National Police, paramilitary groups and motorcycle-riding assassins against unarmed civilians and advocates of human rights, social justice, social development and peace – indigenous peoples, poor farmers and landless peasants, urban poor, environment activists, human rights defenders, journalists and religious leaders.

  • Last week, 03 December, units of the Philippine Army and Philippine Marines shot and killed eight farmers and injured two others in the town of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato province in southern Philippines. The victims were part of a group of indigenous farmer families asserting their ancestral claims against the DMCI corporation, which displaced them to use the lands to plant coffee for Nestlé.
  • On the same day, elements of the Philippine National Police shot and killed Lovelito Quiñones, a pastor of the Kings Glory Ministry, in Mansalay town, Oriental Mindoro, in central Philippines. The police alleged that Pastor Lovelito was a member of the New People’s Army. Witnesses claim that the pastor was unarmed and police planted a handgun near the victim’s body. A paraffin test on the victim’s body confirmed that the pastor never fired a gun.
  • Two days later, on 05 December, motorcycle-riding assassins shot and killed Fr. Tito Paez, provincial coordinator of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines. Earlier that day, Fr. Tito assisted in facilitating the release of political prisoner Rommel Tucay.

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