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江白益西:康道坞(今四川省甘孜州道孚县)人,2006年流亡印度,27岁。2012年3月26日在新德里抗议中国主席胡锦涛访问印度的集会上自焚。被藏人送往医院,但因伤势太重,于3月28日即所谓的“百万农奴解放纪念日”牺牲。

 

第一,祝願世界和平導師達賴喇嘛尊者萬歲,希望能夠迎請達賴喇嘛尊者返回西藏,堅信境內外同胞早日團聚在雪域西藏,並在布達拉宮前齊聲高唱西藏國歌;

第二,同胞們,為未來幸福和前景我們要有尊嚴和骨氣。尊嚴是一個民族的靈魂,是尋找正義的勇氣,更是未來幸福的嚮導。同胞們,尋求與全球民眾同等的幸福,必須要牢記尊嚴,大事小事都要付出努力,總而言之,尊嚴是辨別是非的智慧;

第三,自由是所有生命物的幸福所在,失去自由、像是在風中的酥 油燈,像是六百萬藏人的趨向,如果三區藏人能夠團結力量必會取得成果,請不要失去信心;

第四,本人所講的是六百萬西藏人民的問題。在民族鬥爭中,若有財富現在就是該使用的時候,若有學識就是該付出力量的緊張時刻,更覺得現在正是該犧牲生命的時候。在21世紀中,用火點燃珍貴的人生,主要是向全球民眾證實六百萬藏人的苦難、無人權及無公平的處境,如果有憐憫和慈心,就請關注弱小藏人的處境;

第五,我們要使用傳統宗教、文化和語言的基本自由,要有基本人權,希 望全世界人民能夠支援我們。藏人是西藏的主人,西藏必勝!

道孚.江白益西  

2012年3月16日

江白益西 Jampa Yeshi:康道塢(今四川省甘孜州道孚縣)人,2006年流亡印度,27歲。2012年3月26日在新德里抗議中國主席胡錦濤訪問印度的集會上自焚。被藏人送往醫院,但因傷勢太重,於3月28日即所謂的“百萬農奴解放紀念日”犧牲。

 

江白益西

三月二十六日,於印度新德里又一流亡藏人自焚。當時數百名流亡藏人正在印度國會外廣場遊行示威,抗議中共主度胡錦濤訪印,27歲的流亡藏人江白益西在示威者發表演講的過程中引火自焚。
在熊能火焰中,江白益西高呼西藏獨立口號,向講台跑了約五十公尺後倒下。據報導,江白全身九十八%灼傷,己於二十八日身亡。在遺囑中,益西鼓勵藏人團結奮鬥,為六百萬藏人爭取人權和自由。
自焚事件發生後,流亡藏人陸續趕往新德里中共使館前進行示威,於是印度警方拘捕了約500名藏人。27日開始,印度警方嚴密管控藏人居住區桑耶林西藏難民社區等,並命令藏人集中人數不得超過5人以上。
江白益西,終年27歲,是西藏康區甘孜州道孚縣人,2005年流亡印度,隨後在達蘭薩拉的成人學校就讀,三年前開始住在首都新德里。江白益西的朋友洛桑金巴表示,益西為人忠厚老實、肯幹肯學,喜歡閱讀達賴喇嘛尊者的著作,重視西藏問題的新聞報導,積極參與西藏自由活動。而這樣的一個人,在逃離了中共的高壓環境之後,依然選擇為了國家與同胞們付出他的生命。
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“A Tibetan man, identified as Jampa Yeshi, screams as he runs engulfed in flames after self-immolating at a protest in New Delhi, India, ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to the country Monday, March 26, 2012.”

(AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

 

 

Breaking: Tibetan youth self-immolates in New Delhi
Phayul[Monday, March 26, 2012 12:56]
By Sherab Woeser

Jamphel Yeshi, a Tibetan youth living in New Delhi set his body on fire at a mass protest at Jantar Mantar in the Indian capital demanding international intervention in the ongoing crisis in Tibet on March 26, 2012. (Phayul photo/Norbu Wangyal)
Jamphel Yeshi, a Tibetan youth living in New Delhi set his body on fire at a mass protest at Jantar Mantar in the Indian capital demanding international intervention in the ongoing crisis in Tibet on March 26, 2012. (Phayul photo/Norbu Wangyal)
New Delhi, March 26: A Tibetan youth today set himself on fire at a mass protest rally organised by the Tibetan Youth Congress in New Delhi, days ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to India.

The youth identified as Jamphel Yeshi aged between 26 -29, a resident of New Delhi, set his body on fire at 12:25 pm Indian standard Time.

He was rushed to a nearby hospital. The present condition of the youth is not immediately known.

In a repetition of the fiery protests that has engulfed Tibet for the past years, the youth Jamphel Yeshi, enveloped in high flames came out running and shouting from a nearby closed compound.

Running for about 100 metres, Jamphel Yeshi then fell to the ground where the Indian police and Tibetan activists tried to douse the flames. 

After almost ten minutes, the youth was carried in a police car to a nearby hospital.

From the back of the vehicle his severely burned feet and flesh peeling off with the burns were clearly visible.

Tibetan activists from all over India are currently gathered in New Delhi to urge the international community to intervene in the ongoing critical situation in Tibet and also show Tibetan's protest against Hu Jintao's visit.

Today, March 26 also marks a century since the declaration of war against the Manchu occupying forces in Tibet in 1912. 

30 Tibetans in Tibet have set their bodies on fire in Tibet since 2009 demanding the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama from exile and freedom in Tibet. 

Pawo Thupten Ngodup was the first known Tibetan to have self-immolated for the cause of Tibet in 1998. Jampa Yeshi's self-immolation today took place at almost the same place where Pawo Thupten Ngodup self-immolated.

Tibetan activist who set himself alight in India dies

By Paul Armstrong, CNN  March 28, 2012

(CNN) -- The Tibetan protester who set himself alight in the Indian capital ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit this week has died.

The 27-year-old man was admitted to hospital in New Delhi Monday with 90% burns to his body, but doctors could not save him and he died on Wednesday, said L.K. Makhija, the head of the burns ward at the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital.

Dramatic pictures showed the man, named by the London-based Free Tibet group as Jampa Yeshi, running along the street in flames as hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Indian parliament to protest against Chinese rule in Tibet. Many ethnic Tibetans fled Tibet for India with the Dalai Lama in 1959 after a failed uprising.

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President Hu was due to arrive in India for Thursday's BRICS summit of emerging economic powers, which includes India, China, Brazil, Russia and South Africa.

Self-immolation is a common form of protest for Tibetans who want genuine autonomy from China and accuse Beijing of repression.

Reports: Tibetans take their lives in protest of Chinese rule

More than 30 of them took place in the last year in China, Tibetan advocacy groups say.

They follow an increase in security measures by the Chinese authorities in response to unrest among Tibetans in western areas of China in recent months.

Some in Tibet have advocated independence from China. But the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, and others have said they favor genuine autonomy and resent the slow erosion of their culture amid an influx of Han Chinese, the most numerous ethnic group in China.

Activists say the disturbing acts of self-immolation reflect an increasingly repressive environment under China's control.

Beijing rejects accusations of oppression of Tibetans, saying that under its rule, living standards have greatly improved for the Tibetan people.

Chinese officials have described the self-immolations as "extreme" acts.

http://edition.cnn.com/2012/03/28/world/asia/india-tibet-activist-dies/index.html

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