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久美嘉措,又稱果洛久美 Jigme Gyatso, also known as Golog Jigme
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久美嘉措,又稱果洛久美 Jigme Gyatso, also known as Golog Jigme 生平 :

甘肅省甘南州夏河縣拉卜楞寺僧人久美嘉措。曾兩度被捕,受酷刑。2012年9月間被失蹤。2012年11月28號,甘肅省公安廳下發通緝令,聲稱果洛久美涉嫌故意殺人罪,舉報下落者獎勵人民幣20萬元。

 


唯色“記失踪的喇嘛果洛久美”

這是拉卜楞寺僧人久美嘉措,又稱果洛久美,在他的僧舍留影。

9月初的一天夜裡,果洛久美的僧舍被夏河縣某個單位拆毀。

果洛久美的身後是他出家為僧許多年的拉卜楞寺。

一周前,一个陌生的电话用安多藏语急匆匆地告诉我,果洛久美可能被捕了。我当时正走过小昭寺,看见几个特警围着两个年轻藏人,在检查他们的身份证。“什么时候?”我大声问道,但从旁边小店里传出的用汉语唱的流行歌曲的声音更大,还没听清说的是什么,电话就断了。

我立即撥打果洛久美的手機,傳來的是“已停機”的通知。

果洛久美是格鲁派大寺拉卜楞寺的僧人。全名是久美嘉措,今年43岁。出生于四川省甘孜藏族自治州色达县,而此地在传统上被称为“果洛色达”,紧挨着并属于以游牧为主的果洛地区。寺院中同名的僧人很多,比如被拘捕过多次、如今面临被判刑的前寺管会副主任喇嘛久美,他的法名也是久美嘉措。为了表示区别,都各有别称。果洛久美即来自果洛色达的久美。

果洛久美曾在2008年和2009年两度被拘捕,主要原因是他协助农民出身的顿珠旺青拍摄纪录片《不再恐惧》。这是第一部由境内藏人拍摄的关涉真实与证言的纪录片,采访的藏人中还有果洛久美的父亲,泣不成声地诉说着对尊者达赖喇嘛的思念。顿珠旺青因此被判刑6年,罪名是“颠覆国家政权”。果洛久美则受尽酷刑,落下疾患,去年初我见到他时,目睹他因为天气寒冷,全身痛得走不动路。

我不敢相信果洛久美又一次身陷囹圄。就在上个月,他还在电话中问我是否安好。其实他总是这样,牵挂朋友的安危,却从来不提自己遭遇的困难。他性格开朗,声音爽朗,圆圆的脸上总是挂着微笑。见过他却不了解他的人,是无法想象勇于担当的他曾被酷刑折磨得九死一生。正是那期间,他的父亲忧虑成疾,在他获释不久便离世。

两天前,有关果洛久美更多的消息从我和他都认识的朋友那里传来,充满了不可测的危险,令人十分担忧。

据悉,9月初的一天夜里,拉卜楞寺所在的甘肃省甘南藏族自治州夏河县的某个单位,突然派人开着挖掘机将果洛久美的僧舍夷为平地。他们并未说明所属哪个单位,只是声称拆房与政府的城市建设有关。果洛久美的僧舍很小,而整个拉卜楞寺只有他的僧舍被拆毁。他只好在挖掘机步步紧逼之时,匆忙搬出必需物品,与别的僧人挤住在一起。

果洛久美早在幼年时,就到拉卜楞寺这座著名的佛教寺院出家,称得上是资深僧人。当他的僧舍被拆毁,他去找寺管会借房子暂住,却被寺管会一口拒绝。9月20日,果洛久美被兰州的藏人家请去念经。9月21日,他去州府合作市办事,并停留了一天。次日,在返回拉卜楞寺途中失踪,至今杳无音讯。

“都说果洛久美的失踪很有可能是被公安抓走了。但这次被捕的原因不明,或许与十八大将要召开有关,拆毁僧舍很像是统一的行动,令人非常担心他的安危。”透露果洛久美消息的朋友说。

我曾在记录《藏地高僧或被酷刑或被失踪之案例》的博文中写过:“许多人,是的,他们都是我们的文化中,被尊为佛法僧三宝之一的“僧宝”,都是我们的绛红色的珍宝,却一个个地,在今天,不但被贬低,被仇恨,甚至被肉体消灭。当然,如此对待我们的仁波切、格西、堪布、喇嘛以及所有僧侣的,不是一个人,不是一群人,而是一个政府……恳求关注他们被迫害的命运。他们以及众多藏人僧侣的苦难绝不是偶然的,绝不是个别的。”

2012-10-11,寫於拉薩

(本文为自由亚洲电台特约评论,相关内容并由自由亚洲电台藏语专题节目广播,转载请注明。)

延伸閱讀:

“不再恐懼

藏地高僧Enforcement)Ordinance(Cap酷刑Enforcement)Ordinance(Cap失踪之案例http://woeser.middle-way.net/2012/01/blog-post_25.html

來自:http://woeser.middle-way.net/2012/10/blog-post_3969.html


Jigme Gyatso, also known as Golog Jigme

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Name: Jigme Gyatso | also known as Golog Jigme
Age: 43
Summary: Tibetan monk who helped Dhondup Wangchen film ‘Leaving Fear Behind’, a film featuring Tibetans talking about the situation in Tibet
Charge: Alleged murder charges
Sentence: Warrant for his arrest has been issued; facing a possible death sentence
Prison: Whereabouts unknown
Status: Well being unknown


Text message of arrest warrant for Golog JigmeURGENT SITUATION: Jigme Gyatso, also known as Golog Jigme, is facing a possible death sentence.  On 28 November 2012, the Public Security Bureau of Gansu Province issued an arrest warrant for alleged murder charges, announcing a large cash reward for anyone who could give information about his whereabouts. The arrest warrant and reward information was distributed via text message and local Tibetans have been repeatedly urged to contact the Public Security Bureau with information about Golog Jigme’s whereabouts.

Golog JigmeJigme Gyatso (also known as Golog Jigme), a Tibetan monk at Labrang monastery, was born in 1969 in the village of Ragtham in Golog Serthar (Chinese: Seda), eastern Tibet. He is well-known as a social activist, teaching children about Tibetan culture, advocating for Tibetan language, and assisting in relief efforts after a magnitute 4.9 earthquake struck Yushu, Kham, in April 2010.

In 2007/08, Jigme Gyatso assisted Tibetan filmmakerDhondup Wangchen in the filming of ‘Leaving Fear Behind’, a powerful documentary film featuring interviews with ordinary Tibetan people speaking about China as hosts of the 2008 Olympics, discussing the erosion of Tibetan language, the sinification of their culture, praising the Dalai Lama, and expressing their grievances with the flood of ethnic Han migrants. Despite the great risks involved with appearing on camera, all 108 Tibetans interviewed chose to have their faces shown in the interviews. 20 of these interviews appear in the film, as well as a self-shot segment with Dhondup Wangchen. The resulting film was described by The New York Times as “an unadorned indictment of the Chinese government”. It was compiled from 40 hours of interview footage shot with a single camera. The documentary premiered on the opening day of the Olympics and was clandestinely screened for foreign reporters in Beijing.

Golog Jigme in YushulThe film footage was just smuggled out of Tibet as mass protests across Tibet erupted. Both Jigme Gyatso and Dhondup Wangchen were detained on 28 March 2008. Dhondup Wangchen was charged with “subversion” in a secret trial and given a 6 year prison sentence. He is currently imprisoned and suffering from Hepatitis B while being refused medical treatment.  Golog Jigme was released in October 2008 at which point it was learned that he and Dhondup had both undergone severe interrogations and torture in detention that included electrocution.

Golog Jigme has been missing since 20 September 2012 when he travelled from Labrang monastery to Tsoe in Kanlho, north-eastern Tibet. Sources in exile have reported he disappeared while en route home, after traveling to the Gansu provincial capital Lanzhou for “personal reasons”.

Golog JigmeSince no one seems to know where he is, and no one has claimed contact with him, he is believed to have been stopped and arrested by Chinese authorities.  On 28 November 2012, the Public Security Bureau of Gansu Province issued an arrest warrant against him and announced a large cash reward for informers. The Public Security Bureau sent the arrest warrant and reward information via text message, and have been repeatedly urging locals to contact them with information on Golog Jigme’s whereabouts.

Golog Jigme is described by local Tibetans as a “monk of moral integrity and a sincere social worker”. His fellow filmmakers and friends reject the accusations made against him, and argue that it would have been impossible for Golog Jigme to even commit such a crime. Friends attest to his commitment to non-violence and claim the charges against him are false and politically motivated.

 

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