More than five thousand flood victims in 18 villages of Kyaukgyi Township need emergency assistance

More than five thousand flood victims in 18 villages of Kyaukgyi Township need emergency assistance

Baguio On October 17, KNU announced that 8,000 acres of farmland in 18 villages in the area controlled by the Karen National Union (KNU) of Kyaukgyi Township were submerged and more than 5,000 people needed emergency assistance.

The statement also stated that since last August, the floods have flooded almost every village and fields, and the cultivated rice has been destroyed.

According to the lists of the village-level land committees, nearly five thousand people in 18 villages are also in need of emergency humanitarian assistance due to the floods.

RFA reached out to KNU officials to find out more about the situation, but could not be reached at this time.

He is a bicycle. above Mamanu Beans lin pin left postage stamp Row of bamboo trees It is written that the farms of 18 villages, including Kyun Gyi, were destroyed.

It has also been reported that they are facing transportation difficulties due to floods, and are having difficulties with food and health care.

To find out about this situation, the military council's spokesman for the Bagu Division government contacted Minister of Economy U Tin Oo by phone, but there was no response.

The social workers of the Military Council said that the floods in Bagu Township last day affected about 20,000 people, including 12 wards and eight villages. Ministry of Relief and Resettlement Listed in the Department of Disaster Management.

It was revealed that Quddus Abdur Wali was arrested for "criminal" behavior such as "viewing illegal material on the Internet"

Prepared by our correspondent Shohret Hoshur from Washington

Sahiba Sairamoğlu, an expatriate living in Turkey, revealed last week that her brother Quddus Abdur Wali was abducted for no reason and illegally 3 months ago, and this news attracted the attention of some international community. In the course of our reporter's investigation, it became clear that Quddus Abdu Wali was involved in a "big" case and was being held in the Hamul city jail together with more than 50 suspects, and that "viewing illegal materials on the Internet" was one of his and his friends' "criminal" activities.

After the abduction of his brother Quddus Abdur Wali, an expatriate living in Turkey, Sahiba Sairamoğlu asked for information from the police authorities of Bortala city, where his brother was detained, and the Chinese embassy in Turkey and waited for their answers. He disclosed the situation to the international media 3 months after he did not receive the appropriate response. After that, both the Chinese embassy, ​​who initially rudely rejected his questions, and the Bortala police, who ordered him to keep his mouth shut, answered his questions and advised him not to spread the international situation. In the process, he learned that his brother had been kidnapped in Bortala, then transferred to Hamul, and that he was being investigated for his involvement in a case that happened in Hamul.

Khamul City State Security Police Chief, who received our call, did not give specific information about Quddus Abdur Wali, but he did not deny the existence of a suspect who was transferred from Bortala.

An officer who answered our call from Bortala confirmed that Quddus Abdu Wali had been transferred to Hamul.

Sahiba said that Quddus Abdur Wali was working in a trucking company in Hamul city with the introduction of a friend named Intizar who had studied in Hamul. Sahiba learned from unofficial sources that after a "problem" arose from her friends she met in Hamul, she and her friend Intizar were involved in the case and were kidnapped.

To find out the details of the case, we called Hamul Pedagogical College, where Intizar's friend may have studied. The officer who took our call declined to answer, saying the case was classified as a state secret.

An officer who answered our call and did not wish to be identified, said that a major case was recently discovered at Hamul Pedagogical College. In addition to some of the school's teachers and students, some of their friends outside of Hamul were also involved in the case. He noted that the case is being investigated by the National Security Team of Hamul Province and Uygur Autonomous Region, and the details of the case are being kept strictly confidential.

According to online archives, there are three prisons in Hamul, including the city jail, the railway jail, and the detention center. The city jail holds suspects who are the subject of investigations by police agencies above the county level, including those involved in national security cases.

An officer of Hamul City Prison who received our call revealed that a total of 91 people have been detained in the "major" case of Pedagogical Technology, and more than 50 of them are still in captivity. Another officer of the prison confirmed that 20-30 of the more than 50 suspects were taken from Bortala and other cities and counties.

The above official, who did not wish to be identified, said that the suspects involved in the case were arrested on suspicion of "criminal" crimes such as illegal assembly, jumping over the wall on the Internet, that is, viewing "illegal" material on the Internet, spreading ethnic hatred, and attempting to create ethnic separatism.

According to another official of the city jail, Quddus Abdur Wali, who was detained at Bortala, was arrested because he was viewing something "illegal" on the computer.

The officer also said that the "crime" of Quddus Abdu Wali and his friends was not the same, but he was unaware of the rest of the details of the case.

Above, we reported that the brother and friends of Bortala expatriate Sahiba Sairamoğlu were abducted in connection with a "big" case and are currently being held in Hamul City Prison.

Israeli security group: “North Korea’s tunnel technology could be used in Hamas raids”

An Israeli security group has analyzed that North Korea may have delivered underground tunnel digging technology to the Palestinian militant group Hamas through  the Lebanese armed group  Hezbollah . Reporter Jaewoo Park reports . 

The Alma Research and Education Center, an Israeli security organization, published a report titled ' Hezbollah 's " Land of Tunnels" in  2021 , and found that Hezbollah was involved in the ' Chosun Mining ', known as a North Korean arms export company. It was revealed that tunnel materials and technology were supplied from 'Development and Trading Company (KOMID)' .   

He also pointed out that  “ North Korea’s tunnel technology that was passed on to Hezbollah may have also been passed on to Hamas, ” and  that “ it  is called ‘ Hamas Metro . ’ ”

Radio Free Asia (RFA) had difficulty contacting the Alma Research and Education Center amidst the Israeli - Palestinian war .

The Center arranged an interview with CEO Sarit Zehavi on the 17th  , saying that the author of the report had been drafted into the reserve forces due to the current war and that it would be difficult to interview him . 

Representative Zehabi told   RFA on this day, “ It is not clear whether Hamas obtained tunneling technology directly from North Korea, ” but  added, “ As shown in our report, North Korea delivered the technology to Hezbollah , and the technology transferred to Hezbollah ended up in Hamas’ hands.” “ It looks like what went in is correct, ” he claimed . 

According to a 2021 report, at the time, North Korea's 'Chosun Mining Development Trading Company' supplied materials for excavating underground tunnels and provided North Korea's excavation methods to Hezbollah's 'Jihad Construction Foundation', along the Syrian border west of Lebanon . Six North Korean personnel were dispatched to a nearby area .  

Hezbollah's tunnel digging technique, which acquired this technology, was also passed on to Hamas.

 “ Specifically, the tunnel excavated and delivered to Hamas  is  the ‘ strategic tunnel ’ mentioned in the 2021 report,  ” he explained , adding, “ It is a tunnel that can move militants, vehicles, and munitions from one place to another . ”

He also said that there is a possibility that the tunnel used in this Hamas attack may have indirectly used North Korean technology.

Representative Zehabi : The tunnel used in this Hamas attack extended from inside Hamas to near the border . My assessment ( of the possibility that North Korean technology was used ) is high . Hamas has become a proxy for Iran and Hezbollah, and all information is being shared . It is quite possible because Hezbollah's tunnel technology is based on North Korean knowledge .    

Representative Jehabi said,  “ If you look at the terrain of Israel, some areas are concrete and some are desert terrain , ” and  “ The concrete terrain is similar to North Korea, so  we would have received ( technical ) help in this area . ”  

He added  , “ By Western standards,  it is not being excavated for ‘ safety , ’ ” and  “ that is why it can be built relatively quickly . ”

Lastly, when asked what North Korea's threat means to Israel, Representative Zehabi answered as follows.

Representative Zehabi : Israel is not under direct threat from North Korea . Rather than dealing with distant North Korea, we must deal with Hamas, Hezbollah , and Iran . Because this is a direct threat to the State of Israel . But I want you to know that what is happening here is not just Israeli - Palestinian, it is something much bigger . The free world must unite to get through this. 
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