Manga yunglat hte slam dat nngai

Moi kaji ten hta shalawt da gin ra ni e jahpawt jawng lung ten shagu mahkwn yu sai,
Mungmasa mahkawn re.

An hte a Wunpawng mungdan kata de ,tawt lai shang kabye rawng nga ai,Maigan hpyen mahkra hpe,
Atsai awai gawt shapraw kau nhtawm , mungshawa hta shadip jahpang nga ai wunpawng Gumrawng gum tsa mung dan ,Gaw sharawt shagrin da ai shani she wunpawng mungda ngwi pyaw simsa ai hte rau rawt galu gaba wa na re ngu ai hpe an hte da king dalang kam sham ga ai.

Monday, May 25, 2009


Malaysian churches call to free Aung San Suu Kyi

The Council of Churches of Malaysia joins churches around the world in strongly condemning the arrest and trumped-up trial of the Nobel Prize Laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi by the military government of Myanmar.

Freedom has been denied her and the people of Myanmar as she has become the victim of political repression. The trial in court is meant to meet out a judgement that will extend her house arrest for many more years and bar her from meaningful participation in the forth coming elections.

Aung San Suu Kyi is a symbol of courage and hope for the people of Myanmar and for the rest of the world. She is an ambassador of passive resistance for democratic change.

Therefore, we urge Asean countries, and most especially our government and the rest of the international community to exert pressure on the military government to release Aung San Suu Kyi unconditionally and to restore democracy in the country.

We stand in solidarity and prayer with the people of Myanmar who are striving with great faith and hope to be able to live as a democratic and peaceful nation.

President, Council of Churches of Malaysia

20th May 2009