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Letter to the Editor
We need change. Maumoon Abdul Gayyoom should go
5th October 2004
This is to express our sincere words of appreciation for those who are working in a very hard way for the freedom and independence of our country. We have been enslaved by Maumoon and his supporters - criminals, robbers and thieves for the last twenty-six years
This message is written by me, but this is the voice of many many thousands of Maldivians who are extremely upset, fed up, tired, disappointed of the tyranny and injustice of Maumoon and his gang. Maumoon has made the constitution and regulations in such a way that he will never leave the crown, and nobody could remove him from his kingdom until the last day of his life which he expects to extend to another 25 years with the blessings of Singapore doctors.
God is Great and therefore, some Maldivians realized the situation of the nation and started actions against this cruel man to whom no one dared to utter a word against him. But today, look at the website of Dhivehi Observer - www.dhivehiobserver.com . When time comes, nothing is impossible. But, God changes the situation only if the people work for it.
We know it is a very difficult task in front of you. But, nothing is impossible if you keep striving. We do not have too many options but we can
do whatever possible for us to let Maumoon down. Now, almost all Maldivians are against him. We hate him. We know that Maumoon and his gang are bloodsuckers in the Maldives today.
WE NEED CHANGE. MAUMOON ABDUL GAYYOOM SHOULD GO.
We pray and hope that the Maldivian freedom workers will be blessed and God will save the country from Maumoon - the head vampire and his followers
LONG LIVE !!! THE MALDIVES !!!
Dhon Manik, Male', Maldives
Dear Dhon Manik,
We thank you for the support and cooperation of the people in making DO a success story. DO will remain the Peoples' Press. DO is the result of very hard work by hundreds of people, in and outside the Maldives. Their names will be made public when Gayyoom stops torturing and imprisoning his critics.
Your support is much appreciated and makes us even more determined to bring an end to this tyranny.
Editor in Chief
Ahmed Moosa (Sappe')
© Dhivehi Observer 2004