Kurd Amyu sha ni a maumwi Mausa grai kaba ai ni raitim Iraq, Iran, Syria, Turkey mungdan ni hta chyam bra nga ai amyu sha ni rai nga ai. Kurd Amyu sha ni Mungdan lu hkra rawt Malan gasat ai lam hta Amyu shayi ni hpe ahkyak ai magam bungli hte shawnglam majan pa hkan woi awn ai ningbaw shara ni du hkra shara jaw ai hte maren 2014 ning kaw na Kurd amyu sha rawt malan bungli hta Amyu Shayi Majan Kasat ai hpyen dap, Hpyen hpung ni law law byin pru wa sai hte, Majan kasat ai amyu shayi dinggai mahkawn ni gaw hpyen wa rim la hkrum, roi rip hkrum na malai, majan kasat let ap nawng na ngu hkam la ai hpyen num ni grai law ai lam sawk sagawn chye lu ai. Ndai Kurdish Women Fighters ni a magrau grang ai lam hte awng padang lam law law hpe sinna mungdan kaba ni kaw na ram ram shakawn shagrau ai hkrum ma ai. Kurdish Amyu Rawt Malan Hpung ni hpe Turkey, Iraq, Syria Mungdan Asuya ni kaw nna majan kaba hpaw, Chemical weapons ni du hkra lang nhtawm kasat shamyit nga ai raitim asum njaw ai sha Kurdistan Mungdan byin wa hkra shakut nga ai amyu sha ni rai nga ma ai.
Anhte Jinghpaw WP law malawng gaw Muslim Arab nga yang tinang hte nseng ai zawn tawn kau chye ma ai, hpami rai rai rawt malan nga ai anhte WP amyu shayi ni mung ndai Kurdish Women Fighters ni a kaja ai kasi kamang ni hpe hti hkaja nhtawm Wunpawng Amyu sha ni a rawt malan majan hta n-gun kaba byin wa mai nga ai.
An hte Amyu shawa ni madu da ai lamu ga, Htung hkring ningli n-hprang sut gan hpe yu yang masan mayan garen gari n-hkrum gring nga ga ai, tim dai ni hpa majaw hkrap nep myi prwi hte matsan mayan hkrum nga ga ai kun?
an hte yong jawm myit yu s'ga, an hte ni myit hkrum gahkyin gumdin myit mang shabawn langai rau Amyu shawa hkrun lam hta la ta grindun hkom sa ra s'ga ai.
mungkan ntsa hta an hte Jinghpaw mung kaw daram ja gumhpraw tam ai shara nnga ai. gadai ni lu su zahte kaw mi tai ra ai kun? an hte Amyu shawa ni lu su ra ai re. dai ni lamu ga madu ni lu su ra ai re, tim masha za sam ni she lu su wa ma sai law.
moi matsan nga ai an hte hteq hpa mung nseng n-an ai ni she za hte kaw mi tai nna an hte Amyu shawa ni hpe pyi yu nkam nna myi n-da hte she ting gyen yu kaji taw ma ai.
an hte Amyu shawa ni myit mang shabawn langai hte tinang aq mungdan lamu ga hpe makop maga let hkye hkrang la lu hkra shakut ra s'ga ai law.
dai rai yang an hte Amyu shawa ni mung Chye ning chyang, hpan ning sang, hpan jaw ya ai n-dai Jinghpaw mung lamu ga, sali wunli sut gan hte matsan mayan garen gari hkrum ai kaw na bawng ring rot jat lu su wa na re ngu nna kam nga nngai rai.
I need to share the energy I got for today. The energy I got from our Kachin people.
On one hand, I am so upset about what happened to Maran Lu Ra and Tangbau Hkawn Nan Tsin and also shocked by what the Burmese military did. Maran Lu Ra and Tangbau Hkawn Nan Tsin were so young and haven't lived their lives to the fullest.
On the other hand I am so amazed on how fast Kachin people became united in a few days time to do an amazing funeral service for these two girls to a large scale.
Burmese military's violence and cruelty has made us Kachin people united. Do we need Burmese army's violence and cruelty to make our Kachin people united? We need to be united all the time. If we can be united like today and be all powered up we can do anything. We can even move mountains with this kind of strength and united ness.
We don't want another Maran Lu Ra and Tangbau Hkawn Nan Tsin tragedy happen again in the future. It's time for each of us Kachin people to think what kind of life and future we really want and how much are we willing to fight for?
*KADAI HTE MUNG SHINGDAW N MAI SAI* ############################## Goi e .... e .... ya Mali zinghka Wanang ninghtoi kaja e wa, Marawt tsawm a ningnaw Madi tsawm a wadaw, Myit su shayi sha yan hpe Ndai ga shagawp ningtam hte, Marit n wai yawn na malai Shagawp shagrau dat nngai rai ....
Nat madai shayi Ja Hkawng Ningrum wa gaw Pawng Yawng, Matu mara kaw na pra yu wa ai Annau ni pu gang sin dun ga ai, Ya ya gaw nan yan a majaw Myu sha ni a myit hta n pyaw, Yawng a myit masin hpe wa Agre sha mat wa ai zawn nga, Woi anawn jasu dat ai lam gaw Tsaw dik ai labau ka da masai yaw....
Wunpawng sha ni a gam maka Nan 2 gaw asak hte hpawn ap ya, Nan yan zawn re mungkan ntsa Shingdaw dan na kaga n mu ga, Saidawng maka Aja hpaga ni hta Nan 2 gaw yawng hta grau hpu sa, Sumnung shingdi Yu ra shingni Chyoipra Wenyi Hkohkam shayi, Nan hkawng nan rai manit dai Shagawp shakawn n ma nngai, Moba shayi Ruhta zawn rai hkra Kachin Hkohkam nnan shangai na, Nan 2 gaw labau npawt gaw da sai majaw Myu sha ni yawng n malap na saga ai yaw.
Ya ngai .... Namhkai Hka wa she Shiga hkin-gau hpe adawt agre, N tsun ging ai hpe mung tsun Magap tawn ai hpe mung alun, Myu sha ni yawng a matu ngu Myit gaw du tim ahkum n du, Raitim ....nan a hkrun lam hta Ten tup zinghkri ntsa noi ya sa, Dai majaw nan 2 yan gaw .... Dinghta amu ngut sai majaw, Htaw .. Hparadisu hta e pyaw Sumsing hta e wa aw law .... nga manu ngu Ndai ga shagawp ningtam hte Myit dum shakram dat nngai oi ....
Kachin Alliance President Gum San NSang gave words of tribute and General Secretary Ja Seng Mai gave eulogy. They highlighted passion and commitment of the two teachers to serve God and to give back to their community.
A memorial service for Maran Lu Ra and Tangbau Hkawn Tsin was held in Washington DC today. Members of Chin, Karen and Burmese community joined members of Kachin community and Calvary Baptist Church at the prayer service along representatives from American Baptist Churches and District of Columbia Baptist Convention. They honored the two young Christian women whose lives and ministries were cut short by a horrendous act.
Rev. Patricia Hernandez of American Baptist Churches offered condolence from American Baptist Churches USA at memorial service for the two slain teacher in Washington DC.
The motorcade carrying the bodies of the two fallen teachers reached KBC HQs compound in Myitkyina. Funeral procession will start from KBC HQs to AD 2000 Hall in Nawng nang near Jam Bum Cemetery where the two Christians will receive Christian burial.
Kachin, tribal peoples occupying parts of northeastern Myanmar (Burma) and contiguous areas ofIndia (Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland) and China (Yunnan). The greatest number of Kachin live in Myanmar (roughly 790,000), but some 150,000 live in China and a few thousand in India. Numbering about 1012,000 in the late 20th century, they speak a variety of languages of the Tibeto-Burman group and are thereby distinguished as Jinghpaw, or Jingpo (Chingpaw [Ching-p’o], Singhpo), Atsi, Maru (Longvo), Lachid, Nung (Rawang), and Lisu .
The traditional Kachin religion is a form of animistic ancestor cult entailing animalsacrifice. As a result of the arrival of American and European missionaries in Burma beginning in the late 19th century, a majority of the Kachin are Christian, mainly Baptist and Roman Catholic. Among the Kachin in India, Buddhism predominates.