According to Indonesian police, at least 53 Indonesian civilians and security forces were killed in the Indonesian Papuan provinces, or West Papua, in 2022. At least 39 were civilians; another 37 people were injured. In 2021, 34 people were killed – around 15 security forces and 18 civilians. Fifty-three civilians died between 2010 and 2017, for comparison. The West Papua National Liberation Army (
Thank you for simply stating facts you're reasonably sure of and allowing the people denied a voice in mainstream media an opertunity to speak for themselves. As a consultant with OPM I am happy to answer questions concerning West Papua's global situation, and I have a short briefing available at wpik.org/a including a rather long & boring peer reviewed legal paper that a Griffith University journal published some years ago, several on-link links to declassified gov't & UN reports proving beyond doubt that West Papua is not part of Indonesia but is a UN trust territory that our governments & the UN have ILLEGALLY been concealing from the Trusteeship Council (which is meant to prepare yearly UN reports about all remaining trust territories i.e. West Papua) and at the bottom a link to a 3 minute video explaining how this situation came into existence.