Japan's "comfort women” issue deserves attention

  • Article by: Byong Moon Kim
  • Updated: August 13, 2013 - 9:18 AM

Evidence of Imperial Japan’s military sexual slavery has been well-documented, often using Japanese documents.

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minn12Aug. 13, 1312:21 AM

Really? I fail to see any value to this. What a waste of newsprint and bandwidth. This is a new low even for the Strib.

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luzhishenAug. 13, 1312:54 AM

For reasons unknown to me we have relegated this and other Japanese war crimes to some sort of historical footnote. Instead, we seem to embrace the sort of militarism that the Japanese tried - with a large degree of success - to rid their country of after WWII.

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ednakanoAug. 14, 13 5:57 PM

This article is just like copy of Asahi News paper (Japanese left wing paper). Bring Japan-Korea issue to USA just spreeding hatre action.

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ednakanoAug. 14, 13 5:59 PM

People should check "Comfort women" during Korean war. There were real "Sex Slave" of UN military.

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luzhishenAug. 15, 1312:33 AM

What does ednakano think of Unit 731? More fiction?

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ednakanoAug. 15, 13 5:14 AM

US military get ll result of 731 unit. Have ypu ever USA officslly blame about it? Unit 731 became famus by one fuction novel.

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mikethehorseAug. 15, 13 4:42 PM

Japanese atrocities in WW II were never ending and never was apologized for. Why didn't you post my response?

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