Abraham Maurits "Bram" Behr (18 January 1951 in Curaçao – 8 December 1982 in Paramaribo) was a Surinamese journalist. He published the pamphlet De Rode Surinamer and edited the weekly newspaper Mokro. He also founded (June 24, 1981) and led the Hoxhaist Communist Party of Suriname (CPS) in opposition to the military dictatorship of Dési Bouterse. Behr was assassinated along with 14 other prominent Bouterse opponents on December 8, 1982, an incident known as the December murders.
- Dew, Edward M. The Trouble in Suriname, 1975-1993. Westport: Praeger, 1994.
- (Dutch) De Groene Amsterdammer (November 25, 2000)
- (Dutch) Anda Suriname profile
- Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. "Report on the Human Rights Situation in Suriname" (October 5, 1983)
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