MEMORANDUM OF AN URGENT INTERVENTION TO STOP CONTINUOUS GENOCIDE TOWARDS MUSLIMS IN MYANMAR.

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27th March 2013

 

H.E. Luc Vandebon

Ambassador

Head of Delegation

European Union Delegation of the European Commission

Menara Tan and Tan, Suite 10.01

207 Jalan Tun Razak,

50400 Kuala Lumpur                              

 

Dear Yours Excellency,

 

MEMORANDUM OF AN URGENT INTERVENTION TO STOP CONTINUOUS GENOCIDE TOWARDS MUSLIMS IN MYANMAR.

 

 

Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization Malaysia (MERHROM) strongly condemns the attack on Muslim population in Myanmar since many decades by the Myanmar government. The recent riot involving Buddhist and Muslim in Meiktila is the interpretation of continuous effort to clean Muslim from Myanmar. The riot which started on 20 March 2013, witnessed the death of more than 50 Muslims including 11 women, madrassa students, and religious teachers. Estimated 28 Students and 4 religious teachers were slashed and burnt to destroy the evidence. Though the numbers are low but it will increase tremendously if there is no effort by the Myanmar government to stop the killing immediately.

 

During the 6 days riot, at least 14 Mosques have been burnt though the government stated the lower number. Hundreds of Muslim houses, shops and other properties have been burnt and thousands of them are homeless. Witnesses saw the Fire engines only douse burning Buddhist homes, while Muslims homes are left to burn.

 

Initially there are over 1000 Muslims taking refuge in the football field with no proper shelter, food, drink and medical supplies. Currently more than 10,000 residents mostly Muslims become homeless. According to the government the 10,000 were placed in 5 camps with enough foods and water. However our sources reported that the Muslims did not get foods, water and medical supplies. According to source food cannot be sent to them due to “security” reason. It is very weird that in a country full with the security forces the “security” becomes the big hindrance for them to save lives of other people. This shows the reluctant of the Myanmar government to protect its own people from the Muslim faith.

 

Though the President Thien Sein has sent his army and security forces to the affected area, the riot still spread to the other town very fast and uncontrollably. The riot has spread from Meiktila to few other towns. In Yamethin, 64km from Meiktila, a group of Buddhist burnt a mosque and 50 Muslim houses. The same incident took place in Lewei town.  Muslims in Tatkone, 80km from Meiktila witnessed a group of 20 men throwing stone and ransack a mosques as well as breaking the windows. More and more Muslim has been attacked, Mosques and houses have been burnt and Muslim properties have been destroyed.

 

Buddhist monks and others armed with swords and knives stalked the streets of a city in central Myanmar attacking the Muslims. According to the Muslims, Pamphlets and DVDs of an anti-Muslim nature have been distributed all over in Mandalay. They show Muslims beheading those of other faiths. Some Buddhist monks have been preaching anti-Muslim sermons.

 

Anti-Muslim campaigns have been getting stronger in Burma during recent weeks. President Thein Sein’s government has incited the attacks and ignored the growing anti-Muslim campaigns.”

 

Until now nothing has been done to stop the riot and killing of Muslims. Military and police special branch only take video recordings while fire engines only watch Muslim houses, mosques and properties burnt down by Buddhist.

 

Myanmar government doesn’t seem to be serious to tackle the riot which claim more lives day by day. The government is in power, they can control the riot easily or they can stop the riot if they want. But they don’t want to as it is their dream to see Muslim disappear from Myanmar.

 

MERHROM strongly emphasized that the tragedy in Arakan State and Meiktila is not a religious conflict or communal clashes or ethnic conflict. These are the organized plan by the Myanmar government to clean the Muslims from Myanmar using the religion and ethnic.

 

We are still not over with the last violence in Arakan State in June 2012. The human rights violations towards Rohingya Muslim by the Myanmar government are ongoing though the International communities think the situation back to normal. The violence claims thousands of lives of Rohinya Muslims though the government stated only 180 deaths. Besides the high toll deaths more than 115,000 Rohingyas lost their houses. They had to stay in overcrowded temporary camp with severe lack of food, drink and medical supplies. The lack of basic needs resulted thousands more Rohingya children, women, elderly and men died in silence. Thousands more drowned in the ocean in their attempt to save their lives from the persecutions and prosecutions by the Myanmar government.

 

The violence also witnessed thousands of houses, mosques and Muslim properties were destroyed massively. Looking at the situation added with ethnic cleansing policy towards Muslims from the government, only God knows how long it will take to re-develop the Muslim houses, mosques and properties that have been destroyed in both Arakan State, Meiktila and other towns.

 

We have learnt from the violence in Arakan State. The violence started in one place and then spread to the other place. It has spread from villages to villages and from Township to Township. Later on it has spread to divisions and finally State to State until there are no more Muslim in Myanmar. What the Myanmar government is doing to the Muslim is the act of GENOCIDE. The Myanmar government has done the biggest crime against humanity and they must be accountable for the crime they have done.

 

In this very critical situation, MERHROM urge the United Nations Security Council, US Government, British Government, European Union, World Leaders, OIC, ASEAN and International Communities to:

 

  1. 1.     Prosecute the President Thien Sein and former General Thein Shwe for Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity. They must be brought to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for killing, raping, torturing, detaining and abusing Minority Muslims and other ethnics.

 

  1. 2.     Stop the economic and political relationship with Myanmar until they resolve the conflict and protect Muslims in Myanmar with equal rights

 

  1. 3.     Urge the United Nations Security Council to send their Peace Keeping Mission to Arakan State and Meiktila Urgently to control and monitor the human rights abuses

 

  1. 4.     Urge the United Nations to establish an Independent Commission of Inquiry to investigate, monitor and access the situation Urgently 

 

 

We thank you for your Urgent Intervention to resolve the conflict and Save the minority Muslims from the state sponsored ethnic cleansing and GENOCIDE.

 

Thank you.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Mr. Zafar Ahmad Bin Abdul Ghani

President

Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization Malaysia (MERHROM)

Tel: +6016-6827287

Email : rights4rohingya@yahoo.co.uk

Blog : www.http://merhrom.wordpress.com

 

 

MEMORANDUM OF AN URGENT INTERVENTION TO STOP CONTINUOUS GENOCIDE TOWARDS MUSLIMS IN MYANMAR.

 

source hear:

27th March 2013

 

H.E Paul W. Jones

Ambassador

Embassy of the United States of America

376 Jalan Tun Razak

50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   

 

Dear Yours Excellency,

 

MEMORANDUM OF AN URGENT INTERVENTION TO STOP CONTINUOUS GENOCIDE TOWARDS MUSLIMS IN MYANMAR.

 

 

Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization Malaysia (MERHROM) strongly condemns the attack on Muslim population in Myanmar since many decades by the Myanmar government. The recent riot involving Buddhist and Muslim in Meiktila is the interpretation of continuous effort to clean Muslim from Myanmar. The riot which started on 20 March 2013, witnessed the death of more than 50 Muslims including 11 women, madrassa students, and religious teachers. Estimated 28 Students and 4 religious teachers were slashed and burnt to destroy the evidence. Though the numbers are low but it will increase tremendously if there is no effort by the Myanmar government to stop the killing immediately.

 

During the 6 days riot, at least 14 Mosques have been burnt though the government stated the lower number. Hundreds of Muslim houses, shops and other properties have been burnt and thousands of them are homeless. Witnesses saw the Fire engines only douse burning Buddhist homes, while Muslims homes are left to burn.

 

Initially there are over 1000 Muslims taking refuge in the football field with no proper shelter, food, drink and medical supplies. Currently more than 10,000 residents mostly Muslims become homeless. According to the government the 10,000 were placed in 5 camps with enough foods and water. However our sources reported that the Muslims did not get foods, water and medical supplies. According to source food cannot be sent to them due to “security” reason. It is very weird that in a country full with the security forces the “security” becomes the big hindrance for them to save lives of other people. This shows the reluctant of the Myanmar government to protect its own people from the Muslim faith.

 

Though the President Thien Sein has sent his army and security forces to the affected area, the riot still spread to the other town very fast and uncontrollably. The riot has spread from Meiktila to few other towns. In Yamethin, 64km from Meiktila, a group of Buddhist burnt a mosque and 50 Muslim houses. The same incident took place in Lewei town.  Muslims in Tatkone, 80km from Meiktila witnessed a group of 20 men throwing stone and ransack a mosques as well as breaking the windows. More and more Muslim has been attacked, Mosques and houses have been burnt and Muslim properties have been destroyed.

 

Buddhist monks and others armed with swords and knives stalked the streets of a city in central Myanmar attacking the Muslims. According to the Muslims, Pamphlets and DVDs of an anti-Muslim nature have been distributed all over in Mandalay. They show Muslims beheading those of other faiths. Some Buddhist monks have been preaching anti-Muslim sermons.

 

Anti-Muslim campaigns have been getting stronger in Burma during recent weeks. President Thein Sein’s government has incited the attacks and ignored the growing anti-Muslim campaigns.”

 

Until now nothing has been done to stop the riot and killing of Muslims. Military and police special branch only take video recordings while fire engines only watch Muslim houses, mosques and properties burnt down by Buddhist.

 

Myanmar government doesn’t seem to be serious to tackle the riot which claim more lives day by day. The government is in power, they can control the riot easily or they can stop the riot if they want. But they don’t want to as it is their dream to see Muslim disappear from Myanmar.

 

MERHROM strongly emphasized that the tragedy in Arakan State and Meiktila is not a religious conflict or communal clashes or ethnic conflict. These are the organized plan by the Myanmar government to clean the Muslims from Myanmar using the religion and ethnic.

 

We are still not over with the last violence in Arakan State in June 2012. The human rights violations towards Rohingya Muslim by the Myanmar government are ongoing though the International communities think the situation back to normal. The violence claims thousands of lives of Rohinya Muslims though the government stated only 180 deaths. Besides the high toll deaths more than 115,000 Rohingyas lost their houses. They had to stay in overcrowded temporary camp with severe lack of food, drink and medical supplies. The lack of basic needs resulted thousands more Rohingya children, women, elderly and men died in silence. Thousands more drowned in the ocean in their attempt to save their lives from the persecutions and prosecutions by the Myanmar government.

 

The violence also witnessed thousands of houses, mosques and Muslim properties were destroyed massively. Looking at the situation added with ethnic cleansing policy towards Muslims from the government, only God knows how long it will take to re-develop the Muslim houses, mosques and properties that have been destroyed in both Arakan State, Meiktila and other towns.

 

We have learnt from the violence in Arakan State. The violence started in one place and then spread to the other place. It has spread from villages to villages and from Township to Township. Later on it has spread to divisions and finally State to State until there are no more Muslim in Myanmar. What the Myanmar government is doing to the Muslim is the act of GENOCIDE. The Myanmar government has done the biggest crime against humanity and they must be accountable for the crime they have done.

 

In this very critical situation, MERHROM urge the United Nations Security Council, US Government, British Government, European Union, World Leaders, OIC, ASEAN and International Communities to:

 

  1. 1.     Prosecute the President Thien Sein and former General Thein Shwe for Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity. They must be brought to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for killing, raping, torturing, detaining and abusing Minority Muslims and other ethnics.

 

  1. 2.     Stop the economic and political relationship with Myanmar until they resolve the conflict and protect Muslims in Myanmar with equal rights

 

  1. 3.     Urge the United Nations Security Council to send their Peace Keeping Mission to Arakan State and Meiktila Urgently to control and monitor the human rights abuses

 

  1. 4.     Urge the United Nations to establish an Independent Commission of Inquiry to investigate, monitor and access the situation Urgently 

 

 

We thank you for your Urgent Intervention to resolve the conflict and Save the minority Muslims from the state sponsored ethnic cleansing and GENOCIDE.

 

Thank you.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Mr. Zafar Ahmad Bin Abdul Ghani

President

Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization Malaysia (MERHROM)

Tel: +6016-6827287

Email : rights4rohingya@yahoo.co.uk

Blog : www.http://merhrom.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

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Ambassador

 

Embassy of the United States of America

 

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50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

(2)H.E. Simon Featherstone

 

High Commissioner

 

British High Commission

 

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(3 )H.E. Ambassador

 

France Embassy

 

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50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

 

(5 )  H.E. Ambassador

 

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Royal Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

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50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

 

 

(7) H.E Mohammad Jalal Firouznia

 

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Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran

 

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55000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

 

 

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Royal Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

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EU moves to reinstate Myanmar’s preferential trade status

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eu-logoThe EU should reinstate Myanmar’s duty and quota free access to the EU market, said the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee on Thursday.

In a statement on its website, the European Parliament (EP) said the recommendation reflects the European Commission’s proposal to support Myanmar in its reforms, in particular its efforts to eradicate forced labor.

The reinstatement of trade preferences, backed by the Trade Committee by 28 votes to 2, with no abstentions, but yet to be adopted by the full House and approved by member states, will give Myanmar duty and quota free access to the EU market for all its exports except arms and ammunition. This could help raise Myanmar’s exports by 30 percent, estimates the European Commission.

“Myanmar is eligible for free market access under the EU’s Generalized System for Preferences (GSP) for least-developed countries, but since 1997 the EU has been withholding these benefits because of reports of the ‘routine and widespread practice of forced labor’. The proposal to reinstate preferences follows reports that the use of forced labor in Myanmar has ceased to be ‘serious and systematic’, the statement said.

But while trade MEPs share the Commission’s view that the legal requirements are met for the GSP preferences to be reinstated, the EP said that its rapporteur, David Martin, had indicated that forced labor is still a concern in some Myanmar states, particularly in areas where the military is active.

“Progress in Burma remains fragile and it is important that the proposed measures will contribute to a sustainable peace and a positive development,” Martin stressed ahead of the vote.

“It is vital that European businesses apply strict corporate social responsibility measures to their operations in Burma and that there is a high level of transparency and reporting, in order to encourage best practice amongst investors moving into Burma,” he said.

The EP said the full House will vote on the reinstatement of trade preferences for Myanmar in May. Formal approval by the Council will then be required. After that the regulation will enter into force retroactively, as from July 2012 when the ILO lifted restrictions on cooperation with Myanmar.


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International community condemns Meiktila riots

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The United Nations, the US, the UK, and various other members of the international community have expressed concerns over the recent wave of sectarian violence which erupted in the central Myanmar town of Meiktila this week.

Photo: U.S. Embassy Rangoon via FacebookPhoto: U.S. Embassy Rangoon via Facebook

United Nations Resident Coordinator in Myanmar, Ashok Nigam, on Thursday said, “I am deeply concerned with the violence and loss of lives and property in Meiktila Township, Mandalay Division.

“Prevention of such incidents must be given top priority,” he said. “In addition to ardent efforts by the religious and political leaders and the authorities to calm the situation, I call upon all parties in the unrest in Meiktila to exercise the utmost tolerance and restraint within their communities.”

His comments were backed by Vijay Nambiar, the Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Myanmar who expressed “deep sorrow at the tragic loss of lives and destruction in Meiktila.”

He said “firm action” by the authorities was needed to prevent further loss of life or spread of violence.

Nambiar urged religious leaders and other community leaders in Myanmar to publicly call on their followers “to abjure violence, respect the law, and promote peace.”

In a brief statement, the US embassy said it was closely monitoring events.

“I am deeply concerned about reports of violence and widespread property damage,” US Ambassador Derek Mitchell said. “We extend our deepest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives and property in the violence.”

British Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt echoed those sentiments. “I am deeply concerned by the violence in the town of Meiktila in central Burma, and by reports of deaths and casualties,” he said in a statement. “I call on all parties for an immediate end to the violence, and urge the government to take all necessary action to protect civilians and to work with communities to tackle the hostility that is behind this.”

Meanwhile, London-based Amnesty International released a statement on the Meiktila crisis on Tuesday calling on Myanmar authorities to tackle the violence before it spreads.

“These latest reports of violence are very worrying, and show that tension between the two communities is spreading to other parts of the country. There is a real risk of further violence unless the authorities take immediate steps to protect those at risk,” said Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director.

“There should also be an immediate and impartial investigation into the recent violence so that those responsible can be held to account.

“The Myanmar authorities are responsible for ensuring protection of people, their homes and livelihoods. While doing so, they must ensure protection of all communities without discrimination,” she said. “It is imperative that the cycle of violence is not repeated.”

The communal violence in Meiktila comes as the Myanmar government struggles to quell international outrage over clashes between Muslims and Buddhists in Rakhine State last year which left at least 180 people dead and more than 110,000 displaced.

Myanmar imposes emergency rule as death toll hits 20

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Myanmar has declared a state of emergency for a riot-hit town where 20 people have been killed in Buddhist-Muslim violence that has sparked fears of spreading unrest.

Swathes of Meiktila, located 130 kilometres (80 miles) north of the capital Naypyidaw, have been reduced to ashes as authorities struggled to establish control after three days of clashes and arson.

“At least 20 people have been killed. We estimate that it could be higher but it is also difficult for us to gather all the figures,” a police officer who did not want to be named told AFP on Friday.

The president’s office said the state of emergency would enable the military to help restore order.

The situation was extremely tense in Meiktila with groups of men — including Buddhist monks — armed with knives and sticks prowling the streets. Many of the town’s Muslim residents have fled their homes.

A journalist saw the incinerated remains of two victims on a roadside, just one of several reports of bodies in the town, as flames raged from torched mosques and houses while other buildings smouldered unattended.

“The situation is getting worse,” a local resident said. “People are destroying buildings. Many people have been killed. We are scared and trying to stay safe at home.”

A group of reporters were stopped at knife-point by a gang of young men and monks and forced to hand over their camera memory cards, according to one of the journalists.

It is the worst communal violence since a wave of clashes between Buddhists and Muslims in the western state of Rakhine last year that left at least 180 people dead and more than 110,000 displaced.

A local lawmaker said that about 25 people had been killed in Meiktila, where more than one-third of the population of about 80,000 people is Muslim, but it was not possible to verify his figures.

“The situation is not good… although the government has said everything is under control,” parliamentarian Win Htein, of the opposition National League for Democracy party, told AFP.

He said hundreds of Muslims had taken shelter at a football ground and police compound while Buddhists had sought sanctuary in monasteries.

As international alarm grew, a senior UN official said authorities needed to act “to prevent further loss of life or spread of violence” in the Buddhist-majority nation.

“Religious leaders and other community leaders must also publicly call on their followers to abjure violence, respect the law and promote peace,” Vijay Nambiar, special advisor to UN leader Ban Ki-Moon, said in a statement.

US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland on Friday reiterated Washington’s concerns over the violence and said the United States was “encouraging all sides to call for calm, to foster dialogue, tolerance and mutual respect”.

“That’s the right way to approach this,” Nuland said of the state of emergency and extra security forces in the town. “They are working, and a number of community leaders and political leaders are also working, to restore calm”.

The violence comes as Myanmar struggles with worsening tensions between Muslims and Buddhists that have marred international optimism over dramatic political reforms since the end of military rule two years ago.

A local police officer said an order had been given on Thursday to shoot rioters below the waist if needed to quell the violence, which apparently began with a row in a Muslim-owned gold shop that turned into a mass street brawl.

“There is a real risk of further violence unless the authorities take immediate steps to protect those at risk,” said Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s deputy Asia Pacific director.

Myanmar’s Muslims — largely of Indian, Chinese and Bangladeshi descent — account for an estimated four percent of the population of roughly 60 million, although the country has not conducted a census in three decades.

Sectarian unrest has occasionally broken out in the past in some areas across the country, with Rakhine state a flashpoint for the tensions.

Since violence broke out there last year, thousands of Muslim Rohingya — including a growing number of women and children — have fled the conflict in rickety boats, many heading for Malaysia.

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Meiktila violence is a pre-planned : Rohingya group

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Chittagong, Bangladesh: It was a pre-planned attack on minority Muslims of Burma which created violence in Meiktila on March 20 where the dead toll is 47 Muslim including 11 women, 28 madrassa students and 5 teachers till March 22, according to a press release of Burmese Rohingya Organization UK (BROUK) on March 22.
“Anti-Muslim campaigns have been getting stronger in Burma during recent weeks. President Thein Sein’s government has incited the attacks and ignored the growing anti-Muslim campaigns.”

“A monk, who was arrested for similar acts in 2003 and subsequently released, has been preaching the ‘cleansing of Muslims from Myanmar’ for months, but the government didn’t take any action and it became a violence in Meiktila.”

“It is very clear that security forces are just watching while the mobs are destroying and burning Muslim’s houses. Cleansing of Muslims in Burma is happening under the noses of the international community. These are not communal clashes; this is not equal sides fighting. These are organized attacks to cleanse of Muslims where the vast majority of those killed and displaced are Muslims,” U Tun Khin, the president of BROUK said.

“We call for pressure on the President Thein Sein’s government to ensure that displaced people can return to their original villages safely and freely. We call on the international community to pressure the Burmese government to stop anti-Muslim activities and racism in Burma.”

There should be laws on racism if the government wants to see durable peace in Burma, the press stated.

A Buddhist couple from Meiktila Township entered a Muslim gold shop to try and sell some fake gold and started to threaten and abuse the shopkeeper on March 20, 2013 at 10am.After half an hour, a crowd gathered and started stoning the shop and destroyed it. Two hours later, a big crowd came to the town and started destroying property, Muslims’ shops, mosques and houses were burnt down, according to statement.

“As Burma is manifestly failing to protect its Muslim population, we also urge the international community to use the “responsibility to protect” or the duty to prevent mass atrocities. This responsibility now lies with the international community.”

Besides, “The journalists were threaten by young monks to kill if no destroy the image of Meiktila violence and seized all the cameras from us. After promised, they returned our cameras. In Meiktila, after Muslim, they targeted the journalists. It is not a violence, it may be bigger if it spread to other towns, according to a journalist from 7 days journal who returned from Meiktila.

Similarly, the Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director Isabelle Arradon, said. “The latest reports of violence in Meiktila are very worrying, and show that tension between the two communities is spreading to other parts of the country. There is a real risk of further violence unless the authorities take immediate steps to protect those at risk.”

“There should also be an immediate and impartial investigation into the recent violence so that those responsible can be held to account.”

“The authorities are responsible for ensuring protection of people, their homes and livelihoods. While doing so, they must ensure protection of all communities without discrimination.”

“It is imperative that the cycle of violence is not repeated.”

Killed and burnt Arabic School Children in Meikthila, Myanmar

Killed and burnt Arabic School Children in Meikthila, Myanmar

March 23, 2013

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28 Students and 4 teachers were slashed and burnt to destroy the evidense. It was because after the Buddhist TERRORISTS killed 10 Myanmar Muslim Pilgrims coming back from Tabalig, the death bodies were photographed and widely spread by Muslims. May Allah PUNISH those Buddhist terrorists for the crimes comitted on innocent Muslims. Ameen.

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ဓါးနဲ႕အခုတ္ခံ၇ျပီး မီး၇ိႈ႕အသတ္ခံ၇တဲ့ ဒီကေလးေလးေတြဟာ မိဘမဲ့ကေလးေလေတြနဲ႕ မိဘ၊ ၇ပ္၇ြာ မိသားစုကုိ ပစ္ျပီး
စာလာသင္တဲ့ကေလးေလးေတြပါ ..သူတုိ႕မွာ ဘာအျပစ္၇ွိလုိ႕လဲ .. လူမဆန္လိုက္ႀကတာ :’( Photos from : Maung Nyan

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Fake Monk Wira Thu planned anti-Muslim Riots on Friday, 29.3.13 near Sulae Pagoda

March 23, 2013

၃လပိုင္း ၂၉၇က္ ေန႔တြင္ ဝီရသူ ေခါင္းေဆာင္ျပီး ဆူးေလဘုရားတြင္ ေသဆံုးသြားေသာ ၉၆၉ သံဃာတု အတြက္ ဆုေတာင္းပြဲလုပ္မည္ဟု သိရသည္ စိုးရိမ္စရာမွာ ယင္းေန႔သည္ ဂြ်န္မၼာေန႕ျဖစ္သည္ ဘဂၤါလီဗလီ ႏွင့္ နီးကပ္စြာ တည္ရိွေသာေၾကာင့္ အဓိကရုဏ္းျဖစ္ေစရန္ ယုတ္ညံ႕ေသာအၾကံရိွသည္မွာ အလြန္ထင္ရွားေသာေၾကာင့္ ကြ်န္ေတာ္၏ status ကုိဖတ္ရပါက အားလံုးေသာ အစၥလာမ္ဘာသာဝင္မ်ား အဖြဲ႕အစည္းကလူမ်ား သတိထားမိေစရန္ share ေပးပါဟု တိုက္တြန္းပါသည္

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Breaking News: Muslims Near Nay Pyi Daw Under Attack Since 1 AM, March 23

March 23, 2013

Breaking News: Muslims Near Nay Pyi Daw Under Attack Since 1 AM, March 23

March 23, 2013 at 2:30 AM Myanmar Time.M-Media By Tun Tauk

The mosque and Muslim homes at Yong Pae village in Ayelar, near Nay Pyi Daw are being attacked since 1 AM, on March 23.

M-Media learns that people are running away as the mosque and homes are being set on fire.

A men just told M-Media as he runs for his life:

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More than 20 People Killed in Sectarian Violence in Meikhtila

March 23, 2013

 

မိတၳီလာ ဘာသာေရး အဓိကရုဏ္း လူ၂ဝေက်ာ္ေသဆံုး၊ ၈၈ႏွင့္ ေရႊညဝါ အေျခအေနထိန္းရန္ ေမတၱာရပ္ခံ

အၾကမ္းဖက္မႈ၊ သတ္ျဖတ္မႈေတြေၾကာင့္ လူ ၂ဝေက်ာ္ေသဆံုးခဲ့ရၿပီး ဥပေဒစိုးမိုးမႈ လံုးဝပ်က္စီးေနတဲ့ မိတၳီလာၿမိဳ႕ကို ၈၈ေက်ာင္းသားေခါင္းေဆာင္ ကိုမင္းကိုႏိုင္နဲ႔ ေရႊညဝါဆရာေတာ္တို႔ မတ္လ ၂၁ရက္ေန႔မနက္မွာ ေရာက္ရွိခဲ့ပါတယ္

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အမိန္႔မရလို႔ လူေတြရဲ႕ အသက္အိုးအိမ္ကို ကာကြယ္မေပးဘူးဆို က်ေနာ္ဘယ္နည္းနဲ႔ မွ သေဘာမတူႏိုင္ဘူး” (ကိုမင္းကိုႏိုင္)

March 23, 2013

” လံုျခံဳေရးတပ္ဖြဲေတြနဲ႔ တေနကုန္တညလံုး ျပႆနာျဖစ္တဲ့အခ်ိန္ က်ေနာ္တို႔ အတူရိွေနပါတယ္။ လံုျခံဳေရး တပ္ဖြဲ႕ဝင္ေတြဟာ အဲဒီလို ဒိုင္းေတြ ကာထားတဲ့ပါလ်က္နဲ႔ သူတို႔ၾကားထဲကပဲ အဲဒီအုပ္စု ဖြဲ႕ျပီးအၾကမ္းဖက္တဲ့လူေတြကို ခြင္ျပဳေနတာကို ေတြ႔ရပါတယ္။ အဲဒါဟာ သူတို႔ သေဘာနဲ႔ ခြင့္ျပဳတာ မဟုတ္ေပမယ့္ သူတို႔ဟာ အမိန္႔မရလို႔ လူေတြရဲ႕ အသက္အိုးအိမ္ကို ကာကြယ္မေပးဘူးဆို က်ေနာ္ဘယ္နည္းနဲ႔ မွ သေဘာမတူႏိုင္ဘူး” (ကိုမင္းကိုႏိုင္)

မိထၱီလာ အဓိကရုဏ္းနဲ႔ ပတ္သက္ျပီး၊ ကုလ အတြင္းေရးမႉးခ်ဳပ္ရဲ့ အထူး ကိုယ္စားလွယ္ ဗီေဂ် နမ္ဘီယားနဲ႔ ကိုမင္းကိုနိုင္ တို႔ ဘာေတြ ေဆြးေႏြး ခဲ့ၾကတယ္ ဆိုတာကို ဦးဝင္းျမင့္က ကိုမင္းကိုနိုင္ကို ဆက္သြယ္ ေမးျမန္းထား ပါတယ္။

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Criminal Anti-Muslim Monk U Wirathu requested the Muslims in Mandalay to stop praying at the Masjids.

March 23, 2013

Criminal Anti-Muslim Monk U Wirathu rang up to my brother requesting Muslims in Mandalay to stop praying at the Masjids.

Go to hell CONVICTED CRIMINAL RADICAL MONK.

My brother replied him that Muslims COULD NOT stop praying and even if there were WARs Muslims must continue to pray.

Now I wish to request back U Wira Thu to take out the Thingan and wear the civilian clothes as we all are scared of Saffron Murderers.

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Armed Buddhists, including monks, clash with Muslims in Myanmar

March 23, 2013

Armed Buddhists, including monks, clash with Muslims in Myanmar By Phyo Wai Lin. Jethro Mullen and Kocha Olarn, CNN March 23, 2013

March 23, 2013 — Updated 0253 GMT (1053 HKT)
Smoke rises from burning houses around a mosque in riot-hit Meiktila in central Myanmar on Thursday.

Smoke rises from burning houses around a mosque in riot-hit Meiktila in central Myanmar on Thursday

Yangon, Myanmar (CNN) — Buddhist monks and others armed with swords and machetes Friday stalked the streets of a city in central Myanmar, where sectarian violence that has left about 20 people dead has begun to spread to other areas, according to local officials.

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Timeline of Meiktila Buddhists’ assault on its Muslims

March 23, 2013

Let me share MY FRIEND’s FB time line till at 10pm 22 March

20 March 2013, 10 AM (1)Khin Maung Win,(2)Aye Aye Khine,(3) Daw Nyo Than,from those name above all of them from MeikHila Township, they entered the gold shop to sell the fake gold.

Firstly, they started to threatened and start abusing.

The shop keeper named is Haji Nyi Nyi who tries to defence with a stick and Khin Maung Win’s head was injured.

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Buddhist-Muslim violence continues for third day in Burma

March 23, 2013

Buddhist-Muslim violence continues for third day in Burma

A crowd of people (including monks, in orange robes) outside Muslim-owned stores that were trashed and set on fire in Meikhtila on Wednesday.
Photos and videos coming out of the central Burmese town of Meikhtila show rioting and attacks against Muslim-owned businesses, in the country’s worst communal violence since last year’s clashes between Buddhists and Muslims in the eastern part of the country. The ungoing unrest has displaced thousands and left at least 20 people dead, according to a member of parliament from Meikhtila District.

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Death toll rises to 20 in Burma religious riots

March 23, 2013

Death toll rises to 20 in Burma religious riots

Note the Star, Malaysia, reported that security forces had confiscated the Machetes and hammers from the Monks in Meiktila.

MEIKHTILA, Myanmar (AP) — A lawmaker says at least 20 people have died in two days of rioting between Buddhists and Muslims in a central Burma town where residents remained locked in their homes, too afraid to walk the streets.

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Buddha Buzz: Dagger-Wielding Monks and Mindfulness in Service of the Bottom Line

Buddha Buzz: Dagger-Wielding Monks and Mindfulness in Service of the Bottom Line

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Alex Caring-Lobel Tricycle March 22, 2013 Just hours ago, Burmese President Thein Sein declared a state of emergency in central Burma due to killing, destruction of property, and general rioting in the streets of the town of Meikhtila. Violence erupted following a dispute between a Muslim gold shop owner and Buddhist customers. After four nearby gold shops were burnt to the ground, a 1,000-strong mob of Buddhists ran riot through the Muslim…

After India, Phuket Rohingya face deportation from Thailand

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The 91 Rohingya refugees were stranded on Koh Lone, an island off the south of Phuket, after their boat engine seized. Photo: Phuket Marine Police Kritsada Mueanhawong Phuket Gazette March 23, 2013 PHUKET: The boatload of 91 Rohingya forced to land yesterday on Koh Lone, off the south end of Phuket, have been taken into custody and will face yet another deportation, this time from Thailand. The group, who were forced to land on Koh Lone…

Nowhere to go: The plight of refugees

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Al Jazeera  March 23, 2013 South2North discusses human rights in Zimbabwe and the unfolding human tragedy in Myanmar. Imagine being declared stateless and not able to return to your country of birth because of your tribe, ethnicity, skin colour or religion. Myanmar is Asia’s newest democracy after elections last year, which saw the end of a military dictatorship and the return to world favour. But the United Nations says the…

Calm returns to Myanmar violence-hit city

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The violence is the worst sectarian bloodshed to hit the Southeast Asian nation this year (Photo: AFP) Al Jazeera March 23, 2013 Army regains control of central city of Meikhtila where clashes between Muslims and Buddhists have left dozens dead. Myanmar’s army has regained control of a central city where several days of clashes between Buddhists and Muslims left dozens of people dead and scores of buildings in flames.  Truckloads…

Buddhist Nationalism in Burma

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Institutionalized racism against the Rohingya Muslims led Burma to genocide By Maung Zarni  For those outside Burma, the broadcast images of the Theravada monks of the “Saffron Revolution” of 2007 are still fresh. Backed by the devout Buddhist population, these monks were seen chanting metta and the Lovingkindness Sutta on the streets of Rangoon, Mandalay, and Pakhoke-ku, calling for an improvement in public well-being in the face of…

Myanmar refugees killed in fire at Thai camp

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Many ethnic Rohingya Muslims have been killed or forced to flee homes due to attacks by Buddhists over the year (Photo: AFP) Al Jazeera March 23, 2013 Officials report at least 42 refugees killed and dozens more wounded by raging fire at crowded camp in north Thailand. At least 42 Myanmar refugees have died in a raging fire at a camp in Thailand, officials have said.  Naramol Palawat, governor of Mae Hong Son, said hundreds of…

Burma: State of emergency imposed in Meiktila

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Muslims fleeing violence in the Myanmar town of Meikhtila arrive at a stadium that the authorities have designated a safe haven. More than 20 people have been killed in Buddhist attacks on Muslims since Wednesday. (Photo: Soe Zeya Tun) BBC News March 22, 2013 A state of emergency has been imposed in the Burmese town of Meiktila following three days of communal violence between Buddhists and Muslims.  A statement announcing the decision…

Armed Buddhist monks clash with Muslims in Myanmar

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Smoke rises from burning houses around a mosque in riot-hit Meiktila in central Myanmar on Thursday. Phyo Wai Lin, Jethro Mullen and Kocha OlarnCNN March 22, 2013 Yangon, Myanmar — Buddhist monks armed with swords and machetes stalked the streets of a city in central Myanmar on Friday where sectarian violence has left about 20 people dead and begun to spread to other areas, according to local officials.  Members of the Buddhist…

Urgent Action Needed to Save Muslims in Burma from Pre-Planned Violence

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Urgent Action Needed to Save Muslims in Burma from Pre-Planned Violence  March 22, 2013 On 20th March 2013 at 10 am, a Buddhist couple from Meiktila Township entered a gold shop to try and sell some fake gold and started to threaten and abuse the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper, who tried to defend himself with a stick, suffered a head injury.  After half an hour, a crowd gathered and started stoning the shop and destroyed it. Two…

Myanmar riots stoke fears of widening sectarian violence

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Burnt houses are seen in Meikhtila, March 21, 2013. Photo: Reuters/Soe Zeya Tun Reuters March 22, 2013 Unrest between Buddhists and Muslims in central Myanmar has reduced neighborhoods to ashes and stoked fears that last year’s sectarian bloodshed is spreading into the country’s heartland in a test of Asia’s newest democracy.  Buildings in Meikhtila were still burning early on Friday and agitated Buddhist crowds roamed the otherwise…

Burma: Risk of further violent clashes unless action is taken

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(Photo: Tayza Hlaing/Irrawaddy) Amnesty International March 22, 2013 Violence between Buddhist and Muslim communities in Burma that reportedly left several people dead demonstrates an urgent need for Burmese authorities to protect people at risk, Amnesty International said.  On Wednesday, violent clashes broke out between Muslim and Buddhist communities in Meiktila, a town in Burma’s Mandalay Division, following a dispute at a Muslim-owned…

A New “Killing Field” in Burma

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(Photo: Sithu Lwin Facebook) Burma Task Force March 21, 2013 A New “Killing Field” in Burma  Two days of rioting have left at least five dead – some reports say 14 — and two mosques burned down in central Burma. These numbers are also normally grossly underreported in Burma, which has strict control of information in the country, so the death toll is largely much higher.  The New York Times is reporting that a mob of Buddhists,…

Buddhist-Muslim violence flares up anew in Burma

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A crowd of people (including monks, in orange robes) gathered outside Muslim-owned stores that were trashed and set on fire in Meikhtila on Wednesday. France 24 March 22, 2013 Photos and videos coming out of the central Burmese town of Meikhtila show rioting and attacks against Muslim-owned businesses, in the country’s worst communal violence since last year’s clashes between Buddhists and Muslims in the eastern part of the country. The…

Many Dead, Mosques Burned in Burma Riots

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Police imposed a curfew overnight to control the situation after ten people were killed and several mosques burned in the violence Onislam.net March 21, 2013 MEIKTILA, Burma – At least ten people were killed and several mosques have been destroyed in a new bout of sectarian violence between Buddhists and Muslims in central Burma. “About three mosques were destroyed,” a local police officer told Agence France-Presse (AFP) by telephone on…

Alarming at Critical Point: Anti-Muslim Riot in Meikhtila and the Possibility of Third Rohingya Massacre

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(Photo: Eleven Media Group) M.S. Anwar  RB Analysis  March 21, 2013  You have recently been alerted about the systematic approaches and plans of Rakhine Extremists and their leaders to massacre Rohingyas twice more in 4th week of March and 2nd week of April respectively. Government has been being providing trainings to Rakhines on how to use guns and swords. Rakhine extremists have been being distributing anti-Muslim leaflets…
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Rohingya Villages Plundered in Southern Maung Daw

Rohingya Villages Plundered in Southern Maung Daw

Wednesday, March 20, 2013  , ,  No comments

 

M.S. Anwar
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March 20, 2013
Maung Daw, Arakan – A few Rohingya villages in Kunkhara Fara (Padin) village tract, southern Maung Daw are being plundered by Ko Htway, the current in charge of the NaSaKa Camp 14 under the command area 7. The head of the mentioned camp, Bogyi Myo Htaik Aung, is said to have been taken for investigations to the Military Headquarter in Ann Township, Arakan state. In his absence, his assistant Ko Htway, a Rakhine extremist, is plundering Rohingyas in the said villages.
“Bogyi Myo Htaik Aung was said to have been taken to the military headquarter in Ann township for investigation. The allegation against him was said to have been made by the military personnel who killed a Rohingya in Baggona village on 28th January 2013. Bogyi Myo Htaik Aung sent the dead body to the hospital for post-mortem instead of letting it be destroyed. So, the news of the killing leaked. And the criminal military accused Bogyi Myo Htaik Aung that he was supporting Kulars (a word used against Rohingyas).
Now, in his absence, his assistant Ko Htway, a Rakhine extremist himself, is plundering the villages under Padin village tract. He has been looting, arresting and torturing Rohingyas for no reasons. On 17th March 2013, a Rohingya called Rashid Ahmed was arrested for renovating his house even though it was with the NaSaKa’s permission and tortured so much so that his ribs were broken. Later, he extorted 0.6 Millions Kyat and released the Rohingya. And he has gone wild and arbitrarily plundering and torturing almost every Rohingya in the village” said a Rohingya from a nearby village.
“We would like to send this heart-breaking news of our people to the higher authority and central government of Myanmar through this media platform. And we plead the government to take action against Ko Htway in order to stop his plundering” he continually exclaimed.

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