Indonesian FM soaks up Rohingya crisis in Cox’s Bazar

Indonesian FM soaks up Rohingya crisis in Cox’s Bazar

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Cox’s Bazar | Wed, December 21, 2016 | 11:58 am

Indonesian FM soaks up Rohingya crisis in Cox's BazarIndonesian Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi visits Rohingya refugees in Kutupalong Refugee Camp, located not far from the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar, on Dec. 20. (Courtesy of Foreign Ministry/Indonesia)


Indonesia’s Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi spoke to registered and unregistered Rohingya refugees in the Bangladesh camps and listened to their tales of assualts by the Myanmarese security forces.

Visiting different Rohingya refugee camps in Ukhia of Cox’s Bazar, Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi on Tuesday witnessed sufferings of the Rohingyas who are fleeing persecution in Myanmar’s Rakhine state to seek protection in Bangladesh.

Marsudi arrived in Bangladesh Monday night on a 24-hour visit after attending a meeting of foreign ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) countries with Myanmar State Counsellor and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Kyi in Yangon.

Marsudi accompanied by her Bangladesh counterpart AH Mahmood Ali and State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam and other senior officials, flew to the camps where some 32,000 Rohingyas have long been staying.

She spent much of her time speaking to registered and unregistered Rohingya refugees in at the camps where the refugees described to the visitors the assaults by the Myanmarese security forces against them.

The ministers also met those who arrived here since the eruption of the ongoing violence on October 9. But their comments and conversation with the refugees could not be known as the media was not allowed inside the camps.

“The discussions with the community allowed the visitors to better understand the ground realities that have forced some 34,000 civilians to cross the border…in recent… months,” says a UNHCR-IOM joint press release.

Unofficial sources, however, said the figure is much higher as the Rohingyas are entering Bangladesh through the porous border.

Sarat Dash, chief of mission of International Migration Organisation, Bangladesh and Shinji Kubo, UNHCR Bangladesh country representative, accompanied the ministers.

The Indonesian minister also called on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at Gono Bhaban in the capital.

This article appeared on The Daily Star newspaper website, which is a member of Asia News Network and a media partner of The Jakarta Post

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Christians & Muslims are “parasites” & “dogs”: Spread of Genocidal “Buddhist” speech acts in Burma

Christians & Muslims are “parasites” & “dogs”: Spread of Genocidal “Buddhist” speech acts in Burma

“Christians and Muslims are “parasites” and “dogs” in Myanmar.”

A well-known “Buddhist monk” delivers this certifiably GENOCIDAL speech in Burma.
Myanmar governments, neither ex-General Thein Sein’s regime nor today’s Suu Kyi government has addressed the issue of genocidal hate speech in public life.
Instead these regimes have used the Law to jail activists for “insulting” President, Suu Kyi, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
All faiths and faith-based communities are a fair game in the “democratic” Burma.
There are signs of the emergence of horizontal conflicts, triggered by the regime’s “strategic tolerance” of hate speech – a very potent genocidal strain – in Burma while the vertical conflicts (the conflicts between state actors – the military and the NLD – and non-state communities – such as genocide and civil war deepen).
If you speak Burmese and have a facebook account worth studying this categorically genocidal speech.
Myanmar Saffron-robed man delivers a genocidal speech.
Here is the gist:
Muslims and Christians as “parasites” and “dogs”
1) Muslims and Christians are “parasites” in our Myanmar Buddhist Society
2) even our proverbial monkeys on the hrone are not as dangerous as these creatures because monkeys just climb up and down the throne, and don’t live on.
3) But these Muslims and Christians are like dogs that live on the steps of a stair casse: they will urinate on the steps.
4) Kachins, Karen, Mon, etc. are our Taiyinthar; but Christians and Muslims are NOT (Zarni’s remarks: 90% of Kachin, and a majority of Chin, and 25% of Karens are Christians. But this man is too ignorant to know that or facts don’t matter to him).
The Burmese as the Stupidest Race on Earth: We let these creatures in and don’t see the danger they pose to our Buddhist society.
Starting with the (last) King Thibaw (of 1885) down to everyone of us, we have been stupid. Not only did we live under the British colonial rule for over 120 years, we let these dogs and parasites in – from different gates, like Western Gate (reference to Bangladesh-Burma Border region.
1) Repeat after me:
What is our society? What is our country?
We are Myanmar Buddhist Society and Myanmar Buddhist society.
Buddhist Monks as Leading Liberators of Buddhist Burma
Who fought and won independence from Britain?
Not Christians. Not Kular (the usage here is referring to Muslims).
Why the past kings were great?
Why do you think our past kings were great?
Because they were educated at Buddhist monasteries – not like today’s political leaders who barely knew a few Buddhist prayers.
What they learn in non-Buddhist (secular) schools is good only for this life.
Buddhism is good for eternity.
It is imperative that we Buddhists must protect our Buddhism and our race.
Sixty years after independence from Britain, what is the progress?
What has grown?
The only growth in Myanmar is the growth of Christian and Muslim populations.
Economy has not grown, and poverty is pervasive.
Well, when their populations grow they will revolt and they will fight us.
Even with us Buddhist Myanmar being the dominant majority here our people are afraid of these anti-Dharma (the Dangers to our Buddhism) elements.
Burmese Buddhist Women and the Dangers
Our Myanmar women migrate to Thailand because there are no jobs here.
In Thailand, Thai police would pick up women from our country – Karen, Mon, Burmese, etc. – arrest them, and take them to hotels and do as they please, 10 years ago.
Now the Burmese are no longer putting up the abuses.They are fighting back. Recently a group of 3 Burmese men killed a Thai man.
The Thai race look down on our Myanmar people and use our workers only as useful labourers.
We will get to the point where Buddhism and Buddhists will disappear.
However, these anti-Dharma Christians and Muslims are not yet capable of destroying us.
We must keep faith in the Infinite Wisdom of Lord Buddha.
All the same we must strive to maintain and protect Buddhism and Buddhist race.
So, if you really love your own children – sons and children – please pass on to them Buddhist heritage.
We must put the fate of our Buddhist children in the hands of Buddhist monks. We must give them Buddhist education.
We must never entrust the Muslims and Christians to take care of our children.
Christianity and Islam are IDEOLOGIES. they have no God – like our Buddhism.
The most crucial thing is to give our children Buddhist education.
Only Buddhist education vis-a-vis modern education is the most profound, the most intellectual and relevant infinitely.
We must protect our RACE and Buddhism.
Our women must prefer to marry dogs to marrying Christian and Muslim men.
If they marry Muslims their married lives would be the worst form of slavery in the world.
It is our duty to protect Buddhism. To protect Buddhism we must protect Burmese Buddhists.
If we don’t protect Buddhism all the pagodas and temples will be replaced by mosques.


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Bantuan kepada etnik Rohingya tak sampai

Bantuan kepada etnik Rohingya tak sampai

Oleh Nadia Hamid

KUALA LUMPUR: Banyak bantuan, termasuk dari Malaysia tidak sampai kepada etnik Rohingya dan ada antaranya, dirampas kerajaan Myanmar.

Presiden Pertubuhan Hak Asasi Manusia Etnik Rohingya Myanmar Malaysia (MERHROM), Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani, berkata kebanyakan bantuan disalurkan pihak luar tidak diagihkan kepada umat Islam di sana.

PRESIDEN Pertubuhan Hak Asasi Manusia Etnik Rohingya Myanmar Malaysia (MERHROM), Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani. – Foto Saifullizan Tamadi

“Kerajaan menggunakan pelbagai cara untuk menyekat, sekali gus menindas umat Islam Rohingya,” katanya.

Beliau ditemui pada Majlis Penyerahan Sumbangan Kutipan Forum Antarabangsa Rohingya Stop Genocide, di sini.

Pada majlis yang dihadiri wakil 20 negara Dunia Melayu Dunia Islam (DMDI), kira-kira RM5,000 diagihkan kepada Food Flotilla For Myanmar’, manakala Tabung Rohingya Media Prima dan Tabung Rohingya Utusan – TH, masing-masing menerima RM3,200.

Presiden DMDI, Tan Sri Mohd Ali Rustam, berkata DMDI dan Pertubuhan Kebajikan Serantau Muslim (Serantau Muslim) akan bersama pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) Islam lain menghantar bantuan ‘Food Flotilla For Myanmar’ kepada etnik Rohingya, Januari ini.

Beliau berkata, usaha berkenaan sebagai tanda menyokong dan memperjuangkan nasib saudara seakidah di Arakan, Myanmar itu dan menghentikan kezaliman terhadap negeri Rakhine.

“Sebanyak 1,000 tan makanan, bantuan perubatan, kit kebersihan dan barangan keperluan harian akan disalurkan kepada etnik Rohingya bersama-sama Kelab Putra 1 Malaysia (KP1M).

“Kita berharap bantuan itu dapat disampaikan kepada masyarakat Islam di sana.

“Jika perlu, kita akan tubuhkan DMDI di Myanmar atau Bangladesh segera untuk membantu selesaikan masalah ini,” katanya.

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More Rohingya Homes Demolished across Maungdaw Township

More Rohingya Homes Demolished across Maungdaw Township

By Anwar M.S.
December 21, 2016 19:31

More Rohingya Homes Demolished across Maungdaw Township

By Rohingya Mirror | December 21, 2016

Maungdaw — On the pretext of erection of houses without official permission(s), Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP) have indulged in demolishing at least 250 Rohingya houses, shops and religious structures across the Maungdaw Township in the recent weeks, reliable sources in Maungdaw reported.

The houses and shops being destroyed in the rural villages are not modern buildings that require officials’ permission(s) but traditional country-type structures built of bamboos and woods and covered with ‘Nipa Palm Leaves.’ These widespread destructions of homes are now seen among the locals as yet another attempt of cleansing their (i.e. Rohingya) population through systematic displacement of the people.

Mostly, the BGP have forced the Rohingya villagers to dismantle their own houses and shops at gun-points or by means of using threats of imprisonment. In the occasions when the locals resisted, the BGP themselves have demolished many homes.

“Even some 30-year-old homes were destroyed. The BGP ordered the villagers to destroy the homes simply alleging that they were erected without permission and not included in the NaSaKa (the former Border Security Forces and the predecessors of the BGP) Housing Map. But the people here didn’t want to demolish their own homes as they were worried for their children in this winter. However, the BGP started beating the villagers and demolishing their homes,” said an elder local, while speaking to Rohingya Vision TV.

[Also read: Rohingya Homes Demolished in Southern Maungdaw]
To date, the following numbers of houses, shops or religious structures have been demolished across the Maungdaw Township.

1) 27 houses and shops at the village of ‘PaNyaungPinGyi’ locally known as ‘DoungHali’

2) 45 houses and shops at the village of ‘Goduthara’

3) 10 houses and 1 Religious School at the village of ‘Baaggona ‘

4) 10 houses at the village of ‘PanTawPyi’n locally known as ‘LalBoinna’

5) Some unidentified numbers of houses at the village of ‘AlayThanKyaw’ locally known as ‘Haishshurata’ and its hamlet, Kanpoo.

And in northern Maungdaw, the following numbers of houses have been demolished.

6) 5 houses at the village of ‘PaungZar’

7) More than 150 houses in the BGP Region (1) around ‘Khamauk Seik (Foira Bazaar)’ area and in ‘TaungPyo LatWa’i sub-township.

Not only in Maungdaw Township, but at the following villages in the Buthidaung Township too, the BGP have destroyed numbers of houses and ordered the locals to destroy even more.

1) PhayaPyinAungPa

2) GutaPyin

3) DuOuThayMa

4) TheinTawPyin

5) PharunChaung

6) AttetKyuayChoMaw

Some houses were destroyed on the pretext that they didn’t make entries in the housing maps of the NaSaKa despite building them with the permission of the township administration.

For a Rohingya to build a house in rural areas regardless of poor or rich, they have to take permissions not only from the administrations (both village administration and township administration) but also from the BGP and sometimes from Special Branch Police (SB) and Defense Security Service (Sarapha), which cost them more than building a house itself.

However, the same rules are not applied for the Rakhine communities in the rural areas.

[Edited by M.S. Anwar]

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BGB sends back 70 Rohingyas

BGB sends back 70 Rohingyas

BGB sends back 70 Rohingyas
Photo: Morshed Ali Khan

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) members have sent back 70 Rohingyas who were trying to enter Bangladesh to flee persecution in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.

BGB personnel intercepted the trespassers at different points of the Naf river on Wednesday.

Teknaf 2 BGB Commander Lt Col Abujar Al Zahid said: “We raided different points of the river from 5am till 9am and pushed back at least 70 Rohingyas boarded on seven boats.”

Hundreds of Rohingya Muslims tried to cross into Bangladesh illegally after Myanmar troops launched a crackdown in the Rakhine state in response to attacks on three border posts on October 9 that killed nine police officers.

Bangladesh has stepped up security along its border with Myanmar to prevent influx of Rohingyas fleeing violence in the Rakhine state that has killed at least 86 people and displaced 30,000 others.

Myanmar and the military have denied accusations by Rohingyas and rights groups of raping women, torching houses and killing civilians during their operations.

Myanmar does not recognise the Rohingyas as its citizens and dubs them ‘Bangali’. Rohingyas, who managed to land in Bangladesh, have taken shelter at refugee camps and other places in Cox’s Bazar.

Bangladesh has so far pushed back thousands of Rohingyas.

The latest violence is the most serious since the 2012 communal clashes. Many have criticised Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi for her silence although her party is in power.

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Rohingya Homes Demolished in Southern Maungdaw

Rohingya Homes Demolished in Southern Maungdaw

By Anwar M.S.
December 21, 2016 02:59


Rohingya Homes Demolished in Southern Maungdaw

By Rohingya Eye | December 21, 2016

Maungdaw — At least 13 homes and one shop were demolished by Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP) at the village of ‘Duchiradan’ locally known as ‘Kilaidaung’ in Southern Maungdaw between December 18 and 20, it has been reported.

The homes were not well-built buildings but traditional country-type homes made of bamboo and covered with ‘Nipa Palm Leaves’, which don’t require any permission from authorities according to ‘the City Development Act.’ But a group of 20 BGP personnel from the ‘Goduthara-bridge post’ entered Duchirandan and forced the villagers to destroy the homes on pretext of erection of homes without official permission.

“The owners of the homes demolished the West hamlet of Duchiradan were farmers and lumberjacks. They are too poor to build a good and durable houses. Now, the BGP demolished their traditional tent-type homes rendering them without any shelter in this winter. The BGP are behaving ruthlessly”, said a local in southern Maungdaw, speaking to Rohingya Vision TV.

For a Rohingya to build a house in rural areas regardless of poor or rich, they have to take permissions not only from the administrations (both village administration and township administration) but also from the BGP and sometimes from Special Branch Police (SB) and Defense Security Service (Sarapha), which cost them more than building a house itself.

On the demolitions of the homes, a human rights observer based in Maungdaw commented “the military are setting entire villages on fire or destroying them in northern Maungdaw. In the southern part too, the BGP are demolishing homes under different pretext, thereby systematically displacing the Rohingya community with an obvious intention of ultimately expelling them from the country. This systematic displacements of people could amount to crimes against humanity.”

The victims whose homes demolished are:

1) Fayazullah (50), S/o Omar Meah
2) Sirajullah (25), S/o Mohammed Salam
3) Daw Rashida (50), (Wife of) U Rashid Ahmed
4) Madu (57), S/o Auli Meah
5) Aseem Khan (27), S/o Abul Faiz
6) Kabir Ahmed (26), S/o Baadu
7) Haroon (27), S/o Sadu
8) Mohammed Rashid (28), S/o Siroo
9) Mohammed Yunose (29), S/o Abdu Gaffar
10) Noor Islam (38), S/o Abdu Ghaffar
11) Anwar (20), S/o Sayed Ahmed
12) Anu (28), S/o Makhtul Hussein
13) Rahima Khatun (45), d/o Lal Meah

The owner of the shop destroyed is U Zakariyya (47), s/o Azhar.

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Minister says Dhaka-Naypyidaw talks on Rohingya soon

Minister says Dhaka-Naypyidaw talks on Rohingya soon

December 21st, 2016 at 6:51 pm

  Minister says Dhaka-Naypyidaw talks on Rohingya soon


Dhaka – Dhaka is set to begin talks with Naypyidaw for possible repatriation of the Rohingya Muslims who crossed into Bangladesh facing persecution in neighbouring Myanmar, a senior minister said on Wednesday.

Asaduzzaman Khan, the Home Minister, came up with the claim at a time when global human rights groups and Muslim-majority nations called Myanmar to resolve the crisis.

“Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is keeping a close eye on the Rohingya issue. Bangladesh government will discuss the Rohingya issue with Myanmar very soon,” the minister said.

Khan talked to reporters after inaugurating Roangchhari Police Station and Extension Building of Balaghata Police Lines School in south-eastern Bandarban district.

The government vows to show ‘zero tolerance’ against the use of illegal firearms and terrorist activities, he said adding that the law enforcement continues special drive keeping that in mind.

An estimated 21,000 Rohingya Muslims have crossed the border since the Myanmar army began what they say are counter-insurgency sweeps in the western Rakhine state in early October, creating a humanitarian crisis.

Bangladeshi Foreign Abul Hassan Mahmud Ali and Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Lestari Priansari Marsudi on Tuesday visited the camps of the undocumented Rohingya in south-eastern Cox’s Bazar district.

Both foreign ministers talked to the Rohingyas about their plights as five Rohingya women, who took shelter in a mosque, spoke to the ministers about the atrocities they faced in Myanmar.

Rights groups have accused the Burmese military of perpetrating mass murder, looting and rape against the Rohingya as the army began an offensive following attack on police outposts in October that killed nine officers.

Nearly 29,000 Rohingya documented as refugees have lived in two squalid camps in the Bangladeshi border district of Cox’s Bazar, ever since the 1990s, when they were driven out of Myanmar.

The repatriation of Rohingya refugee halted as both Bangladesh and Myanmar failed to continue dialogue on the issues for a long time.

The number of undocumented Rohingya living in Bangladesh is estimated to be between 200,000 and 500,000.

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MP: Asean’s failure to help Rohingya ‘deeply disappointing’

MP: Asean’s failure to help Rohingya ‘deeply disappointing’

| December 21, 2016

DAP lawmaker Charles Santiago laments that Asean foreign ministers caved in to Aung San Suu Kyi’s sweet talk.



KUALA LUMPUR: DAP MP Charles Santiago says it is “deeply disappointing” that the Asean members failed to act decisively to address the ongoing Rohingya crisis, despite urgings from Malaysia.

He said this following a meeting of Asean foreign ministers in Yangon focused on the situation in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.

“That Malaysia failed to convince other Asean members of the urgent need to act is deeply disappointing. Through continued inaction, Asean risks failing the people at its centre.

“This meeting should have been an opportunity to take decisive action to protect vulnerable civilians and hold the Myanmar government and military accountable.

“Unfortunately, though not unexpectedly, it seems it was largely an act of political theatre,” said Santiago, who also serves as chairperson of Asean Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR).

“Sadly, Asean foreign ministers caved in to Aung San Suu Kyi’s sweet talk and have seemingly put the Rohingya issue on the back burner.

“That’s bad news for the tens of thousands of Rohingya still trapped without aid access in Rakhine State, and it’s bad news for the region, which will ultimately pay the price for Myanmar’s inability or unwillingness to properly address the situation.

“The bottom line is that evidence and scores of reports of abuses has fallen on deaf ears.”

Santiago praised the comments delivered at the meeting by Malaysian Foreign Minister Anifah Aman, who highlighted alleged human rights abuses and called on Myanmar and other regional governments to take stronger steps to address the crisis.

However, he lamented Anifah’s failure to convince regional counterparts of the need to take immediate action.

“It was encouraging to hear that Anifah highlighted alleged abuses and raised the prospect of an Asean investigating team made up of independent experts.

“Yet it appears this call too fell on deaf ears in Yangon. It is unfortunate because such an inquiry, if truly independent, would have contributed to revealing the truth and ensuring that abuses are not met with impunity,” Santiago said.

During the meeting, Anifah expressed “grave concern” over “reports from many sources alleging arbitrary arrests, extrajudicial killings, including of children, rape by soldiers, burning of Rohingya villages as well as destruction of homes and places of worship”.

Invoking the 2015 regional refugee crisis, Anifah also declared that the situation clearly constituted a “regional concern” and called for immediate humanitarian access to Rakhine State, as well as for Asean to establish an independent group of experts to investigate the situation there.

Despite his urgings, however, the meeting ended without clear commitments from the Myanmar government beyond a pledge to keep Asean counterparts updated on developments in Rakhine State.

Asean foreign ministers, besides Anifah, largely shied away from questioning the Myanmar government’s actions in the context of the crisis.

“Asean ministers gave Suu Kyi a pass and are effectively allowing the Myanmar authorities to get away with murder in Rakhine State,” Santiago said.

“Malaysia was right to raise the spectre of ethnic cleansing and even genocide — acts in which Asean risks complicity if it continues to sit on the sidelines.”

Santiago emphasised that the Malaysian government’s strong public stance on the Rohingya situation in Myanmar did not absolve it of the urgent responsibility to address the needs of the Rohingya refugees at home.

“At the meeting, Anifah mentioned the 56,000 Rohingya refugees we have in Malaysia. If the government is serious about stepping up and providing some real regional leadership on this issue, it needs to start at home.

“That means providing Rohingya refugees in Malaysia with access to legal registration, basic services, and job opportunities.

“Signing the 1951 Refugee Convention would also go a long way to demonstrate a serious level of commitment,” Santiago said.

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Rakhine ASEAN meeting APHR lawyer

Rakhine ASEAN meeting APHR lawyer

  • 21 December 2016
Image captionstand ASEAN foreign ministers from the government and no problem without 0 and turn left she says

Arakan was in Yangon on December 19 ASEAN foreign ministers meeting results disappointed the ASEAN Human Rights MP group said Sunday.

After this meeting without any concrete results can not afford to go, ASEAN ministers to protect civilians instead of Suu Kyi’s speech went just အလှတွေ final ASEAN parliamentarians Human Rights Commission chairman Charles Santiago said.

Q. The critics said that you do not think too hard.

Answer. We have not criticized it, We say in the ASEAN region, especially those in oppression talking responsible. According to a UN Rohingya You’re the world’s most threatened minority. Terrorist if you look at the situation since their meeting of ASEAN Foreign Ministry 0 decision is too soft, 0 tell you honestly not acceptable. Worst shoe Store minorities, ASEAN can do want to ask ဒါဘဲလား. ASEAN want to question at least, To protect the people,Otherwise fade from my people in this government. Case structure, ASEAN foreign ministers to stand by the government and no problem without 0 and turn left.

Q. ASEAN’s Rohingya will be able to tackle the problem, how.

Answer. Rohingya problem is problem for a long period. But now matters that people disappeared upcoming issue become much ASEAN as workers should the UN’s permission and ASEAN forces as well as the panoramic Harold place went to The army feared exceedingly, are local protect requesting should. No. 2 military human rights violations should be asked to investigate accusations against itself. No. 3 issue of humanitarian aid will not need open and transparent.

In statements after meeting the necessary humanitarian aid have been determined in the system. What are the necessary assistance, Or will her government who think the military pinch 0 accepted without competition. I know what the end, oppressed, Where minorities were murdered in the greater Horn’s face.

Q. ASEAN meeting discussed humanitarian aid to human rights violations discussed features are not found. ASEAN’s human rights violations in an attempt to stop what can act.

Answer. Our efforts are at least as important as people think. We must know that this issue is a matter of ethnic cleansing အောင်လုပ်နေ. Killing people be extremely careful weighting does not really matter. Being destroyed your home, Destroying your culture will be aware of the amount received weighting issues. Myanmar’s Rohingya understand we’re associated with geo-politics.But this fact to justify any military, ဘယ်အစိုးရကိုမှ Should not be allowed to kill people. This is not entirely a matter Acceptance. ASEAN eyes lied to conceal problems. I lied because I’ll pay ASEAN. ASEAN is a problem from a problem when you’re done soon to make these problems we must face.ASEAN’s strategy was wrong. Deal with the problem of government should be allowed to allow time to resolve their own responsibility ASEAN can hardly close my eyes. People are being murdered. People die. Pay to tackle the situation now. Time is not the issue that will be addressed. This will immediately make an emergency situation.


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