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Daily Sun

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:31

Rohingya Muslims: Granting citizenship is the solution

We strongly disagree with Myanmar president Thein Sein over what he termed as ‘solution’ to the Rohingya Muslim issue. What he suggested is not a solution; it is rejection of the legitimate rights of the Rohingya Muslims as citizens of that country – clean and simple. It amounts to senseless persecution of one’s own people. No person guided by reasons will subscribe to such a proposition. Read more

 

Rohingya Human Rights Violation

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:30

Rohingya Human Rights Violation

 

ISNA

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:25

ISNA Calls for Human Rights for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar

(Washington, DC - July 12, 2012) The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) expresses its profound concern about the current violence against members of the Rohingya Muslim community, which have long experienced great hardship and oppression in their home country of Myanmar.  In addition, Rohingya Muslims require government permission to marry, are forbidden from having more than two children per family, and are subjected to modern-day slavery through forced labor.  Because the national government denies them the right to citizenship in their homeland, many Rohingyas have their land confiscated and they are restricted from travel. Read more

 

Rohingya- World absent without leave on Myanmar Muslims' plight: Analyst PressTV

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:23

Rohingya- World absent without leave on Myanmar Muslims' plight: Analyst PressTV

 

Khaleej Times

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:20

UAE backs OIC’s call for protecting Myanmar Muslims

(Wam) / 14 July 2012

The UAE on Friday supported the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s call for an international action to protect Muslims in Myanmar and to prevent their killing and displacement.

In a telephonic talk with OIC  Secretary-General Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, UAE Foreign Minister Shaikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan discussed the plight of Muslims in Myanmar. He stressed the need for an emergency meeting of the UN’s Human Right Council to discuss the situation and to take decisive measures in this regard. Source

   

Democratic Voice of Burma

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:16

Gov’t will not recognise Rohingya: Thein Sein

By DVB

Published: 12 July 2012

Burma’s President Thein Sein told a visiting delegation from the United Nation’s High Commissioner for Refugees that the government will not recognize the Rohingya and are considering handing over the ethnic group to the UNHCR, reported a government website today. Read more

   

IHRC

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:09

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Forwarded Press Release : ASEAN Freedoom Flotilla to Liberate Rohingya to be Launched

TUESDAY, 10 JULY 2012 12:41

Rohingya freedom flotilla to set sail for Myanmar

Forwarded from: ASEAN Freedom Flotila

The ASEAN NGO Coalition will organize a Freedom Flotilla mission to the Arakan/Rakhine state of Myanmar with the object of liberating the Rohingya from the continued persecution by the Myanmar securities.3rd July 2012

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The Nation

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 11:06

Myanmar army picks new VP

Myanmar army picks new VP

By: AFP  July 11, 2012

NAYPYIDAW - A retired Myanmar general, seen as a hardliner for close ties to the former junta and its deadly crackdown on 2007 monk-led rallies, has been nominated to be vice president, a military official said Tuesday. Yangon chief minister Myint Swe was selected to replace another hardline army vice president by soldiers in Myanmar's parliament. The nominee will later be approved by MPs. The move comes amid expectations of a cabinet reshuffle that observers hope could pave the way for more moderate figures to enter the quasi-civilian government, as Myanmar's parliament is transformed by the arrival of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party.Myanmar state media announced a reshuffle of six deputy ministers late Monday, hours after Suu Kyi took her seat as an elected MP for the first time, but did not say whether or not the move was part of a wider reorganisation. Read more

   

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