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Assistant Secretary Posner Discusses on Rohingya Issue on June 28, 2012

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:28

Assistant Secretary Posner Discusses on Rohingya Issue on June 28, 2012

 

ABNA

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Last Updated on Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:27 Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:24

Indian leader condemns motivated massacre of Myanmar Muslims

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indian leader condemns motivated massacre of Myanmar Muslims

Expressing grave concern over the ethnic violence in Myanmar, an Indian leader Thursday strongly condemned the motivated massacre of Rohingya Muslims of Arakan region of Myanmar.

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Expressing grave concern over the ethnic violence in Myanmar, an Indian leader Thursday strongly condemned the motivated massacre of Rohingya Muslims of Arakan region of Myanmar.

Dr. Zafrul Islam Khan, President of All India Muslim Majlis Mushawwarat (AIMMM) said: 'It is indeed deeply disturbing that thousands have lost their lives, millions have been forced to flee from their homes. Tragically the insecurity is so high that even those in camps do not feel safe.' Read more

 

 

Radiance

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:22

Burmese Muslims and the Blind World

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by ABDUL HANNAN SIWANI NADVI

In the Age of Internet and 24x7, massacres of Burmese poor, innocent and hapless Muslims are continuing amid high felonious silence and complete boycott of international media.

International community, which proclaims itself as the sole saviour of the world and is committed to stop all sorts of terrorism, has turned a blind eye to the massacres and inhuman behaviour meted out to Burmese Muslims, who are the most persecuted community in the world.

Buddhist leaders in the world didn’t condemn this mass murder while they are united to hound terrorist elements in any other part of this planet. Read more

 

BBC News

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:20

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Burma: UN calls for inquiry over Rakhine violence

Rakhine families displaced by violence in Sittwe. 14 June 2012

UN human rights chief Navi Pillay has called for an independent investigation following claims of abuses by security forces in Burma's Rakhine state.

Ms Pillay said forces sent to quash violence in the northern state were reported to be targeting Muslims.

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) says about 80,000 people have been displaced following inter-communal violence. Read more

 

The Daily Star

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:18

Bangladesh can't help Rohingya: PM

Hasina says her country can not afford to accommodate more refugees

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has told Al Jazeera that her country cannot afford to accommodate more Rohingya Muslim refugees fleeing persecution in neighbouring Myanmar.

During an interview to Al Jazeera in London on Friday Hasina said this. Read more

   

Mizzima

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:15

UN human rights leader calls for ‘independent’ Rakhine State investigation

Friday, 27 July 2012 17:00 Mizzima News

High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay Photo: unspecial.org

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday called for a “prompt, independent” investigation into ongoing human rights violations in Burma’s Arakan (Rakhine) State after ongoing violence between the Buddhist and Muslim communities.

“We have been receiving a stream of reports from independent sources alleging discriminatory and arbitrary responses by security forces, and even their instigation of and involvement in clashes,” said Commissioner Navi Pillay said. Read more

   

Anadolu Agency

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:13

"We share pains of people in Arakan"

26 July 2012 10:52 (Last updated 26 July 2012 10:54)

Turkish fm: This Ramadan, we share the pains of people in Arakan and on the other side, we share a common fate with people of Syria who are trying to stand still.

ANKARA (AA) - July 26, 2012 - Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu has said, "This Ramadan, we share the pains of people in Arakan and on the other side, we share a common fate with people of Syria who are trying to stand still."

Speaking at the "7th Traditional Fast-Breaking Meal of Konya Bureaucrats" on Wednesday, Davutoglu said that, a year ago, at the same meeting they were sharing the pains of Libyans. "This year, we share the pain of our brothers and sisters in Arakan and also we share a common fate with Syrians who try to stand still among all that cruelty." Read more

   

ABC Radio Australia

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Written by brcaau Saturday, 25 August 2012 16:09

Plight of Burma's Rohingyas concerns the region - Indonesian MP

Updated 26 July 2012, 21:55 AEST

Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has used her first speech in parliament to call for laws to protect the rights of the country's ethnic minorities.

She said recognising minorities was an important step if Burma's to become a "truly democratic union with a spirit of the union, equal rights and mutual respect". Read more

   

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