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Looks like not only muslims were targeted but christians also:

2-13-12 RANGOON, BURMA (Worthy News)– Burmese troops kill or torture civilians and destroy churches and even entire villages of the predominantly Christian Kachin minority despite pledges from Burma's nominally civilian government that it seeks ceasefire agreements with ethnic groups, investigators said Sunday, February 12.

In a report obtained by BosNewsLife, rights group Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) said it recorded "grave human rights abuses" during a three week visit to the Rangoon and Kachin State on the China-Burma border.

The report was released Sunday, February 12, as Burma marks the 65th anniversary of the Panglong Agreement in which Burma's government pledged, for instance, "full autonomy in internal administration for the frontier areas" in principle, including the creation of a Kachin State by the Constituent Assembly.

As Burma, also known as Myanmar, began observing the agreement with what is known as "Union Day", CSW cautioned that while “a window of opportunity for change…after decades of oppression and conflict may have now opened," the situation in Kachin and northern Shan States illustrate that "there is still a very long way to go".

CSW’s East Asia Team Leader, Benedict Rogers, told BosNewsLife that the stories his team recorded from Kachin people "was among the worst" they ever heard. "A very high proportion of the people we interviewed had family members killed by the Burma Army. These were unarmed civilians, in their paddy fields or homes, who were not engaged in armed combat in any form."

"GRAVE CONCERN"

He added that the "accounts of torture and other abuses are a cause for very grave concern, and the humanitarian challenges facing the internally displaced people require an urgent and sustained response from the international community.”

It was not immediately clear whether the troops had received direct orders from the government to carry out the alleged abuses and there was no immediate comment from authorities.

CSW said it was in Kachin State when the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) held a first round of peace talks with the Burma's government.

Minority groups within Burma, including the Kachins, have been fighting for more rights and independence from what they view as military dictatorship for decades.

Last week a ceasefire agreement between the army and the New Mon State Party (NMSP) was the seventh such accord between the government and ethnic rebel groups since former military junta leader and now President Thein Sein made a public call for peace talks with separatists late last year.

DISPUTED ELECTIONS

The ceasefire, one of 11 being sought by the government which came to power in 2010 in disputed elections is seen as aimed at strengthening Burma's case for getting Western sanctions lifted.

Along with freeing political prisoners and holding fair by-elections in April, the United States and European Union have made peace with ethnic militias a pre-requisite for a review of their embargoes.

Negotiations with the KIO's military wing, the powerful Kachin Independence Army (KIA). have been derailed however by persistent fighting that aid groups say has displaced as many as 50,000 people.

The tensions underscore the high political, economic and diplomatic stakes at play in the region, analysts say.

Kachin State is central to the energy interests of both Burma and China, hosting crucial hydropower dams and twin pipelines that will transport oil and natural gas to supply southwestern Yunnan province.

CHRISTIANITY CRACKDOWN?

Yet, Christian rights investigators have also linked the reported crackdown on Kachins and other predominantly Christian ethnic groups to opposition among Burmese officials about Christianity.

"There has been a series of attacks against the mainly Christian Kachin people in Burma. At the end of November soldiers fired mortar shells against civilians and burnt down homes," said rights watchdog Release International in a recent statement.

"In a separate incident, ten people, including seven children, were killed after an explosion rocked a Christian-run orphanage. The blast took place shortly after evening prayers. Sixteen children were injured, including two sons and a grandson of the Christian couple who run the orphanage," the group said about the late November incidents.

Authorities reportedly detained the couple in charge of the orphanage, Dayawng Tang Gun and his wife Ja Dim, alleging they had made the bombs. "Residents suspect it was actually government officials who planted the explosives," Release International explained.

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now slaughter of muslims in asam state of india has started.which borders myanmar.someone write on asami muslims plight too.here


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Around 1500-1800 people have dead in Assam riots.. No newspaper has published a complete article on this event. Government is just announcing a extraction for the dead. These riots are entry points to start the massacre in India so that Modi can become Prime Minister of India.

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well, in Pakistan this is the front line of every newspaper along with burmese killings.......whats good in Modi to become a prime minister?

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Modi becoming the prime minister would be a nightmare. Just hearing his name angers me, he's a murderous tyrant. I don't even want to imagine it, the Gujurat riots were bad enough, to have him be leader would be a death penalty for all the minorities

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International community 'in denial' over Rohingya


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The international community is "in denial" about atrocities committed against Myanmar's Muslim minority Rohingya people, "blinded" by its government reforms, Human Rights Watch charged Wednesday. Government security personnel failed to stop Buddhist Rakhine people from attacking Rohingya communities in June in the west coast's Rakhine State and participated in some of the atrocities, the New York-based human rights group said.

"Security forces were responsible for the killing of numerous Rohingya in June," it said in a report about the stateless ethnic minority. The report was based on interviews with 57 Rakhine and Rohingya witnesses to the sectarian violence, set off after three Rohinyas were accused in the rape and killing of a Rakhine woman on May 28. The incident sparked the worst sectarian violence witnessed in Myanmar since President Thein Sein came to power in March 2011, ushering in political and economic reforms that have prompted Western democracies to ease sanctions on the former pariah state and encourage investments in the country, which is also known as Burma.

"At the height of the violence in Arakan [Rakhine], President Barack Obama was announcing regulations authorising US companies to invest in Burma," said Phil Robertson, deputy director of the rights group's Asia division. "The international community seems to be blinded by a romantic narrative of sweeping change in Burma, signing new trade deals and lifting sanctions even while the atrocities continue," Robertson said.

Seventy-seven people died in the violence in Rakhine, according to government officials, but Human Rights Watch estimated the death toll at closer to 90.The government this week denied authorities had committed abuses in suppressing the fighting. The government insists that the Rohingya are descendents of Bengali migrant workers who came from neighbouring Bangladesh in the late 1800s and early 1900s when Myanmar was under British colonial rule. In its 1982 Citizen Act, Myanmar denied the Rohingya community citizenship although many have lived in Rakhine State for centuries. An estimated 800,000 to 1 million Rohingyas live in Rakhine. They are also denied the right to own property.


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the situation in Assam is heartening . shows the reality of so called biggest democracy


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the situation in Assam is heartening .


seems like the second hand of "baharat devi" is also gonna cut soon!

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Selfishness at best: -

Bangladesh bans foreign aid to Rohingya

Thu, 02 Aug 2012 13:33:36 GMT

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Bangladesh leaders are agents of India it well known even Bengali say it themselves.


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yes Bangladesh has shifted from Islam ...ppl say Pakistan will be punished but I say what about Bangladesh ??? these ppl actually went hand in hand with Hindus have their dance and betrayed Muslims ... so if we are soooo bad than what about them ??? these Burmese Muslims are descendents of Arab traders .. after Burma took away their nationality these ppl became stateless... do u know which country gave them refuge and even nationality ...non other then us the black listed " Pakistan " ..it was Saudi Arabia's duty to give them acknowledgement as they were first Arabs but once again it was Pakistan who came forward ....


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Davutoğlu, PM's wife depart for Myanmar to deliver aid
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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu departed for Myanmar on Wednesday with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's wife and daughter to deliver aid to the province of Arakan, where a massacre of Rohingya Muslims is being carried out by extremists.

A Turkish delegation led by Davutoğlu and including Erdoğan's wife Emine and daughter Sümeyye, left for Myanmar on Wednesday afternoon in a plane loaded with aid supplies.

The delegation will visit camps where Rohingya Muslims have taken shelter and distribute humanitarian aid to them. The aid from Turkey will be the first foreign aid accepted by Myanmar besides UN aid.

The Prime Ministry has also recently launched an aid campaign for Rohingya Muslims and the donations collected so far have exceeded $1.2 million.

A statement from the Foreign Ministry said apart from its significance in addressing the situation of the Rohingya Muslims, the “historic” visit will also be a chance to improve mutual relations with Myanmar.

According to UN sources, since the beginning of the new wave of ethno-religious tensions and attacks by extremist Buddhists and other fanatical groups that target Muslims in Myanmar, nearly 100,000 people have left their homes. To flee to safety, some Rohingya Muslims, with children in their arms, walked barefoot in heavy rain through the jungle to reach the coast, from where they sailed to Bangladesh.

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Assam Massacre footage:


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For the first time in his 5 year carrier he did apparently a good thing!

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President Asif Ali Zardari on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the loss of life and property of Rohingya Muslims during the ethnic clashes in the State of Rakhine, Myanmar.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/418708/rohingya-muslims-zardari-writes-letter-to-myanmar-president/

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Zardari is all talk :problem:

Myanmar forces torch Muslims’ homes

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Zardari is all talk :problem:



yes! we all know this! :)

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‘Myanmar Muslims in dire straits’

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Myanmar to allow aid to Rohingyas

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Turkey Foreign Minister and Mrs. Emine Erdoğan visit Myanmar Muslims

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