Daily Archives: September 30, 2017

© Provided by AFP Hindus weep near the bodies of their family members in Ye Baw Kyaw village in Maungdaw

Rohingya militants deny Myanmar army claims of Hindu massacre

Lydia Reid, 68, of Edinburgh, Scotland, visits the gravesite of her son Gary, whom she was told died seven days after he was born. After 42 years, mom learns baby son's coffin was empty Hindus weep...
Myanmar tells UN: 'There is no ethnic cleansing and no genocide' of Rohingya

Myanmar tells UN: ‘There is no ethnic cleansing and no genocide’ of Rohingya

More than half a million Rohingya Muslims have fled an army campaign in just a few weeks, escaping into Bangladesh Myanmar security adviser U Thaung Tun addresses the UN security council. Myanmar has rejected allegations of...
Two brothers, "Abdulaziz" (age 9) and "Zahid" (age 6), watched from across the river as their family was massacred. They watched the attackers execute their father along with the other men in the village, and then take their mother and three siblings to a house which was set on fire. Kutupalong camp, September 25. © 2017 Anastasia Taylor-Lind for Human Rights Watch

Rohingya Children Witness Crimes Against Humanity: Orphans are traumatized after Burmese Security Forces Abuses

“Abdulaziz” is only nine years old, but his serious look and stern demeanor makes him seem much older. There’s a reason for that: three weeks ago, he watched Burmese soldiers murder his parents and...
The boat capsized a short distance from the coast near the Bangladesh city of Cox's Bazar

Rohingya crisis: ‘About 60 dead’ in boat capsize

About 60 people are now believed to have died when a boat carrying Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar capsized off Bangladesh, the UN says. The boat overturned in rough seas late on Thursday. A UN...
Dhaka Tribune

Is there a solution?

Over 400,000 persecuted Rohingya have already sought refuge in Bangladesh over the past month. The global communities, including civil society groups, politicians, and human right activists have expressed their deep concerns about Myanmar’s military...
Trump-Pence Join UN, Globalist Attack on Burma Over Rohingya Muslim Crisis

Trump-Pence Join UN, Globalist Attack on Burma Over Rohingya Muslim Crisis

At a meeting of the UN Security Council on September 20, Vice President Mike Pence delivered a blistering attack on the UN’s Human Rights Council, which is notorious both for its composition and its...
International law has yet to be applied in Myanmar

International law has yet to be applied in Myanmar: Zia Ullah Ranjha

Will condemnation without effective action make the lives of the Rohingya community better? The treatment of Muslims in Myanmar is a flagrant violation of international law. The UN high commissioner for human rights has described...
Politics of religious animosity

Politics of religious animosity: Imtiaz Alam

“When even suffering is ignored, there will be seeds of conflict, for suffering degrades, embitters and enrages” said Aung San Suu Kyi – rightly so – in her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech. And that...

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Dhaka is struggling to cope with the influx and wants to start relocating thousands of refugees to the island,

UN draws up plans to ‘facilitate’ Rohingya relocation to Bhashan Char

Bhashan Char is located 21 nautical miles from Noakhali, 11 nautical miles from Jahajir Char, 4.2 nautical miles from Sandwip, 28 nautical miles from...
Myanmar military fights Arakan Army among ancient Rakhine temples

Myanmar military fights Arakan Army among ancient Rakhine temples

Fighting between Myanmar's military and ethnic Rakhine insurgents has now reached the ancient temples of Mrauk U, the former capital of the Rakhine kingdom...
Kefayat Ullah, a Rohingya boy who was expelled from Leda High School for being a Rohingya, studies in his shelter in Leda camp in Teknaf, Bangladesh, 5 March, 2019. Photo: Reuters

Children expelled from schools for being Rohingya

Mohammed Ismail, a Rohingya boy who was expelled from Leda High School for being a Rohingya, poses for a picture in Leda camp in...
UN warns Bangladesh of ‘new crisis’ over relocation plan to Bhasan Char

UN warns Bangladesh of ‘new crisis’ over relocation plan to Bhasan Char

UN warns Bangladesh of ‘new crisis’ over relocation plan to Bhasan Char Bangladesh risks creating a "new crisis" for Rohingya refugees if it goes ahead...
Malaysian Rohingya activist nominated for the US State Department award

Malaysian Rohingya activist nominated for the US State Department award

This picture taken on August 20, 2018 shows Rohingya refugee Sharifah Shakirah, 25, founder of the Rohingya Women Development Network, posing for a photograph...