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Bangladeshi activists of several Islamic groups march in a protest rally against the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, after Friday prayers in Dhaka, Bangladesh on November 25, 2016. (Photo - Khaled Saifullah)   Myanmar's State-run media and all Buddhist media have claimed that international journalists and human rights groups are working hand in glove with terrorists. Supporters of Genociders,…

1000s of Myanmar soldiers and Border Guards enact "Four Cuts Policy" against Rohingya who have been blocked in Maungdaw. (Photo - Kumudra)   Rohingya, the most persecuted people on Earth, have been under genocidal operations since 1990s when NLD won the first multi-party election of 1990. Military junta formed NaSaKa to start program of Rohingya Genocide, confiscating their identities, farmlands,…

General Maung Maung Ohn and Border Minister Colonel Htin Lin encouraged Buddhist monks to gather and hold protests against Rohingya on 3.7.2016. It was a preplanned attack to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's NLD and Rohingya. The protests were organized after State-back Buddhist mobs torched two Mosques in Waw and Hpakant townships. Most of the protest organizers in the Rakhine…

After warning for destruction of Mosque, trust committee discuss to appeal government, Lay Pyin, Kachin State. (Photo : via Facebook) On 20.6.2016, State's sponsored terrorist group, MaBaTha ordered to destroy a Mosque in Lay Pyin village, Kachin State of Burma. Recently, two pagodas were built in Church area and besides the Mosque in Kachin State, a Muslim Imam and his…

Opponents of Rohingya claim they are 'illegal immigrants from Bangladesh' when history shows them living there for hundreds of years. Recent violence in Arakan State has shows injustice defining the attitude of Myanmar's leaders. Justice is foundation of all religions and laws; without justice, no one can build a society. Justice is the right thing to do for every solution;…

Rohingya from (Zay Hung Maw leik) whose houses were torched by the Buddhist mobs refuged in Bumay quarter, Sittwe on 13th June, 2012. (Photo: Ko Kyaw Swe)   The Past is never dead. It’s not even past. Wlliam Faukner (1897-1962) (YANGON, Myanmar) - Myanmar government and Myanmar media including international media in Burmese version claimed that there is no Rohingya…

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