Burmese Generals have systematically planned Rohingya genocide since 1970s and committed atrocities against Rohingya with intent to destroy Rohingya’s history, ethnic rights and the rights of citizenship. Notorious Dictator Ne Win persecuted them through several genocidal operations to drive them out of the country that caused more than 300,000 refugees fled to Bangladesh in 1978.
Ne Win deliberately changed the term “Rohingya” into “Chittagonian” in 1974 to accuse them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. Uncountable Rohingya civilians have been killed through persecution and genocidal operations since 1970s; 1000s of Rohingya were tortured to death under police and military custody.
Since 2012, Myanmar government had staged many violence against Rohingya; it staged massacres in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017, 1000s of Rohingya’s homes were burnt down, uncountable Rohingya died in the sea and forests while fleeing from genocidal violence by risky boats.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have been forced to flee from their homes in Myanmar. Sky News has witnessed distressing scenes including babies being dumped and left to die on beaches. Sky’s Alex Crawford travels to Myanmar’s Rakhine State, witnessing first-hand the military’s brutal crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya lost their lives escaping from persecution and more than half of the whole Rohingya population scattered all over the globe in hope of secure lives. Thousands of journalists and reporters have already witnessed the inhumanely atrocities of Burmese military against Rohingya such as mass killing, gang rape, arson attacks for the destruction of the whole Rohingya community, torture to death, blockage for the starvation of Rohingya to death, ban of medical access to death and arbitrarily arrest.
Thousands of babies died during Rohingya Holocaust.
The methodical killing of 7,000 Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica in 1995 was genocide. If you investigate systematically, you could realize at least hundred thousands Rohingya have been killed through persecution by Burmese genociders since 1990. Of course, elimination of Rohingya’s history can be referred to “ethnic cleansing” but overall crisis is a clear-cut genocide.
Why don’t you clearly say “Rohingya Genocide” and act according to law to end it?
More than 600,000 Rohingya have arrived in Bangladesh since a military crackdown in Myanmar in August triggered an exodus. Since 1970, more than million Rohingya fled to Bangladesh several times to escape from the atrocities of Burmese military. In 1978 and 1993, limited Rohingya had been repatriated by the State. Now, Suu Kyi government is also using the same policy like Burmese generals; rather Suu Kyi government is worse than military junta issuing genocidal National Verification Cards for Rohingya as if they illegally entered into Myanmar from Bangladesh.
Suu Kyi urged Foreign Minister of United States and other foreign diplomats not to use sensitive terms “Bengali” and “Rohingya” but her State’s media have been continuously using “Bengali” for Rohingya to make them illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. With the help of selfish blood-sucking China, Myanmar rejects every resolution of United Nations and ignores international law.