Archive for August 7th, 2012

Rakhine Terrorists attacked and killed the Muslims in Kyauktaw

August 7, 2012

Rakhine Terrorists attacked and killed the Muslims in Kyauktaw
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August 5, 2012
MMM
Yangon

On the 5th August 2012 at about afternoon, Rakhine Buddhist Terrorists started to attack and burn the Shufi Taung village, Apokewa village and Shwe Hlaing Village in Kyauktaw Township. And they cruelly assaulted and killed one resident from Pike Thae village with machetes.

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Muslim houses destroyed in Rakhine Myae Pone township during night curfew

August 7, 2012

Muslim houses destroyed in Rakhine Myae Pone township during night curfew  

August 7, 2012
Myanmar Muslim Media (M.M.M)

Yangon
We got the reports by the victims that the Muslim houses were destroyed in Myae Pone Township on the 6/8/12 night. Illegal underground group called “Rakhine’s Power Comrade” had leaded and committed those crimes of destruction.

“Destruction of U San Thein’s house was started at 6:30 PM. Once after the town-lights were switched off at 10 PM, started to destroy U Kyar Aye, Ma Aye Nu, U Kar Lu, Daw Khin Hla May and Ma Khin Htwe’s houses.

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Bamas and Rakhines should peek into their mirrors before calling us Kalars or Bengali

August 7, 2012

Peek into your mirrors before calling Kala, Kala Dain or  Kala Pyet

Please read one of my letters  below:

Dear Nan,

              I realized that the part of Daw Mon and U Pyu played in our Shwe Bama history is also crucial part of our religion. They give us Hinduism followed by Buddhism. We could learn a lot by looking back at them. When our Pagan first Shwe Bama village tract was in deep dark without a real religion and just struggling under the tyrant Ayi Gyi’s ‘religion’ Daw Mon and U Pyu had enlightened our forefathers with Buddha’s teachings and salvaged all of us.

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MYANMAR MINORITIES HAVE A DREAM

August 7, 2012

KingAnyone could SHARE or translate (edit or roughly) into Myanmar or other language or made into audio file  in Burmese as a speech like Martin Luther King.

MYANMAR MINORITIES HAVE A DREAM not unlike the American Dream

I hereby revised my article first published in Burma Digest and my blog, “Opening Heart on Equal Rights for All Ethnicities” which is actually Burmanized the famous, “I Have A Dream” speech given by Martin Luther King in the August 1963.

On the 12th February 1947, all of the Ethnic groups of Burma (now called Myanmar) had a dream to form the Union of Burma with the signing of the Panglon Agreement.

But their dreams changed to a dreadful nightmare under the successive Military rulers up to the present Myanmar Government. (more…)

Ufair attute of Myanmar Government on issuing National Registration Cards for Muslims

August 7, 2012

Myanmar Government is going to do census and checking to issue the new National Registration Cards and as they had claimed to check especially or exclusively on all the Myanmar Muslims, wrongly calling as Bengali-illegal immigrants, which amount to SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT and SELECTIVE Prosecution so it could be called SELECTIVE PERSECUTION.

I hereby reprint my old article which could be relevant to the above issue.

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Please give back our children at least a chance to dream as Myanmar

August 7, 2012

Myanmar Government, Military, Rakhines and even the so called Democrats from NLD are labeling us as guest citizens, ‘Kala’, Bengali-illegal-migrants or mixed blooded persons or not pure citizens. They are planning to start a massive selective enforcement operation to downgrade us into second or third grade citizens in the coming census.

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Myanmar government should not enforce selective Persecution to down grade Muslims as second or third grade citizens with a retroactive legislation

August 7, 2012

The common law jurisdictions do not permit retroactive criminal legislation, though new precedent generally applies to events that occurred prior to the judicial decision. Ex post facto laws are expressly forbidden by the United States Constitution. (Wiki) General Aung San, Former Prime Minister U Nu, First President Sao Shwe Theik and Former President U Ba Oo had declared that the Myanmar Muslims are Tine Yin Thar Citizens or Ethnic Nationals, present governments could not remove those pronouncements now and declare or made the Myanmar Muslims not the Ethnic National and even demote into Second Grade Citizens.

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