Archive for June 10th, 2012

Inflaming tensions between Buddhists to distract from domestic crises

June 10, 2012

My Friend sent this good article:

The Myanmar government has declared that they have started the democratization of Myanmar. But the widespread discrimination of Myanmar citizens based on race and religion continues to be ignored or even actively encouraged by government authorities. The military government has a long history of inflaming tensions between Buddhists and Muslims to distract from domestic crises.

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Breaking News ..200 Rohingyas were killed and 30 villages burnt including five mosques in Maungdaw, Northern Arakan of Burma

June 10, 2012

Breaking News ..200 Rohingyas were killed and 30 villages burnt including five mosques in Maungdaw, Northern Arakan of Burma

8th June 2012

After Friday congregation, at about 2 pm. while a group of Muslims were trying to join a payer at Kayandan Islamic propagation centre (Tabligh Centre) for those 10 Muslims who were murdered by Rakhine extremists at Taunggup on 3 June 2011, the security forces tried to stop them and then started firing at the crowd killing at least two people and injuring many others. At 2:30 p.m. two young Rohingyas who were returning home after Friday prayer from Maungdaw Central Mosque were seriously beaten by police. One of them whose hand was broken was released after sometime while the other who received head injury was still in police custody. His condition is still unknown. News update

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Time to end Myanmar king’s exile in India

June 10, 2012

Source: Time to end Myanmar king’s exile in India

belonged to the Konbaung dynasty, a line of rulers known as ‘Kings who rule the Universe’ and treated as demi-gods by their subjects. In November 1885, after his defeat in a war against Britain, King Thibaw, along with the heavily pregnant Queen Supayalat, their very young daughters, and the king’s junior wife, Queen Supayagalae, were exiled to India. Here, in the remote town of Ratnagiri, they lived for over 30 years.

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Intolerance, Islam and the Internet in Burma today

June 10, 2012

Source: Intolerance, Islam and the Internet in Burma today in New Mandala

Last week Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr told Radio Australia that his government would monitor democracy and human rights in Burma. Of course, this is welcome news, but the Australian government needs to be mindful of a new dynamic of human rights violations in Burma. The current peace building initiatives between the government and ethnic armed groups in Burma are not enough anymore; ethno-religious and inter-communal relations must be taken seriously in order not to derail the current political reform. For human rights abuses and violence are committed not only by the state but also by different ethno-religious groups against each other. Racism and racial profiling in the media deserve careful attention, and the transnational nature of fostering ethno-religious intolerance as part of the new dynamic of human rights need to be addressed.

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Requesting to send the UN Human Rights Investigator to investigate the present Massacres in Myanmar

June 10, 2012

Requesting the UNSG, USA, EU and Democratic Governments to pressure Myanmar Government to allow the UN Human Rights Investigator to investigate in the present Massacres.

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Thank You for giving evidence confirming news of the GENOCIDE CRIMES

June 10, 2012

TQ & congratulations for giving evidence confirming news to prosecute the GENOCIDE CRIMES.

SOURCE:::ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာ ၁၅၀ အသတ္ခံရ (ခ်မ္းျ၀ိမ္း ပရိုဖိုင္) http://www.facebook.com/channyein244

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