My user page in Wikipedia listing all my earlier articles

This is my user page in Wikipedia where I listed all my earlier articles in English Wikipedia, the Burma Digest and my San Oo Aung Blog.

Sorry friends, you cannot easily get the direct link and read most of the Burma Digest articles because it was attacked by Military Cyber-troopers with numerous viruses.

Especially Burmese articles are all destroyed and also because BD had moved its server and even many English article links are damaged…..

Please kindly GOOGLE SEARCH the article name and if you are lucky, you could find the SHARED sites especially in my San Oo Aung blog and Ko Ko Gyi blogs.

Please read my user page in the English Wikipedia at this link.

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Peace be upon you. السلام عليكم

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Using pseudonym_ Dr Zafar Shah.

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Using pseudonym_ Dr San Oo Aung.

Commendations on this (Islam in Myanmar) article

Out of utility, it’s often the case that editors leave mostly critical comments, but I want to commend the previous editors (mainly one person, who started the article) for all the fine work and thought that went into it. It’s got fascinating details and, although it is poorly sourced and offers a bit too much opinion in places, it could be fixed up over time. Citing Marxist sources (and other wiki articles that outline main ideas about colonialism, etc.) would be helpful – much needed. The views on history expressed here are not unusual, there should be ways to link this up to pages on philosophy of history (Leo Tolstoy comes to mind – although his article needs so much work, it isn’t a good resource right now). Anyway, this article definitely deserves its B rating – and I hope my comments are helpful in its getting to a higher status.Levalley (talk) 20:34, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

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My favourite quotations

  1. “- – – today’s human rights violations are the causes of tomorrow’s conflicts.” by Mary Robinson, High Commissioner for Human Rights (1997-2002).
  2. If we discriminate others as foreign because they, their race and religion are different to us, all the others could also look down and discriminate on us because we are also foreign to them!
  3. “Well, there are people who think that it’s right to do any thing in the name of their religion, their race, their family, or any organization to which they may belong.” Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

From the UN Charter_

  1. The purposes of the United Nations are – – – to achieve International cooperation – – – in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language and religion…”
  2. Equality, justice, dignity” is the emblem that represents the goals of the Human Rights Committee. The comprehensive implementation of actions against racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerances is a very important topic because these forms of intolerances have been global issues since biblical times.
  3. For decades, thousands of people have been victims of discrimination, preferences and exclusions in view of their race, skin color, sex, religion, language, national or ethnic origin and form of expression, causing extreme suffering and even loss of life.
  4. Racial discrimination is the ability or power to make distinctions among people based on race, color, decent, national or ethnic origin rather than individual merit.
  5. Xenophobia is a fear of the foreign, of what is strange.
  6. Religious intolerance occurs when someone’s opinions and beliefs are not respected by others due to their religion or way of thinking.
  7. In extremely religious or less developed countries, sexism is practiced, and racial discrimination is not considered wrong. In addition, the methods of solving racism could not appeal to all countries. Lots of people believe that they have the right to segregate others and feel superior to them, just because they are different to what they are used to.
  • The United Nations Former Secretary General, Kofi Annan stated_

There is no country in the world exempt of discrimination. No matter how severe or how mild the ratio of discrimination is, no nation is free from it. Either for one circumstance or another, not all countries are capable of giving the importance and dedication this issue needs. Even though we are all consciously aware of this topic, there is still a long road to cross.

“Ignorance and prejudice are the handmaidens of propaganda… Our mission therefore is to confront ignorance with knowledge, bigotry with tolerance, and isolation with outstretched hand of generosity. Racism can, will and must be defeated. Almost every country in the world suffers prejudice among its own people, either racial discrimination, xenophobia or religious intolerance.”

The importance of overcoming misunderstandings and animosities between the people of different beliefs and cultural traditions is through peaceful dialogue and mutual respect.

*The Holy Quran lays down_

  1. Whosoever kills a human being without (any reason like) man slaughter, or corruption on earth, it is as though he had killed all mankind … (5:32)
  2. “And whoever saves a life it is as though he had saved the lives of all mankind” (5:32).
  3. “Do not let your hatred of a people incite you to aggression” (5:2).
  4. “And we set you up as nations and tribes so that you may be able to recognize each other” (49:13).
  5. The division of human beings into nations, races, groups and tribes is for the sake of distinction, so that people of one race or tribe may meet and be acquainted with the people belonging to another race or tribe and co-operate with one another.
  6. This division of the human race is neither meant for one nation to take pride in its superiority over others nor is it meant for one nation to treat another with contempt or disgrace, or regard them as a mean and degraded race and usurp their rights.
  7. Indeed, the noblest among you before God are the most heedful of you (49:13).
  1. “No Arab has any superiority over a non-Arab, nor does a non-Arab have any superiority over an Arab.
  2. Nor does a white man have any superiority over a black man or the black man any superiority over the white man.
  3. You are all the children of Adam, and Adam was created from clay” (al-Bayhaqi and al-Bazzaz).
  4. “Do not argue with the people of the Book (Christians and Jews) unless it is in the politest manners” (29:46)
  • Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) had once said,

The ink of the scholar is more valuable than the blood of the Martyr.”

My favourite speech

I Have a Dream speech given by Martin Luther King in the August 1963. He had electrified America with his speech, given from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

My contributions for Burma/Myanmar and Islam

Articles I have authored, started or expanded on Wikipedia

  1. Islam in Myanmar
  2. Talk:Islam in Myanmar
  3. Burmese Indians
  4. Talk:Burmese Indians
  5. Indians in Burmese History as it was deleted by reckless Wiki editor without even arguing the facts validity (could still search and read in edit history of Wiki, I hereby publish in my own blog my article is already a GA or Good Article I wished not to tarnish by adding back my chapter.
  6. Origin of Burmese Indians
  7. List of Burmese Indians Although erased, this chapter is revised, edited and put back in the main article as one heading.
  8. Panthay
  9. Burmese Chinese
  10. Aw Boon Par
  11. Aw Boon Haw
  12. Narathu
  13. Alaungsithu
  14. Sawlu
  15. Myanmar Indian Muslims
  16. Mahabandoola
  17. Famous Burmese Muslims renamed List of Burmese Muslims
  18. U Razak
  19. Ba Shin
  20. Persecution of Muslims in Myanmar
  21. History of arrival of Islam in Burma/Myanmar
  22. Burma Muslim Congress
  23. Burmese Malays
  24. Talk:Burmese Malay Muslims
  25. U Shwe Yoe
  26. Myanmar ( Burmese ) Democracy and Human Rights online media.
  27. Talk:Myanmar ( Burmese ) Democracy and Human Rights online media
  28. Shwedagon Pagoda (A paragraph in history only.)
  29. Lacquerware (Few lines in history.)
  30. Politics of Myanmar (In judicial system, Wareru dhammathat and Dammazedi pyatton.)
  31. Burma Digest Helped legal adoption into Wiki mainstream Burmese Politics and helping to create related article category. ;-}}
  32. Razali Ismail Corrected the specific position as the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to Myanmar.
  33. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
  34. Ko Mya Aye
  35. February 13births.(General/Bogyoke) Aung San’s date of death corrected.
  36. Education in Burma
  37. Mughal Empire Adding about Shah Shuja the second son of the Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan
  38. AurangzebAdding about Shah Shuja his second elder brother
  39. Media of Burma
  40. History of the Jews in Burma
  41. Caretaker government Adding the caretaker government of General Ne Winin Burma in 1958
  42. List of revolutions and rebellions Adding Military coup of 1962 in Burma by General Ne Win.
  43. Bogeyman Adding the Burmese Bogeymen, Pashu Ghaung Phyat.
  44. Eid ul-Fitr Adding the Burmese Muslims’ way of celebrating Eid
  45. Cuisine of Burma Adding facts and recipes about Halwa, Sa-Nwin-Ma-Kin or Burmese Semolina Cake and Kyit Sara, Semolina chicken or meat paste
  46. Wren & Martin Adding another book A Final Course of Grammar & Composition and the facts about the books’ usage as English Grammer books in Mission Schools in Burma.
  47. Anglo-Burmese people Adding Kingswood High School, Kalaw, Southern Shan State
  48. Kingswood High School, Kalaw and Kingswood School (disambiguation)
  49. St Peter’s High School, Mandalay
  50. St Peter’s School Adding the St Peter’s High School, Mandalay, Myanmar/Burma
  51. Muslim scholars Adding Mohamed Kassim @ Saya Gyi U Nu and Colonel Ba Shin
  52. List of Muslim historians Adding Colonel Ba Shin
  53. List of Muslim writers and poets Adding U Shwe Yoe
  54. List of Muslim actors
  55. Maung Thaw Ka
  56. Kan Chun
  57. Kyar Ba Nyein
  58. Lethwei Adding Kyar Ba Nyein’s role as a pioneer.
  59. Dances of Burma Adding U Shwe Yoe dance’s origin in article and talk page
  60. Mandalay National High School
  61. The USPG or United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, adding All Dioceses in Burma
  62. Pyu city-states Added a lot of facts, edit and given inline reference
  63. Early history of Burma Total revamp of the article after expension with facts complete with references.
  64. List of pre-modern states
  65. List of extinct states
  66. Kedahan Malay Adding DSAI
  67. Talk:Burmese Malays
  68. Burmese Malays
  69. H.E.Ambassador U Pe Khin
  70. List of Masjids in Mandalay
  71. Saya Gyi U Nu
  72. June Adding Aung San Suu Kyi‘s birthday, 19 June 1945, in the Events in June
  73. Myazedi inscription Adding Category:Earliest known manuscripts by language
  74. Karim Ghani Adding his activities in Burma
  75. Ganesha in world religions Added the origin of Thingyan in Myanmar myth.
  76. 2012 Rakhine State riots
  77. Talk:Maung Zarni
  78. Maung Zarni
  79. U Thant. Adding Jalan U Thant in KL, named after him.

As Dr Zafar Shah

Blog [1]

  1. Advising OIC to re-brand and repackage the image of Islam[2]
  2. Arresting of opposition leaders [3]
  3. Welcome 2007 and Farewell to 2006 [4]
  4. Wake up call for UNHCR [5]

As Bo Aung Din


  2. Game Plan for the Uprisings [9]
  3. Herculean Task of Rebuilding Burma [10]
  4. Letter 1: A Valentine Present with Love [11]
  5. Letter 2: for my beloved Nan Sai [12]
  6. Letter 3: Today’s Human-rights Violations are Cause of Tomorrow’s Conflicts[13]
  7. Letter 4: The most remarkable leader of our time[14]
  8. Letter 5: Respecting Human Rights is the key to our future relations[15]
  9. Letter 6: Long March To Shwe Bamar Pavilion[16]
  10. Letter 7: Racial Discriminations Everywhere [17]
  11. Letter 8: Loss of Home, Loss of PARADISE[18]
  12. Letter 9: Dog-leather book and the SPDC Generals[19]
  13. Letter 10: MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY![20]
  14. Letter 11: Queen Kyine Kyine (a) Marie Antoinette[21]
  15. Letter 12: The End of a Saga [22]
  16. To Built Our Country on Moral High Grounds [23]
  17. Concept of Good Government Free of Corruption [24]
  18. Optimism or Counting the Disguised Blessings [25]
  19. Swan Ah Shin’s Power [26]
  20. People decide with their hearts but not with their brains[27]
  21. Internet, the Fifth Pillar Of Democratic Governance[28]
  22. Friedmen’s Free Market Economics [29]
  23. Open Heart [30]
  24. This is time for Burma to change Captain to save the economy[31]
  25. Medicine for Expatriates from Burma [32]

As Maulana Hafiz Abdullah

  1. PRAYERS FOR BURMA, in English (Muslim Doah Prayers) On behalf of the expatriate Burmese Muslim Religious leaders.[33]
  2. Prayers for Burma by the Burmese Muslims, in Burmese [34]

As Mahar Bandula

Blog [35]

  1. United We Stand, Divided We Lose [36]
  2. Preliminary Indictment of SPDC Generals with Genocide[37]
  3. Regime’s Soldiers will die & go to Hell![38]
  4. Burma’s Drug Menace [39]
  5. Corruption [40]
  6. Mahar Bandula’s 666 Mission [41]
  7. Puppet Master [42]
  8. Update your concepts to WIN-WIN Solution [43]
  9. Seventh July Student Massacre [44]
  10. Warning to all the Universities around the world[45]
  11. SPDC Generals’ PHOBIAS [46]
  12. The oppositions should give ULTIMATUM to SPDC[47]
  13. We need EITI in Burma [48]
  14. C4: Communist Chinese Colonialist’s Cruelties[49]
  15. Ali Baba and forty thieves [50]
  16. Hell Hounds at large: Radovan Karadžić and Than Shwe[51]
  17. Than Shwe will follow Saddam [52]
  18. Ne Win & Than Shwe [53]
  19. Modern SPDC era comedy[54]
  20. Appeal letter to the US President and EU leaders [55]

As Mohd Noor Ibn Abdullah

  1. Malaysia, Qatar & Burma [56]

As Ohn Kyaw Myint in association with a friend (In Burmese)


  1. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 1 [58]
  2. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 2 [59]
  3. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 3 [60]
  4. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 4 [61]
  5. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 5 [62]
  6. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 6 [63]
  7. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 7 [64]
  8. Analysing Burma’s Democracy Revolution,Part 8 [65]
  9. Burma in Buddha’s teaching [66]
  10. Religion & Politics [67]
  11. Shan State & Union of Burma [68]
  12. SPDC should Respect 8888 Students’ Cetana [69]
  13. Burma’s Education: A peep behind the curtain, part 1[70]
  14. Burma’s Education: A peep behind the curtain, part 2[71]
  15. Burma’s Education: A peep behind the curtain, part 3[72]
  16. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 1 [73]
  17. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 2 [74]
  18. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 3 [75]
  19. A Peek Inside Burma By Aljazeera, part 4 [76]
  20. Burma, Russia & China [77]
  21. A Valentine Present with Love, Letter 1A [78]
  22. A Valentine Present with Love, Letter 1B [79]
  23. A Valentine Present with Love, Letter 1C [80]
  24. Compassionate Letters to Dear Nan, No.6A [81]
  25. Compassionate Letters to Dear Nan, No.6B [82]
  26. Compassionate Letters to Dear Nan, No.6C [83]
  27. Virtual interview with US Secetary of State Condoleezza Rice [84]


Blog [85]

  1. Myanmar Refugee Pilot Project Proposal, part 1 [86]
  2. Myanmar Refugee Pilot Project Proposal, part 2 [87]
  3. Open letter Malaysia, Qatar & Burma [88]
  4. Burmese Version of Animal Farm [89]
  5. A Peep behind the Curtain of Myanmar Education System[90]
  6. Aung San Suu Kyi for UNSG [91]
  7. Dilemmas of Revolutionaries [92]
  8. Brain Drain [93]
  9. Metamorphosis of Saviors into Monsters [94]
  10. Let’s show our hatred to SPDC [95]
  11. No light at the End of the Tunnel for Most of the Refugees [96]
  12. Burmese Expatriates Exploited in Malaysia [97]
  13. 19th July Martyrs Day [98]
  14. When Heroes Become Maniacs [99]
  15. Dr Ibrahim Gambari must be backed by a powerful mandate of UNSC[100]
  16. Big Bully Communist Autocratic Russia [101]
  17. For the 777, the DAY of Civil Disobedience [102]
  18. Why U Nu’s democracy failed?[103]
  19. Dear revered Sanghas, kindly help Burma to free from Atheist Tatmadaw [104]
  20. The Final Assault to Victory [105]
  21. Bravo! Let’s March Forward [106]
  22. Let’s search and annihilate the nearest enemy with the Guerrilla tactics (Bur)[107]
  23. “Brain Drain” to “Brain Gain”[108]

As Ko Tin Maung

Blog [109]

  1. We are all Burmese in our heart [110]
  2. Naming & Shaming [111]

As Tun Aung in association with a friend (In Burmese)

  1. Speaking with Madam Anwar Ibrahim, Burmese translation Part 1 [112]
  2. Speaking with Madam Anwar Ibrahim, Burmese translation Part 2 [113]
  3. Speaking with Madam Anwar Ibrahim, Burmese translation Part 3 [114]
  4. Interview with Sao Harn Yawnghwe[115]
  5. Speaking with a Hero of Shan People[116]
  6. Interview with Amyotheryei U Win Naing Part 1 [117]
  7. Interview with Amyotheryei U Win Naing Part 2 [118]
  8. We also Love Burma, part 1 [119]
  9. We also Love Burma, part 2 [120]
  10. Generosity Makes Us Great[121]
  11. Burmese Animal Farm, part 1 [122]
  12. Burmese Animal Farm, part 2 [123]
  13. Burmese Animal Farm, part 3 [124]
  14. To Clean up SPDC’s Chaos[125]
  15. Asian Countries exploiting Burma[126]
  16. SDDC is worthless [127]
  17. Sweet Set-backs [128]
  18. ASEAN is just firing blanks[129]
  19. Dreams Give us Hope [130]
  20. Win Win Solution [131]
  21. Burma Game Plan [132]
  22. Hiding in Shame [133]
  23. SPDC Soldiers Burn in Hell! part 1 [134]
  24. SPDC Soldiers Burn in Hell! part 2 [135]
  25. Fool’s Gold [136]
  26. Wishes for Detained Nobel Laureate’s Birthday [137]
  27. Education for Generals’ Wives [138]
  28. Genocide in Burma [139]
  29. We also want to Stand on our own Feet part 1 [140]
  30. We also want to Stand on our own Feet part 2 [141]
  31. Various Types of Democracy Part 1 A [142]
  32. Various Types of Democracy Part 1 B [143]
  33. Various Types of Democracy Part 2 A [144]
  34. Various Types of Democracy Part 2 B [145]
  35. Various Types of Democracy Part 3 [146]
  36. Various Types of Democracy Part 4 [147]

As Ko Tin Nwe

Blog [148]

  2. Internally Displaced Persons or IDPs [150]
  3. Pope Going To Burma [151]
  4. Shan Nationalities[152]
  5. Complaining of unfair attitude On Religious Minorities including Muslims [153]

As Dr San Oo Aung (especially in Burma Digest)

Blogs [154][155][156][157]

  1. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (interview in English)[158]
  2. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (Burmese translation) part 1 [159]
  3. Speaking with Dr. Maharthir, former Malaysia PM (Burmese translation) part 2[160]
  4. Speaking with Mrs Anwar, Dr. Wan Azizah (interview in English)[161]
  5. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (interview in English)[162]
  6. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (Burmese tanslation) part 1 [163]
  7. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (Burmese tanslation) part 2 [164]
  8. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia (Burmese tanslation) part 3 [165]
  9. Interview with Global Peace Malaysia part 4 [166]
  10. Interview with His Royal Highness Prince Sao Hso Khan Pha,Interim Shan Government (Burmese translation)[167]
  11. Speaking with U Chit Tin, MP (interview in Burmese)[168]
  12. Open letter to the European Commission, and European leaders [169]
  13. Asian Values & Western Values [170]
  14. ASEAN is just firing blanks[171]
  15. Displaced People’s Socio-Medical Sufferings[172]
  16. A Magical Picture: Min Ko Naing’s Mother [173]
  17. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 1)[174]
  18. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 2)[175]
  19. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 3)[176]
  20. Analysing Various Democracies (Part 4)[177]
  21. The analysis of AUNG SANs[178]
  22. Aung Sans’ Plan for Reconstruction of Corrupted Myanmar[179]
  23. The Hand That Wield The Cane [180]
  24. Dreams Give Us Hope [181]
  25. The Dawn of Revolution in Burma [182]
  26. Negligence by Burmese Military Rulers [183]
  27. Discrimination Against Burmese in Malaysia [184]
  28. History of World Refugee Day[185]
  29. Generosity Makes us Great[186]
  30. SPDC Junta Mentioned in Buddha’s Teachings [187]
  31. Chicken Soup for the Burmese Opposition’s Souls[188]
  32. Politicians of the year: 88 Students Group [189]
  33. Opening Heart on Equal Rights for All Ethnic Groups[190]
  34. Birds of the same feather: China Russia and SPDC[191]
  35. Burma’s Neo-Nazi Brown Shirts or USDA [192]
  36. Don’t Let Monitor Lizards (Phuts) Rule the Country[193]
  37. Window Shopping for Federalism [194]
  38. From UNSC to ICC [195]
  39. Junta’s Attempted Genocide & International Courts[196]
  40. Sending Military Regime to International Court [197]
  41. Junta’s Ethnic Cleansing in Eight Stages [198]
  42. Burma Human Rights Day(B)[199]
  43. To Commemorate 27 March as Burma Childsoldiers’ day[200]
  44. Let’s Join USDA & Destroy it from Within [201]
  45. Revolt inside Kyant Phunt USDA (B)[202]
  46. Hoping for a National Reconciliation [203]
  47. Final Assault for our Revolution. [204]
  48. The Power of Arts Moves the Hearts and Minds of the People[205]
  49. Education is Passport for the Future of refugee children[206]
  50. Laissez-faire & Libertarianism for Liberated Burma[207]
  51. There was once democracy in the Union of Burma[208]
  52. Some encouraging thoughts on Burma’s Politics[209]
  53. Lopsided fiscal policy of SPDC[210]
  54. Junta is so fearful of the Pen of an Old Journalist[211]
  55. To Change Hearts and Minds of SPDC[212]
  57. Myanmar Military’s Achilles heel[214]
  58. Editorial: Multi-religion Prayers Campaign for Burma [215]
  59. Editorial: Let us request for UN supervision on SPDC Junta’s Roadmap[216]
  60. Editorial:Federalism (Burmese)[217]
  61. Editorial:Last Days of Military Regime (B) [218]
  62. Editorial:To Eliminate Violence against Women[219]
  63. Editorial:Sending Military Regime to International Court [220]
  64. Editorial:Burma Human Rights Day(B)[221]
  65. Betraying their Fellow Fallen Soldiers (Burmese translation)[222]
  66. Appeal to the Senior General Than Shwe, before he leave the political scene of Myanmar [223]
  67. Analysis of 3B Militaries, Burma, Bangladesh and Bangkok [224]
  68. Analysis of how Tatmadaw had ruined the Myanmar economy[225]
  69. SPDC’s Constitution is just the Step 1A only [226]
  70. 19th Anniversary of Military coup [227]
  71. Maggot in the NLD LA or Trojen Horse or Axe-handle of SPDC [228]
  72. Crimes committed by SPDC thugs and People’s Rights of Self Defense [229]
  73. Enough is enough, SPDC! Let’s see in (ICC) court [230]
  74. Skepticism regarding the Myanmar Tatmadaw’s usual Big Lies[231]
  75. UN, US and EU should investigate the discriminating ASEAN laws on Burmese citizens [232]
  76. Defiant Recalcitrant Myanmar Military Junta[233]
  77. General Aung San’s Acceptance of migrants as brethren[234]
  79. UN, US, EU and ASEAN must consider for the Restitution to Myanmar/Burmese Citizens[236]
  80. Open letter to H.E. Professor Sergio Pinheiro[237]
  81. Myanmar Tatmadaw is unsinkable![238]
  82. Myanmar Childsoldiers need Your Honours! Dr Gambari and Prof. Pinherio[239]
  83. A STUDY OF ISLAMIC ARAKAN COINAGE(Burmese History in English) [240]
  84. Migration history of Burma or Myanmar Ethnic Races(Burmese History in English)[241]
  85. Burma or Myanmar is the highway between India and China(Burmese History in English)[242]
  86. Migration and settlement of Shans in Burma[243]
  87. Let’s exploit our strategic position between the two greatest civilizations(Burmese History in English)[244]
  88. Our Long March to the Mirage Paradise(Burmese Karen History in English)[245]
  89. Winter dreams of unfinished painting!(Burmese Mon History in English)[246]
  90. Cháng Zhēng or original Long March of the Tibeto-Burmans!(Burmese History, Tibeto-Burmans in English)[247]
  91. Tiger Balm brothers, our prided migrants[248]
  92. Real Stone Age and Dark Period without enlightment[249]
  93. Peek into your mirrors before calling Kala, Kala Dain or Kala Pyet[250]
  94. In order to get a Win- win solution deal in our Dialogue with SPDC[251]
  95. In Memory of PUMPKIN and ANGEL[252]
  96. Ch 1.HUMAN RIGHTS in Islam[253]
  97. Ch 2.BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS[254]
  98. Ch 2.3.Respect for the Chastity of Women[255]
  99. Ch 2.4.The Right to a Basic Standard of Life[256]
  100. Ch 2.5.Individual’s Right to Freedom[257]
  101. Ch 2.6. Justice 7. Equality of Humans 8. The Right to Co-operate or Not to[258]
  102. Ch 3.Rights of citizens in an Islamic State. Ch 3:1. The Security of Life and Property[259]
  103. Ch 3:2 Honour, 3:3 Private Life Sanctity & Security Ch 3:2. The Protection of Honour[260]
  104. Ch 3:4 The Security of Personal Freedom[261]
  105. Ch 3:5 Tyranny, 6 Freedom of Expression & 7 Association[262]
  106. Ch 3:8 Conscience, Conviction, 9 Religious Sentiments, 10 Imprisonment[263]
  107. Ch 3:11. The Right to Basic Necessities of Life[264]
  108. Ch 3:12 Equality Before Law, Ch 3:13 Rulers Not Above the Law[265]
  109. Human Rights in Islam Ch 3:14 Avoid Sin, 15 Right to Affairs of State[266]
  110. Ch 4: Rights of enemy soldiers and non-combatants at war[267]
  111. Rights and moral conducts of the Muslims[268]
  112. The qualities of the Prophet(pbuh)[269]
  113. An Introduction to Islam:Fundamental beliefs and practices[270]
  114. Modern SPDC era comedy (E)[271]
  115. Modern SPDC era comedy (Burmese translation)[272]
  116. Islamic practices Vs Islamic values[273]
  117. Some Islamic values that rich muslim leaders try to ignore[274]
  118. Last appeal letter to God[275]
  119. Children of the Dream[276]
  120. Childhood fairy-tales[277]
  123. Self-improvement and preparations for the future success[280]
  124. Common virtues of Buddhism and Islam[281]
  125. Power of the powerless[282]
  126. Myanmar/Burmese Muslims under SPDC[283]
  127. Justice in Islam[284]
  128. Universal mercy or loving kindness[285]
  129. Absolute power corrupts absolutely (E)[286]
  130. The Judiciary(E)[287]
  131. I dream of speaking with DSAI, former D.P.M. of Malaysia (E)[288]
  132. Dreaming an interview with DSAI or Datuk Sri Anwar Ibrahim Part II (E)[289]
  133. Dreams give us hope (E)[290]
  134. Dreamer of the day[291]
  135. My day dream of speaking with former Deputy Prime Minister Part III (E)[292]
  136. Dream Interview with DSAI Part IV (E[293]
  137. 1001 Malaysian Nights (DSAI interview Part V)(E)[294]
  138. Dream Interview VI Rule of Law (E)[295]
  139. Dream Interview VII Rule by Law (of the Jungle)(E)[296]
  140. Akbar the Great Vs Than Shwe the Megalomaniac (E)[297]
  141. RULE OF LAW Limits the Government’s legal authorities on citizens(E)[298]
  142. Good governance (E)[299]
  143. Ko Mya Aye, Burmese Muslim (88 Students Group Leader)(E)[300]
  144. The Role of Muslims in Burma’s Democracy Movement (Burmese translation)(E)[301]
  145. ‘Pumpkin positive’ Tatmadaw and SPDC Generals[302]
  148. Burma’s Saffron Revolution leader Revered Monk, Sayadaw (abbot) U Gambira[305]
  149. Merry Christmas,Happy New year,Eid Mubarak(Selamat Hari Raya Haji)Happy and Prosperous Chinese New year[306]
  150. Don’t Cry for Myanmar, Burma[307]
  151. Dr Mahathir Mohamad offering a few pointers for Myanmar Junta[308]
  152. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire I[309]
  153. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire II[310]
  154. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire III[311]
  155. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire IV[312]
  156. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire V[313]
  157. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire VI[314]
  158. The Golden days of the Great Shan Empire VII[315]
  159. Sr. General Than Shwe is the thief[316]
  160. What’s up China?[317]
  161. The Golden days of the Great Mon Empire I[318]
  162. Burmese Chinese[319]
  163. My dream interviews are not mere illusions[320]
  164. Congratulations RAMBO!For your success in Burma[321]
  165. For the Burmese Muslims Christian and Buddhist friendships are superior to the Islamic-brotherhood[322]
  166. What’s up UNHCR?[323]
  167. Tumbling Kelly and Puppet Governments[324]
  168. Paralyzed, illegitimate, transitory to full-fledged lawful government[325]
  169. Illegitimate SPDC government trying to legalize the bastard[326]
  170. Ko Htun Sein stopped singing “God save the King” at Rangoon University Student Meetings[327]
  171. Strategy to win over hearts and minds of the SPDC, China, India, ASEAN and USA[328]
  172. Burmese Resistance and the Starling Theory[329]
  173. Swarm Behavior Starling Theory[330]
  175. Happy Birth Day followed by Condolence for Union of Burma[332]
  176. Rangoon University Students Union RUSU[333]

Dr San Oo Aung’s Weblog

My own weblog

  1. List of all the articles here_[334]
  2. Home_[335]
  3. TOTAL 1166 articles/postings up to my own blog only.
  4. TOTAL Hits 400,231 of visits up to 26.12.2009. on my own blog and achieved about ONE Million hits in all my blogs and articles including Wikipedia.
  5. Another 320++ articles in Burma Digest. But some articles are posted in both sites, sometimes modified or edited.
  6. There are a dozen of Islam articles in Muslim Wiki. (They are almost similar to my articles in main Wiki.
  7. Various articles in different journals, magazines, newspapers and online news/magazines are excluded.

Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s (@ Dr.Abdul Rahman Zafrudin) Blog.

This is my real name and true identity. @ Dr. Ko Ko Gyi’s Blog

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