Posts Tagged ‘Shah Shuja’

Should Burma as an Islamophobic, racist and openly anti-Muslim country be allowed to chair ASEAN?

August 10, 2012
  1. Burma – the new chair of ASEAN – is anti-Islam and anti-Muslims.
  2. It is openly killing Myanmar Muslims and Rohingyas in Rakhine.
  3. It has done numerous Anti-Muslim Riots in other parts of Myanmar.
  4. It’s people are openly against Islam.
  5. All the insults and attacks are public.
  6. In ASEAN, there are three predominantly Muslim countries. One of them, Indonesia, is the largest Muslim country in the world (in term of population)
  7. Malaysia and Brunei are Muslim dominant ASEANs.
  8. In other ASEAN countries such as Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines also have significant Muslim populations.

Should Burma as an Islamophobic, racist and openly anti-Muslim country be allowed to chair ASEAN?

I don’t think so!

Sent from my anonymous friend

Please read this: Persecution of Muslims in Burma in Wikipedia

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Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan’s son Shah Shuja murdered in Burma’s Arakan (in English and Burmese)

January 7, 2011

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The Cambridge History of India : Shah Shuja in Arakan

Shah Shuja the second son of the Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan. In 1639, Shah Shuja the second son of the Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan, was designated deputy of the king of Bengal. The struggle for succession between the sons began immediately. Aurangzeb won, dethroned his father in 1658 and declared himself emperor. Shah Shuja continued his fight but was finally defeated in 1660. Since he did not succeed in establishing his rule in Bengal, he fled, together with his family and bodyguards, from Dacca to Chittagong.

Sandathudama, king of Arakan Burma(1652-1687) granted him permission to continue to Mrohaung on condition that his followers surrender their weapons. He arrived there on August 26, 1660, was welcomed by the king and given a dwelling near the town. There are various versions of the events describing what happened in Arakan at that time.

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