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Thank you, Thai Authorities!

A credible, independent investigation into the alleged January massacre of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine state is needed.

Rohingya Muslims
irrawaddy.org

(JEDDAH Burma Times) - Rohingyas from Arakan, Myanmaar used to escape and flee to neighboring countries because they are/were not safe in their homes and land. They are still facing several kinds of atrocities not only in own land but also in other countries.

In home land travel restrictions, forced labor and limited access of healthcare, restriction in education and marriage, religious freedom was banned, all the Mosques and religious schools were closed and still locked. No Burmese politicians were interested in their issues as to grant them basic human rights.

President Thein Sein said in his interview, “We will send them away if any third country would accept them.” Similarly Suu Kyi, the opposition leader and 1994 noble peace prize winner also is not interesting at all.

When Rohingya refuge to other countries then they feel as “they are free from fear and saved”. Before Thai authorities were selling Rohingya slaves to the traffickers then to the companies, now again pushing back into the mouth of the “CROCODILE” traffickers then to the companies, now again pushing back into the mouth of “CROCODILE”.

http://burmatimes.net/thank-you-thai-authorities/

INTERVIEW – Independent inquiry into alleged Muslim massacre needed in Myanmar – U.N. envoy

BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation)  Burma Times – A credible, independent investigation led by national and international experts into the alleged January massacre of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine state is needed to break the cycle of impunity that has plagued the country for decades, a United Nations human rights envoy said.

Lack of accountability in the Southeast Asian nation is a “historical problem”, Tomas Ojea Quintana, U.N. special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, said after his last official mission to the country as his six-year mandate draws to a close.

http://burmatimes.net/interview-independent-inquiry-into-alleged-muslim-massacre-needed-in-myanmar-u-n-envoy/


www.burmatimes.net

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