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Press TV: 'Arakan Rohingya Union bitterly divided'Salem-News.com
As they battle for the cause of their people still in Myanmar, those leading this fight in the ARU have reached an impasse over the actions of the group's leader, Dr. Wakar Uddin.
(SAN FRANCISCO) - Salem-News.com news editor, Tim King, is now writing as a weekly columnist for Press TV. His second article examines the plight of the Rohingya Muslims in Burma who have been suffering rampant human rights abuse and ethnic cleansing. The Buddhist efforts to wipe out the Rohingyas has been compared to the Bosnian Genocide.
Violence toward Rohingyas in Myanmar sparked by the alleged rape and murder of a Buddhist woman in June 2012, has continued steadily over the last year.
This is a very bad time for the main group that represents the Rohingya people, the ARU (Arakan Rohingya Union), to find itself bitterly, even irreversibly divided, but that is what is taking place.
Now as they battle for the cause of their people still in Myanmar, those leading this fight in the ARU have reached an impasse over the actions of the group's leader, Dr. Wakar Uddin.
Read the article on PressTV here
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