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Rohingyas are not Regarded as Human Beings in Myanmar

One man was shot dead in front of his home.

Rohingya people under guard by Myanmar officials
Rohingya people under guard by Myanmar officials.
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(LONDON) - On 20th October, 2012, at 9:00 p.m., a group of Nasaka from Pa-Nyaung Pin Gyi (Daung Kharli) Nasaka camp, Maungdaw south, entered Gawdu Tha Yah village tract, Naw Yah Fara, Maungdaw south, and chased three Rohingya youths to arrest. These Rohingyas were walking about in the village road since the Section-144 effects from 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.

But, from the point of Nasaka, the time does not matter at all if it is related to Rohingyas. Fortunate to these three Rohingyas, they were able to escape from the arrest by running away.

This Nasaka group intentionally and falsely informed the Sector 7 Commander after the hour effect of Section-144 (which was after 10:00 p.m.) that all the villagers attempted to do something wrong to them.

The Sector Commander sent another group of Nasaka to join the first group. When both groups were in place, they angrily surrounded the village.

At 12:00 a.m., Nasaka knocked down the gate of a Rohingya house.

No sooner did the owner open the gate than Nasaka fired two bullets at the owner directly and he died on the spot.

In addition to this, Nasaka arrested three of his own sons and one son-in-law. The dead person is identified as: U Abdul Hakim (F) U Inneah Amin, 72 years. The arrestees are:

1.       Abdul Aziz (F) U Abdul Hakim                                             25 years

2.       Abdul Hamid (F) U Abdul Hakim                                        18 years

3.       Mohammed Roshid (F) U Abdul Hakim                          15 years

4.       Mohammed Rofique, son-in-law of U Abdul Hakim 35 years

Moreover, two houses, one opposite and another adjacent to this house, were raided continuously and arrested five more Rohingyas. They are:

1.       Roshid Ahmed (F) U Esark                                      30 years

2.       Eliyas (F) U Abu Tahayr                                          15 years

3.       Noor Kobir (F) U Abu Tahayr                                     ?

4.       Aman Ullah (F) U Abdu Shukkur                              22 years

5.       Salim Ullah (F) U Fozol                                           ?

All the nine arrestees were brought to and detained in their camp while the shot corpse was animally thrown in the paddy field. Nasaka guarded the corpse till 2:00pm of today (21st October, 2012) and handed over the corpse to Maungdaw General Hospital while the arrestees were handed over to Myanmar Police Force (Maungdaw Station). Nasaka told the remaining family members that the corpse will be given back in the evening of today. Up to this reporting time (7:00pm), the corpse has not been handed over to family for bury.

Hereby, it can be evaluated that the dead figure of Rakhine violence (78 persons only) announced by Myanmar Central Government is constant, theoretical and un-updateable how-much-ever more dead cases occur.

All these information were gathered from a close relative of the dead Rohingya.



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Zafar October 22, 2012 3:01 pm (Pacific time)

Well now that zero the hero Aung Sang Su Kyii has shown her true colors....

zaw October 22, 2012 8:43 am (Pacific time)

So salem news is just a one sided news channel for muslims. Please change a new name like Allah news or Islam news.

We rally  for all oppressed people, we are pro-minority rights.  Every day we report about the negative actions of Muslims in Pakistan.  We report about the ethnic cleansing of Hindus and Christians in Sri Lanka, figure it out zaw, please.

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