Wednesday, 08 July 2015

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Millions of Muslims from home and abroad raised their hands together seeking world peace, forgiveness and blessings for mankind, especially for the Muslim Ummah Ijtama ground overview in 2015 Rohingya activist and BROUK President Tun Khin receiving Richard C Holbrook Leadership Award Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan delivering speech to the audience Audience​ ​of  RI Anniversary Dinner ​ Sabatucci in the event of EU film festival Australia Rohingya demonstrates for floating and stranded boatpeople in sea at Townhall in Sydney Australia Rohingya demonstrates for floating and stranded boatpeople in sea at King George Squire,Brisbane,Queensland Australia Rohingya demonstrates for floating and stranded boatpeople in sea at King George Squire,Brisbane,Queensland INGOs joined to welcome receive the rescued boatpeople in Aley Than Kyaw 727 boat people load in a boat near leik Island in the Andaman Sea on May 31, 2015. A Burmese military officer gestures from a navy ship towards a boat packed with 727 migrants, off Leik Island in the Andaman Sea May 31, 2015

Millions of Muslims from home and abroad raised their hands together seeking world peace, forgiveness and blessings for mankind, especially for the Muslim Ummah

Ijtama ground overview in 2015

Rohingya activist and BROUK President Tun Khin receiving Richard C Holbrook Leadership Award

Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan delivering speech to the audience

Audience​ ​of RI Anniversary Dinner ​

Sabatucci in the event of EU film festival

Australia Rohingya demonstrates for floating and stranded boatpeople in sea at Townhall in Sydney

Australia Rohingya demonstrates for floating and stranded boatpeople in sea at King George Squire,Brisbane,Queensland

Australia Rohingya demonstrates for floating and stranded boatpeople in sea at King George Squire,Brisbane,Queensland

INGOs joined to welcome receive the rescued boatpeople in Aley Than Kyaw

727 boat people load in a boat near leik Island in the Andaman Sea on May 31, 2015.

A Burmese military officer gestures from a navy ship towards a boat packed with 727 migrants, off Leik Island in the Andaman Sea May 31, 2015

Commentary

Disguise candidate

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Rohingyas return white cards to authority

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By Fayas Ahmed On February 11, 2015, President Thein Sein announced that all temporary Registration Certificates (TRCs) known as ‘white cards’ would expire on March 31, and had to be returned...

ROHINGYA: People who belong nowhere

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Rohingyas are full citizens of Myanmar

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Feature

Maung Maung Ohn lies about the Rohingya people

05 July 2015

By Dr. Habib SiddiquiThe Outlook India magazine has recently conducted an interview of General Maung Maung Ohn, the chief minister of the Rakhine state of Myanmar.  In that he shared...

US policy on Rohingya issue

04 July 2015

By Aman Ullah“I think one of the most important things is to put an end to discrimination against people because of what they look like or what their faith is....

Rohingya and Responsibility to protection

02 July 2015

By Aman Ullah“The Rohingya have been subject to stigmatisation, harassment, isolation, and systematic weakening. The Rohingya are faced with only two options: stay and face annihilation, or flee” : Professor...

Burmese Genocide Policies against the Rohingyas

23 June 2015

By Aman Ullah“Genocides are like a garden in spring time. They come in different forms, shapes, smells, on different terrains, under different climates, on different soils.”   Dr. Maung Zarni

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The head of the Township Administration Office (TAO), formerly known as the Township Peace and Development Council (TPDC), U Aung Kyaw Oo, recently ordered the ward administration officer of Maungdaw town to provide him Kyat 2 million per month by any means, said one of the village Administration officer who declined to be named.

“In Maungdaw Town, there are six wards and one village tract named Myoma Kayan Dan (Shikdar Para). It has four Rakhine administration officers and three Rohingya administration officers, including one village tract administration officer. The ward numbers 1, 3, 4 and 6 have Rakhine administration officers, and ward numbers 2 and 5 and the village tract have Rohingya administration officers.”

“As a result, the TAO officer Aung Kyaw Oo has to receive Kyat 14 million from the ward administration officers per month. Therefore, the ward administration officers must extract money from town dwellers by any means to fulfill the demand of the TAO officer; otherwise, their positions will be sacked.”

A local teacher said, “To get money, the ward Administration officers harass the town dwellers by giving arbitrary allegations and extorting money so that the discrimination can increase against the dwellers. This situation is created by the TAO officer U Aung Kyaw Oo.”

Additionally, the TAO officer has been disturbing one town dweller named Mohamed Shah. He has two daughters, and the said officer has gone to his house to disturb his daughters. Mohamed Shah has no strength to stop him. So, Mohamed Shah went to Aley Than Kya village, 12 miles south of Maungdaw Town, after selling his home and land to give protection to his daughters, said a close relative of Mohamed Shah.

Although Mohamed Shah has moved to Aley Than Kyaw village, the TAO officer travels to that village by car and continues to disturb his daughters.

Though Mohamed Shah raised this matter with the concerned authorities, there has yet to be any action taken against Aung Kyaw Oo.

Maungdaw Town has become a lawless place, with the authorities doing as they wish against the Rohingya community, said a local elder from Maungdaw town on condition of anonymity.