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Showing posts with label Aye Ne Win. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Aye Ne Win. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

The battle of The Hague

GLOBE
LINES OF THOUGHT ACROSS SOUTHEAST ASIA
Andrew Haffner
December 12, 2019

As Myanmar's de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi takes the unprecedented step of defending her nation on charges of genocide in front of the International Court of Justice, Rohingya Muslims watch on with fear and trepidation using mobiles phones from refugee camps in Bangladesh 


WHY WE WROTE THIS: Because questions remain over how and when the perpetrators of mass violence in Myanmar will ever be held to justice
Myanmar's State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi attending the start of a three-day hearing on the Rohingya genocide case before the ICJ at the Peace Palace in The Hague. Photo: Frank Van Beek/UN Photo/ICJ/AFP

As the sun sets over Jamtoli refugee camp in southern Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar, several men are still out on a hilltop in search of phone signal. Some were squatting, others standing, but all were looking down at screens in their hands watching a court case unfolding 7,500km away. They might not be legal experts, but each already had an intimate knowledge of the case.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Stopping Genocide – OpEd

eurasiareview
 

Displaced Rohingya people in Rakhine State, Burma. Photo Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Wikipedia Commons.


I have repeatedly said that genocide never happens suddenly. It’s planned over a long period of time by perpetrators that require support top-down so that it becomes a national project to eliminate the targeted group. Such sinister initiative requires the support from evil intellectuals (the likes of Julius Streicher of the Nazi campaign in Germany) and financiers who must propagate with their intellects and finances to create enthusiasm within the larger executing community.

The Rohingya Activists Facing Abduction Threats from Myanmar for Fighting for the

9 December 2019
With Aung San Suu Kyi due to appear at the UN’s highest court tomorrow to face questions over Myanmar’s persecution of its Rohingya Muslims, Tasnim Nazeer explores why the international community must stand up against its intimidation of those fighting for justice. 
 
 
Two leading Buddhist activists of the Rohingya campaign in Europe are fearing for their lives after calls for their abduction were circulated in a video message by Aye Ne Win, the grandson of the former dictator of Myanmar.

Monday, December 2, 2019

Key Rohingya Campaigners Face Abduction Threats

FARS NEWS AGENCY
Sun Dec 01, 2019
TEHRAN (FNA)- Two leading figures of the Rohingya campaign in Europe are fearing for their lives after calls for their abduction were circulated in a racist video message.

London-based Maung Zarni and Germany-based Nay San Lwin said they were targeted by Aye Ne Win, a businessman who allegedly financed the genocide against the ethnic group in Myanmar, Anadolu news agency reported.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Key Rohingya campaigners face abduction threats

AA
Sorwar Alam |
30.11.2019
Rohingya campaigners Nay San Lwin and Maung Zarni

Two leading figures of the Rohingya campaign in Europe are fearing for their lives after calls for their abduction were circulated in a racist video message.

London-based Maung Zarni and Germany-based Nay San Lwin said they were targeted by Aye Ne Win, a businessman who allegedly financed the genocide against the ethnic group in Myanmar.

In a video circulated on social media, Win urged Myanmar's intelligence service to launch an Israel-style operation to kidnap the two activists.

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Key Rohingya campaigners face abduction threats

AA
Sorwar Alam
ANKARA
30.11.2019 
 
2 Myanmar Buddhist and leading Rohingya campaigners in Europe claim they face threats from Myanmar
 

Two leading figures of the Rohingya campaign in Europe are fearing for their lives after calls for their abduction were circulated in a racist video message.

London-based Maung Zarni and Germany-based Nay San Lwin said they were targeted by Aye Ne Win, a businessman who allegedly financed the genocide against the ethnic group in Myanmar.

In a video circulated on social media, Win urged Myanmar's intelligence service to launch an Israel-style operation to kidnap the two activists.

Friday, November 29, 2019

KIDNAP DR. ZARNI AND NAY SAN LWIN

Crd: Social Media
November 29'2019

! Myanmar is already in the dock for crimes of deportation at the ICC. Now the grandson of Burma's dictator is proposing violent crimes of abduction. When will they learn? See this interview broadcast 24 November.

Nay San Lwin Facebook