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Showing posts with label Ethnic cleansing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ethnic cleansing. Show all posts

Monday, July 8, 2019

‘Our Duty to Fight’: The Rise of Militant Buddhism

The New York Times
By Hannah Beech
Article
July 8, 2019

A call to arms for Sri Lankan monks. Ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya in Myanmar. A Buddhist faith known for pacifism is taking its place in a new age of nationalism.

Thousands of Buddhists listening to Sitagu Sayadaw, one of Myanmar’s most revered Buddhist leaders, also known by his monastic name Ashin Nyanissara, in Paleik, Myanmar, in November 2017.CreditCreditMinzayar Oo for The New York Times

GINTOTA, Sri Lanka — The Buddhist abbot was sitting cross-legged in his monastery, fulminating against the evils of Islam, when the petrol bomb exploded within earshot.

But the abbot, the Venerable Ambalangoda Sumedhananda Thero, barely registered the blast. Waving away the mosquitoes swarming the night air in the southern Sri Lankan town of Gintota, he continued his tirade: Muslims were violent, he said, Muslims were rapacious.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Myanmar should allow Rohingyas to return: Hasina.


Khaleej Times
By Anjana Sankar /Abu Dhabi, February 19, 2019


(Agencies)

More than 700,000 Rohingya refugees crossed over to Bangladesh in 2017.

Visiting Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that Myanmar should take the responsibility and allow the Rohingya refugees to return as they are their citizens.

"We already have signed an agreement with the Myanmar government and they agreed to take them back. Unfortunately it did not happen. We could not implement it," said Hasina in an interview with Khaleej Times on Tuesday.

Friday, February 1, 2019

Jailed Reuters reporters to launch last appeal to Myanmar court.



By AFP
1 February 2019


                    Myanmar police officer Moe Yan Naing was sentenced to a year in jail after giving testimony in support of two journalists

Lawyers for two Reuters journalists jailed for seven years in Myanmar on charges linked to their reporting of the Rohingya crisis are set Friday to lodge an appeal with the Supreme Court -- a last chance of a reprieve through the legal system.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

( 24.11.206 ) Myanmar wants ethnic cleansing of Rohingya - UN official ( BBC News) Video


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24 November 2016

Myanmar is seeking the ethnic cleansing of the Muslim Rohingya minority from its territory, a senior UN official has told the BBC.

Armed forces have been killing Rohingya in Rakhine state, forcing many to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh, says John McKissick of the UN refugee agency.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

( 20.11.2016 ) Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

Published : 19 Nov 2016,
Letter

Recently Myanmar army has reportedly carried out a planned ethnic cleansing in its Arakan province against the ethnic minority, Rohingyas following a riot. The media reported that 160 people were killed and 16 thousand Rohingyas were displaced and many are stranded in Bangladesh-Myanmar border. The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) intercepted the fleeing Rohingyas and stopped them from crossing into our border. Many Rohingyas were pushed back to Myanmar.