" ယူနီကုတ်နှင့် ဖော်ဂျီ ဖောင့် နှစ်မျိုး စလုံး ဖတ်နိုင်အောင်( ၂၁-၀၂-၂၀၂၂ ) မှစ၍ဖတ်ရှုနိုင်ပါပြီ။ (  Microsoft Chrome ကို အသုံးပြုပါ ) "
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Showing posts with label Nay San Lwin. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Facebook's 'Double Standard' On Hate Speech Against Russians

Market Screener
03/21/2022



Meta's decision to allow hate speech against Russians is troubling and can impact other conflict areas, say experts


Facebook's decision to allow hate speech against Russians due to the war in Ukraine breaks its own rules on incitement, and shows a "double standard" that could hurt users caught in other conflicts, digital rights experts and activists said.

Facebook owner Meta Platforms will temporarily allow Facebook and Instagram users in some countries to call for violence against Russians and Russian soldiers in the context of the Ukraine invasion, Reuters reported last week.

It will also allow praise for a right-wing battalion "strictly in the context of defending Ukraine", in a decision that experts say demonstrates the platform's bias.

The move represents a "glaring" double standard when set against Meta's failure to curb hate speech in other war zones, said Marwa Fatafta at digital rights group Access Now.

Thursday, March 3, 2022

"အာဏာသိမ်းစစ်တပ်က ရိုဟင်ဂျာတွေအတွက်ပဲ ဆိုးသွမ်း နေတာမဟုတ်ဘူး" - DVB Interview

DVB TV News

03-03-2022

"အာဏာသိမ်းစစ်တပ်က ကျွန်တော်တို့ ရိုဟင်ဂျာတွေအတွက်ပဲ ဆိုးသွမ်းနေတာမဟုတ်ဘူး။ တစ်နိုင်ငံလုံးအတိုင်း အတာနဲ့ဘယ်လောက် ရက်ရက်စက်စက်လုပ်နေသလဲဆိုတာအားလုံးအသိပဲ။ တရားရုံးမှာ လူမျိုးတုံးသတ်ဖြတ် မှု ကျူးလွန်တယ်ဆိုတာကို ဂမ်ဘီယာနိုင်ငံ ဘက်ကလျှောက်လဲချက်တွေကအားရ ဖို့ ကောင်းတယ်။နောက်တစ်လ ခွဲ့ နှစ်လဝန်းကျင်မှာတော့ အိုင်စီဂျေတရားရုံးက ဒီအမှုကို ဆက်လက်စီစစ်ဖို့ အ မိန့် ချလာလိမ့်မယ်လို့မျှော်လင့် ပါ တယ်"
- ကိုနေဆန်းလွင်
ရိုဟင်ဂျာလွတ်မြောက်ရေးညွန့်ပေါင်းအဖွဲ့

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Sanctions Won't Hurt Myanmar's Brutal Leaders, Activists Say. Here's What Could

TIME
CHAD DE GUZMAN
FEBRUARY 1, 2022 

Protesters hold banners and shout slogans while marching past Myanmar military soldiers who arrived to guard the Central Bank overnight on Feb. 15, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. The U.S. Embassy in Myanmar told Americans in Myanmar to "shelter in place" in an announcement after military movements and reports of possible interruptions to telecoms. Armored vehicles were seen on the streets of Myanmar's capital, but protesters turned out in force despite the military presence. Hkun Lat—Getty Images

The U.S. imposed new sanctions on senior leaders of Myanmar’s military junta on Monday—the eve of the one-year anniversary of their overthrow of the country’s democratically elected government and imprisonment of its leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.

The U.S., joined by the U.K., and Canada, announced sanctions on officials who helped prosecute Aung San Suu Kyi, the head of the National League for Democracy. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate was arrested in the Feb. 1, 2021 coup. Myanmar courts have sentenced her to a total of six years in prison as of Jan. 10—but she faces additional charges.

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

UN Calls for Investigation After Dozens Massacred in Myanmar

TRT World
27 Dec 2021

The United Nations is calling for a thorough and transparent investigation into the massacre of at least 35 people, including women and children, in Myanmar's eastern Kayah state. The incident, that's reported to have taken place on December 24, came to the world's attention after photos taken by the Karen Human Rights Group showed bodies on the backs of trucks, burnt beyond recognition. While Myanmar's military stands accused of another mass killing, the country's state media is reporting that the army had shot and killed terrorists. International condemnations are in order, but are these enough to change the reality on the ground? 
 
Guests: 
 
Maung Zarni
 Adviser to Genocide Watch 
 
Nay San Lwin 
Co-founder of the Free Rohingya Coalition 
 
Htwe Htwe Thein 
Associate Professor at Curtin University 
 
 
Link: Here

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Rohingya lawsuit against Facebook a 'wake-up call' for social media

Eco-Bussiness
Thomson Reuters Foundation
Dec. 14, 2021


Will the landmark suit, which argues that the spread of hate speech on the platform facilitated the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, be a turning point for Big Tech?

Rohingya refugees sit on a makeshift boat as they are interrogated by the Border Guard Bangladesh after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border, at Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh November 9, 2017. Image: REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar/File Photo

A landmark lawsuit by Rohingya refugees against Meta Platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook, is a “wake-up call” for social media firms and a test case for courts to limit their immunity, human rights and legal experts said.


The $150 billion class-action complaint, filed in California on Monday by law firms Edelson PC and Fields PLLC, argues that Facebook’s failure to police content and its platform’s design contributed to violence against the Rohingya community.

British lawyers also submitted a letter of notice to Facebook’s London office.

Rohingya lawsuit ‘wake-up call’ for social media

GULF TIMES
Rina Chandran and Avi Asher
Schapiro/Bangkok/Los Angeles
December 14 2021

FINDINGS: United Nations human rights investigators said in 2018 that the use of Facebook had played a key role in spreading hate speech that fuelled the violence against the Rohingya 
 
A landmark lawsuit by Rohingya refugees against Meta Platforms Inc, formerly known as Facebook, is a “wake-up call” for social media firms and a test case for courts to limit their immunity, human rights and legal experts said.

The $150bn class-action complaint, filed in California last Monday by law firms Edelson PC and Fields PLLC, argues that Facebook’s failure to police content and its platform’s design contributed to violence against the Rohingya community.

Friday, November 26, 2021

ကုလသမဂၢတရား႐ုံး ICJ ၾကားျဖတ္အမိန႔္ကို ေဖာက္ဖ်က္၍ စစ္ေကာင္စီက ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာမ်ား ခရီးသြားလာခြင့္ပိတ္ပင္ေသာ အမိန႔္ခ်မွတ္

ရန္ကုန္ေခတ္သစ္မီဒီယာ
ရန္ကုန္၊ နိုဝင္ဘာ ၂၆ 


အျပည္ျပည္ဆိုင္ရာတရား႐ုံး (ICJ)က ျမန္မာနိုင္ငံကို ၾကားျဖတ္စီမံဆုံး ျဖတ္ခ်က္ မ်ား ခ်မွတ္ထားေသာ္လည္း အၾကမ္းဖက္ စစ္ေကာင္စီက လိုက္နာျခင္းမရွိဘဲ ေဖာက္ဖ်က္က်ဴးလြန္ကာ ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာမ်ားကို ခရီးသြားလာခြင့္ ပိတ္ပင္ေသာ အမိန႔္ကို နိုဝင္ဘာလ ၂၅ ရက္ေန႔ ရက္စြဲျဖင့္ အေထြေထြ အုပ္ခ်ဳပ္ေရးဦးစီးဌာနမ်ားက ထုတ္ျပန္ ေၾကာင္း ေၾကညာသည္။ 


ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာ လူမ်ိဳးတခ်ိဳ႕သည္ ခြင့္ျပဳခ်က္ တစ္စုံတစ္ရာမရွိဘဲ ၿမိဳ႕နယ္၊ ခရိုင္၊ ျပည္နယ္၊ တိုင္း ေက်ာ္လြန္၍ ခရီး သြားလာေနျခင္း ခရီးသြားလာရာတြင္ ခရီး သြားလာခြင့္ ပုံစံ ၄ ယူေဆာင္ရန္ ပ်က္ကြက္ေနျခင္းမ်ားေၾကာင့္ ၿမိဳ႕ နယ္ လုံျခဳံေရးႏွင့္ တရားဥပေဒ စိုးမိုးေရးကို ထိခိုက္ေစနိုင္ေၾကာင္း၊ ဥပေဒႏွင့္အညီ ခြင့္ျပဳခ်က္ ရယူရန္ လို အပ္သည့္ ရိုဟင္ဂ်ာ လူမ်ိဳးမ်ား အေနျဖင့္ တရားဝင္ ခြင့္ျပဳခ်က္ ပုံစံ ၄ ရယူၿပီးမွသာ ခရီးသြားလာၾကရန္ ထုတ္ ၿပန္ထားသည္။

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Why Is the World Ignoring Repatriation of Rohingya Refugees?

THE I DIPLOMAT
By Asif Muztaba Hassan
October 25, 2021


Refugee camps in Bangladesh have become a source of business for vested interests.

The Rohingya refugee crisis, which entered its fifth year in August, is showing no signs of winding down. Repatriation of refugees is nowhere in sight, even as management of the large number of refugees that Bangladesh is hosting is getting increasingly complex for its government.

On September 29, Mohibullah, an influential Rohingya community leader, was assassinated by unidentified men near his office in Lambasia in the Kutupalong camp, just a few hundred feet away from two police stations.

Monday, June 21, 2021

Rohingya in Bangladesh frustrated with lack of formal education

YeniSafak
June 21, 2021
File Photo

Amid mounting frustration, Rohingya rights groups and experts have called on the Bangladesh government to provide refugees with formal education, which is essential for their reintegration and repatriation to Myanmar.

Sunday, June 20, 2021

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Myanmar’s anti-junta protesters go online to support Rohingya

DAWN
AFP
June 14, 2021


YANGON: Anti-junta protesters flooded Myanmar’s social media with pictures of themselves wearing black on Sunday in a show of solidarity with the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Since the military ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power in a February 1 coup, an anti-junta movement demanding a return to democracy has grown to include fighting for ethnic minority rights.

Anti-junta protesters in Myanmar show support for Rohingya

TRT
14.06.2021

The mostly Muslim Rohingya - long viewed as interlopers from Bangladesh by many in Myanmar - have for decades been denied citizenship, rights, access to services and freedom of movement.
Myanmar has been rocked by mass protest since the military ousted civilian leader Aung Sang Suu Kyi in February 2021. (AFP)

Anti-junta protesters have flooded Myanmar's social media with pictures of themselves wearing black in a show of solidarity for the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Activists and civilians took to social media on Sunday to post pictures of themselves wearing black and flashing a three-finger salute of resistance, in posts tagged "#Black4Rohingya".

Monday, June 14, 2021

Myanmar’s pro-Rohingya social media campaign gathers mass support

Aljazeera
14 Jun 2021


Since the military coup, an anti-military movement demanding a return to democracy has grown to include fighting for ethnic minority rights.
In 2017, a bloody military campaign in Myanmar's west sent about 740,000 Rohingya fleeing across the border into Bangladesh carrying accounts of rape, mass killings and arson [File: Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters]

Hundreds of thousands of Myanmar’s anti-military government protesters have flooded social media with pictures of themselves wearing black in a show of solidarity with the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Since the military overthrew civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power in a February 1 coup, an anti-military movement demanding a return to democracy has grown to include fighting for ethnic minority rights.

World renews call for Spring Revolution, #Black4Rohingya solidarity

COCONUTS YANGON
By Nay Paing
Jun 14, 2021


Over the weekend, protestors around the world rallied in 48 cities across 25 countries including Myanmar demanding the international community take concrete action against the military junta. Myanmar’s pro-democracy movement also demonstrated their solidarity with the Rohingya with the viral #BlackforRohingya digital campaign.

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Myanmar's anti-junta movement shows viral support for Rohingya

France24
Yangon (AFP)
13/06/2021
Myanmar has been rocked by mass protest since the military ousted civilian leader Aung Sang Suu Kyi in February STR AFP

Anti-junta protesters flooded Myanmar's social media with pictures of themselves wearing black Sunday in a show of solidarity for the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Since the military ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power in a February 1 coup, an anti-junta movement demanding a return to democracy has grown to include fighting for ethnic minority rights.

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Rohingya Citizenship: Myanmar’s NUG to draft new charter to ensure it

The Daily Star
June 05, 2021

In a significant development, Myanmar's National Unity Government has announced drafting a new constitution and committed to ensuring citizenship and fundamental rights of all ethnic groups, including the Rohingyas.

It also pledged to repatriate Rohingyas from Bangladesh and other neighbouring countries, revoke the controversial 1982 Citizenship Law and National Verification Card, and invite them to join the shadow government in overthrowing the military junta.

"We invite Rohingyas to join hands with us and with others to participate in this Spring Revolution against military dictatorship in all possible ways," said a statement by the National Unity Government (NUG) Thursday.

The NUG, Myanmar's shadow government in exile, was formed by the ousted parliamentarians of National League of Democracy (NLD) in early April, more than two months after the military took control of the Southeast Asian country, alleging gross anomalies in the November 2020 elections. The NLD had won the election and was in the process of forming a government.

Sunday, May 9, 2021

Myanmar anti-coup cage fighter arrested as protests continue

Aljazeera
7 May 2021

Warrantless arrests reported across the country as military struggles to assert control amid defiant protest and mounting death toll.
The death toll from the military crackdown since the beginning of the coup in Myanmar has already reached 772, while 3,738 are currently detained or have been sentenced [File: Stringer/Reuters]

A popular mixed martial arts fighter who joined anti-coup protests in Myanmar has been wounded by a homemade bomb and later arrested following an alleged blast – among many others in at least three cities – as the military government struggles to assert control of the country amid a mounting death toll and defiant protests.

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

MALAYSIA KENA KECAM FOR MEETING OFFICIALS IN MYANMAR. BUT WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL?

Cil!sos
Badd
Posted on 13/04/2021

When it comes to foreign relations, Malaysia seems to be throwing itself into drama a lot recently. There’s that crapstorm when our Foreign Minister Hishamuddin Hussein allegedly referred to China as ‘big brother’ earlier this month, although he had later clarified that he was referring to China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi personally. While that whole drama was going on, another sorta faux pas had happened right after that, and it kind of flew under the radar.

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Myanmar’s military junta uses explosives against protesters

LA PRENSA
LATINA MEDIA
April 9, 2021

Bangkok, Apr 9 (EFE).- Myanmar’s security forces on Friday launched explosive devices against anti-coup protesters in the city of Bago, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) north of Yangon, amid continued condemnation by the international community against the repression.

A resident told online news portal Myanmar Now that, since early morning, the security forces have been firing with heavy weapons at a group of protesters after at least two people died in the city the previous day as a result of repression by the authorities.

The news website also published a series of photographs showing a projectile, which could be a piece of mortar.
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