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Showing posts with label Rohingya. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rohingya. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Rohingya Repatriation To Be On Agenda During Bangladesh PM's India Visit

NDTV
All IndiaAsian News International
June 29, 2022


PM Sheikh Hasina will raise the issue of problems arising from the illegal migration of Rohingyas to Bangladesh from Myanmar. 

Dhaka:Repatriation of Rohingyas are likely to figure on the agenda of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during her upcoming visit to India, scheduled in September this year.

Bangladesh Foreign Secretary, Masud Bin Momen in an exclusive interview with ANI said that PM Hasina, who will arrive in India on a bilateral visit on the invitation of PM Narendra Modi, will raise the issue of problems arising from the illegal migration of Rohingyas to Bangladesh from Myanmar, like the growth of radicalization, drug trafficking, as well as, human trafficking of women and children.

Bangladesh to raise Rohingya issue during PM’s India visit

PRESS XPRESS
June 29, 2022

The issue of repatriation of Rohingya refugees is to be on the agenda during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s upcoming visit to India. This information was given by the Indian news agency ANI in a report today (on June 29). PM Hasina is scheduled to visit the neighbouring country in early September this year.

According to the report, Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen said in an exclusive interview with ANI that PM Sheikh Hasina will pay an official visit to India at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. There, she will raise various issues arising out of the illegal migration of Rohingyas from Myanmar to Bangladesh. These include the rise of fundamentalism, drug trafficking and human trafficking including women and children. “The only possible solution for us is the repatriation of the Rohingya to Rakhine State (Myanmar),” said Momen. I am sure that when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, she will also raise the issue of how India can help us in this repatriation effort.

Friday, June 3, 2022

Will Rohingya repatriation ever happen?

The Daily Star
Bulbul Siddiqi
Tue Mar 29, 2022

After the inhuman ordeal that the displaced Rohingyas have suffered, they deserve a safe, dignified return to their homes in Myanmar, with their citizenship rights fully restored. File Photo: Reuters


"I can see my homeland when I gaze upon the distant hills from the top of a hill where I live in the refugee camp. I want to return to my home. Home is where I can breathe, and I can feel the smell of my country. You cannot call this a life; it's just surviving."


This is what a middle-aged Rohingya man, living at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, who crossed over to Bangladesh during the 2017 exodus of Rohingyas fleeing military persecution in Rakhine, Myanmar, said when I asked him how he was. It is easy enough to see the desperation of these displaced people to return to their homeland, as well as the frustration because they are not able to. Every time I visit the Rohingya refugee camp for my research, I come across people who have not yet given up hope of returning to their home in the Rakhine state. I even met a man who, having lived in a registered camp for 35 years, has not yet lost his hope to return to his homeland. He spent most of the golden time of his life struggling to survive in Bangladesh. He would be waiting till his death to return to Rakhine.

Why Are Rohingya Refugees Returning From India To Bangladesh?

THE I DIPLOMAT 

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
June 03, 2022

India’s plans to put them in detention centers before deporting them to Myanmar is driving the reverse exodus.

Over the past several years, Rohingya refugees have been apprehended on many occasions while crossing the border illicitly from Bangladesh to India. Last month, two batches were arrested in Assam and Tripura in India’s northeast. But their travel itinerary was different from the past.

This time around, their plan was to return to Bangladesh instead of settling in India.

Thursday, June 2, 2022

ရိုဟင်ဂျာ Rohingya ( မှတ်မှတ်သားသား )



ဦးနုက သူမဲရဖို့အတွက် ရို တွေကို တိုင်းရင်းသားဖြစ်ခွင့်ပေးခဲ့တယ်ဆိုတော့ , ဦးနုခေတ်က လွတ်လပ်တဲ့ ပါလီ မန် ဒီမိုကရေစီခေတ်ဖြစ်တယ် . ဆိုတော့ကာ ပါလီမန်မှာ ရို တွေကို တိုင်းရင်းသားပေးလို့ ကန့်ကွက်ခဲ့တဲ့ ရခိုင်နိုင်ငံရေးသမားတစ်ယောက်လောက်ဖြစ်ဖြစ် ရှိခဲ့ရင် သက်သေထုတ်ပေးပါ ...

နောက်တစ်ချက် , ဗိုလ်ချုပ်ရဲ့ တိုင်းပြု ပြည်ပြုလွှတ်တော်မှာလည်း ရိုတိုင်းရင်းသား အမတ်ပေါင်း 4 ယောက်ကို ထည့်သွင်းခဲ့လို့ ကန့်ကွက်ခဲ့တဲ့ ရခိုင်နိုင်ငံရေးသမားရှိခဲ့ရင် သက်သေထုတ်ပေးပါ ..

နောက်တစ်ချက် ရှမ်းလူမျိုး သမ္မတကြီးစဝ်ရွှေသိုက်က ရိုဟင်ဂျာတွေဟာ တိုင်းရင်းသားမဟုတ်ရင် တို့ရှမ်းတွေလည်း တိုင်းရင်းသားမဟုတ်ပါလို့ ကမ္ဘာသိပြောခဲ့တဲ့အချိန်က ကန့်ကွက်ခဲ့တဲ့ ရခိုင်နိုင်ငံရေးသမားတစ်ယောက်လောက်ဖြစ်ဖြစ်ရှိခဲ့ရင် သက်သေပြပေးပါ ..

Thursday, April 21, 2022

Bukit Aman: Police deploy helicopter to track down remaining Rohingya detainees

malay mail
Thursday, 21 Apr 2022 07:32 PM MYT

Bukit Aman Internal Security and Public Order Department director Datuk Seri Hazani Ghazali said the Royal Malaysia Police aircraft was today sent to the search area which has been expanded from time to time depending on police intelligence. — Picture by Firdaus Latif

KUALA LUMPUR, April 21 — The police have deployed an Air Operations Force (PGU) helicopter to track down the remaining Rohingya detainees who are still at large after escaping from the Sungai Bakap Immigration Detention Depot yesterday.

104 Rohingya detainees still on the loose: Hamzah

theSun
04- 21- 2022 10:40 PM 

                                Pix for representational purpose only. BERNAMApix 



SEPANG: A total of 104 Rohingya detainees are still at large after escaping from the Sungai Bakap Immigration Detention Depot yesterday, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Six killed as hundreds of Rohingya flee Malaysia detention

Aljazeera
20 Apr 2022

More than 500 escaped an immigration detention centre in the country’s north early on Wednesday, but some were killed as they tried to cross a highway.

Rohingya refugees, who escaped from a Malaysian Immigration detention centre on Wednesday, squat on the verge after being rearrested by police [Royal Malaysia Police via AFP]



Malaysia set up roadblocks and deployed the police, immigration and volunteer security services after more than 500 mostly Muslim Rohingya refugees fled a temporary immigration detention centre in the country’s north.

Monday, April 18, 2022

Bangladesh: Closing Rohingya Schools and Shops is Cruel Copy

Islamic City
Apr 17, 2022
By: Habib Siddiqui

“Bangladesh’s decision to close schools for Rohingya refugee children violates the right to education on a massive scale,” said Bill Van Esveld, associate children’s rights director at HRW. “This cruel decision should be immediately reversed so that Rohingya children can get an education, which will be especially critical for their return to Myanmar when it is safe to do so.” (photo: UNICEF/Lateef - 24 August 2020). 

Bangladesh hosts over 1.1 million Rohingyas who fled neighboring Myanmar during a genocidal campaign by the security forces in 2017. Most of them live in and around Kutupalong and Nayapara refugee camps in the Cox’s Bazar region - which have grown to become the largest and most densely populated camps in the world.

Why Delhi BJP blames Rohingya and illegal Bangladeshi immigrants for Jahangirpuri violence?

TIMES NOW
TN National Desk
Updated Apr 17, 2022

Delhi BJP leaders called the clashes during a Hanuman Jayanti procession in northwest Delhi’s Jahangirpuri a “conspiracy” and demanded a probe into the role of “illegal immigrants” in the incident. Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta and party MP Manoj Tiwari said the attack on the procession was not a spontaneous incident, but a conspiracy.
 
Clashes broke out between two communities during the procession in Jahangirpuri on Saturday

 
New Delhi : After communal clashes broke out in Delhi ’s Jahangirpuri on Saturday evening, the BJP has pinned the blame on illegal immigrants.

Calling the clashes during a Hanuman Jayanti procession in northwest Delhi’s Jahangirpuri a “conspiracy”, Delhi BJP leaders have demanded a probe into the role of “illegal immigrants” in the incident.

Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta and party MP Manoj Tiwari said the attack on the procession was “not a spontaneous incident, but a conspiracy”.

Sunday, April 17, 2022

Deportation of Rohingya woman from India sparks fear of renewed crackdown

THE GUARDIAN
Aakash Hassan
Thu 14 Apr 2022 

Hasina Begum was separated from her family and forced to return to Myanmar despite her refugee status. Hundreds of others now face expulsion  

Rohingya refugees at a makeshift camp on the outskirts of Jammu, India, last year. Photograph: Channi Anand/AP

The deportation of a Rohingya woman back to Myanmar has sparked fears that India is preparing to expel many more refugees from the country.


Hasina Begum, 37, was deported from Indian-administered Kashmir two weeks ago, despite holding a UN verification of her refugee status, intended to protect holders from arbitrary detention. Begum was among 170 refugees arrested and detained in Jammu in March last year. Her husband and three children, who also have UN refugee status, remain in Kashmir.

Saturday, April 9, 2022

Urge the British Government to recognise the persecution of the Rohingya as a genocide

Islamic Human Rights Commission
8 April 2022



Summary
 

The United States has officially recognised the persecution of the Rohingya as a genocide.

IHRC requests campaigners to write to the UK foreign minister Liz Truss, demanding that the UK formally recognises the Rohingya genocide too.

Background
 
The United States has officially recognised the persecution of the Rohingya as a genocide. The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken said at a holocaust memorial event last month:

“Today marks the eighth, because I’ve determined that members of the Burmese military committed genocide and crimes against humanity against Rohingya,”


In 2018 a UN fact finding mission released a report calling for call for the investigation and prosecution of Myanmar’s Commander-in-Chief, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, and his top military leaders for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

Police detain over 300 Rohingya for venturing outside Cox’s Bazar refugee camps

RFA
Radio Free Asia
By BenarNews
2022.04.05

Some of the Rohingya who were detained by police for leaving their refugee camps are seen at the Ukhia police station in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, April 5, 2022. Abdur Rahman/BenarNews


Bangladesh authorities were holding more than 300 Rohingya in transit camps after police caught them working outside their refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, or while leaving their shelters for other purposes, officials said Tuesday.

Human Rights Watch meanwhile renewed its call for the government to ease movement restrictions on Rohingya, saying that barring refugees from leaving the camps for work or shutting down their shops within the camps only compounds their misery.

US must follow up on Rohingya genocide declaration

ASIA TIME
Saqib Sheikh
April 7, 2022

The Biden administration should push for change on the ground rather than merely issuing statements  

Rohingya refugees gather at a market in Bangladesh’s Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on May 15, 2020. Photo: AFP

The recent announcement by US President Joe Biden’s administration affirming that the Myanmar military was guilty of a genocidal acts and crimes against humanity directed at the Rohingya was largely welcomed by the Rohingya stateless diaspora. 

Activists and analysts, though, have commented on how late this decision has been made, coming nearly five years after the military operation in 2017 that resulted in a mass exodus of the Rohingya from their ancestral homeland in Rakhine state to neighboring Bangladesh as well as other countries in the region. 

Monday, April 4, 2022

ရိုဟင်ဂျာအရေးအခင်းတွင် အောက်ခြေစစ်သားများကို ထင် ရာစိုင်းခွင့်ပေးခဲ့ဟု တပ်အရာရှိပြော

Maynmar Now
ဇော်ရဲသွေး / Myanmar Now
Apr 2, 2022


ရိုဟင်ဂျာနှိမ်နင်းရေး ခေါင်းစဉ်အောက်တွင် စစ်တပ်အကြီးအကဲများက အတိုင်းအဆမဲ့ အကြမ်းဖက်မှုမျိုးစုံ လုပ်ခွင့်ပေးခဲ့သည်ဟု ထောက်ပို့အရာရှိအဖြစ် တာဝန်ထမ်းဆောင်ခဲ့သူ တပ်အရာရှိက ပြောသည်။ရိုဟင်ဂျာအ ရေးအခင်းတွင် စစ်တပ်က အောက်ခြေစစ်သားများကို ထင်ရာစိုင်းခွင့်ပေးခဲ့သည်ဟု ရခိုင်ပြည်နယ်မြောက် ပိုင်း တွင် တာဝန်ကျနေရာမှ ယခုနှစ်ဆန်းပိုင်းတွင် ထွက်ပြေးလွတ်မြောက်လာသူ ဗိုလ်ကြီးတစ်ဦးက ထုတ်ဖော်ပြော ကြားသည်။

Thursday, March 24, 2022

The US has declared a Rohingya genocide. Does it matter?

RFA
Radio Free Asia
Commentary by Zachary Abuza
2022.03.23

The determination has no immediate legal impact, but it has important implications, Zachary Abuza says.

Unidentified men carry knives and slingshots as they walk past a burning house in Gawdu Tharya village near Maungdaw in Rakhine state in northern Myanmar, Sept. 7, 2017.AFP

On 21 March 2022, U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken made a formal determination that Myanmars military committed genocide against the Rohingya population in 2017. He described the attacks as “widespread and systematic”, “with a clear and premeditated intention to destroy the Rohingya population.” This went beyond the U.S. government’s previous findings that the military had committed ethnic cleansing in the process of driving over 740,000 Rohingya across the border into neighboring Bangladesh.

 

India, China and the Rohingya issue

ASIA TIMES
by Pema Tseten
March 24, 2018 

Rohingya refugees stretch their hands to receive aid distributed by local organizations at Balukhali makeshift refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, September 14, 2017. Photo: Reuters/Danish Siddiqui

Myanmar occupies a pivotal position in India’s strategic calculus as New Delhi establishes a connection with Southeast Asia through its “Look East” or “Act East” policy. The region has received the highest level of patronage under different Indian administrations. This was  intensified under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his “Neighborhood First” policy with an active focus on improving ties with India’s immediate neighbors.

China and India's game on Rohingya

the Independent
Md. Tareq Hasan
1 March, 2021

The biggest thing is that the Rohingyas were forced to flee from Myanmar 3 years ago, but Aung San Suu Kyi could not take any initiative to talk to the Bangladeshi authorities and take them back.


A military coup in Myanmar on February 1 could hamper the repatriation and resettlement of Myanmar's Rohingya population. The international community and world leaders are currently keeping a close eye on the situation in Myanmar and the Rohingya, but China and India, Myanmar's trusted allies, have a key role to play in this issue. But neither China nor India has yet commented on the Myanmar coup. What kind of impact the military coup in Myanmar could have on the Rohingya has given rise to a surprising question.

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Opinion: At long last, the U.S. recognizes what the Rohingya already knew

The Washinton Post
By Wai Wai Nu
2022-03-22

Rohingya refugees walk through a shallow canal after crossing the Naf River as they flee violence in Myanmar to reach Bangladesh in Palongkhali near Ukhia on Oct. 16, 2017. (Munir Uz Zaman/AFP/Getty Images) 



Wai Wai Nu is a human rights and democracy activist, a former political prisoner, a visiting senior research fellow at the Human Rights Center at the University of California in Berkeley’s School of Law, and the founder and executive director of the Women’s Peace Network in Myanmar.

On Monday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken officially declared that the U.S. government defines the crimes perpetrated by the Myanmar military against the Rohingya people as a genocide.

For me and many other Rohingya, this is an epochal moment. For too long, we have felt abandoned by the world. For years, we pleaded for help — but our calls went unanswered. The violence and suffering we endured were compounded by the realization that so much of the world preferred to look away. This collective memory has further traumatized us. How could no one care when they burned down our homes and slaughtered our people? How could the international community close its eyes when hundreds of thousands of us were forced to flee our country?

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