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Showing posts with label Threats. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Threats. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

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.

Friday, December 6, 2019

Rohingya campaigners say won't be 'silenced' by online threats

Al Jazeera
Usaid Siddiqui
06 December 2019
Ro Nay San Lwin and Maung Zarni tell Al Jazeera they fear for their lives but will not be 'silenced' by online abuse.

 Lwin, left, and Zarni have been in exile outside Myanmar for the past 18 and 30 years respectively [DW News/Anadolu]

Two prominent Rohingya campaigners say they are facing increased online abuse, including death threats, for their work, with the latest warning coming from the grandson of former Myanmar ruler Ne Win who called for their abduction.

Ro Nay San Lwin, a prominent Rohingya activist based in Germany, and Maung Zarni, an academic living in exile in the United Kingdom, have told Al Jazeera that they fear for their lives but will not be "silenced" by the online harassment.

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.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

‘Rohingya crisis to put biggest security threat to South Asia’

Prothum Alo------ 
BSS . Dhaka
Update:Jul 03, 2019 
 
Prime minister’s international affairs adviser Gowher Rizvi today said the Rohingya crisis will put the biggest security threat to the South Asian countries in the coming days.

“The long-pending Rohingya crisis is now Bangladesh’s problem but it will be the entire world’s problem tomorrow,” he said, addressing the inaugural session of a seminar in the capital as the chief guest.

Monday, April 29, 2019

Arakan Army’s allies threaten to join fight against Tatmadaw

MYANMAR TIMES
29 Apr 2019
Some of the villagers displaced by the fighting. Nyan Lynn Aung/The Myanmar Times
Two armed ethnic groups allied to the Arakan Army (AA) have threatened to join the fight against the Tatmadaw (military) if the fighting escalates, according to a statement by the groups.

In Rohingya Camps, Political Activities Risky For Some

VOA
April 28, 2019
Mohib Ullah, a leader of Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights, speaks to other Rohingya people who face problem to collect relief supplies in Kutupalong camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh April 7, 2019. (REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain)
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It was after Mohib Ullah scored his first political victories that the death threats began for real. On a recent morning, the Rohingya refugee spoke with Reuters in the Bangladesh camp where he lives. He read the latest warning, sent over the WhatsApp messaging app.

ISIS a Threat to N. Rakhine: Gov’t Spokesperson

The Irrawaddy 
By Htet Naing Zaw
29 April 2019
 A Tatmadaw soldier on security duty in Rakhine State / Kyaw Kha / The Irrawaddy


NAYPYITAW—The director general of Myanmar’s President’s Office U Zaw Htay has said that Myanmar has been a target of the Islamist militant group ISIS since 2012 when the group shifted its focus to northern Rakhine State after losing its footholds in Syria and Iraq.

“ISIS mainly nurtured home-grown cells. The terrorists who entered from outside linked and worked with radical elements inside the country, as in the case of Sri Lanka,” U Zaw Htay told reporters.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Indian journalist receives death threats for saving Kashmiri students

THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE
By News Desk
Published: March 13, 2019

Sagrika Kissu helped arrange lodging, transport for 18 students.PHOTO COURTESY: HUFFINGTON POST 
 
 
A 26-year-old Indian journalist has been at the receiving end of death threats from hard-line groups in the country for helping save Kashmiri students post Pulwana attack.