" ယူနီကုတ်နှင့် ဖော်ဂျီ ဖောင့် နှစ်မျိုးစလုံးဖြင့် ဖတ်နိုင်အောင်( ၂၁-၀၂-၂၀၂၂ ) မှစ၍ဖတ်ရှုနိုင်ပါပြီ။ (  Microsoft Chrome ကို အသုံးပြုပါ ) "
Showing posts with label Tun Khin. Show all posts
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Saturday, April 6, 2024

BROUK: Genocide against Rohingya intensifying

mizzima
April 5, 2024

File Photo: Rohingya refugees are seen on the coast of Jurong Mulia, in Sabang, Aceh province, on December 2, 2023. (Photo by Khairu / AFP)
 
The Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) warned that the ongoing genocide against the Rohingya is intensifying and it is urging the United Nations (UN) Security Council to immediately take steps to enforce the International Court of Justice’s provisional measures order on Myanmar to protect the ‘extremely vulnerable ’Rohingya.

Thursday, April 4, 2024

Genocide Against Rohingya Is Intensifying, Warns Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK

Prograssive Voice of Myanmar
Author: Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK
April 2nd, 2024

Press Release

                                    Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK

The Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) today sounded the alarm, warning that the ongoing genocide against the Rohingya is intensifying. BROUK urged the UN Security Council to immediately take steps to enforce the International Court of Justice’s provisional measures order on Myanmar to protect the ‘extremely vulnerable’ Rohingya. The British government, as penholder on Myanmar at the United Nations (UN) Security Council, should urgently convene a meeting to discuss the growing crisis.

Sunday, March 24, 2024

3 Rohingya leaders visited Rohingya camps in Bangladesh

Rohingya Refugee Camp
Bangladesh
Mar 11, 2024

Mr. Reza Uddin,Mr. Nay San Lwin and Mr.Tun Khin, Rohingya activists who are unwaveringly dedicated to justice and humanity, warmly greet all of us  during the holy month of Ramadan. 

Friday, March 22, 2024

How is renewed violence in Myanmar affecting the Rohingya?

Aljazeera
By Sarah Shamim
Published On 22 Mar 202

A recent surge in violence by armed groups in Myanmar is causing upheaval and displacement among Rohingya once again.

People rest in a monastery used as a temporary shelter for internally displaced people (IDPs) at a village in Pauktaw township in Myanmar's western Rakhine state [File: AFP]
 
The Rohingya are yet again bearing the brunt of renewed fighting and military air strikes in Myanmar, United Nations chief Antonio Guterres warned this week.

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

The Rohingya in the shadow of the Arakan army

Dhaka Tribune
Shafiur Rahman
Publish : 02 Mar 2024, 

“Instead of getting killed at the frontline by taking up arms for the junta, we would rather fight them and join the Arakan Army (AA).”

Monday, March 4, 2024

The Rohingya in the shadow of the Arakan army

Dhaka Tribune
Shafiur Rahman
Publish : 02 Mar 2024,

There is a complex level of conflict and suffering that continue to enshroud the Rohingya community 

“Instead of getting killed at the frontline by taking up arms for the junta, we would rather fight them and join the Arakan Army (AA).”

Friday, August 25, 2023

Justice More Important Than Ever as Rohingya Mark Bleak Anniversary

THE I DIPLOMAT
By Tun Khin
August 25, 2023

“It is high time that the world takes action to end the genocide against the Rohingya, starting with supporting the international justice efforts.” 

It was six years ago today, on August 25, 2017, that the Myanmar military poured into Rakhine State and unleashed unimaginable violence on my people, the Rohingya. Over the course of a few weeks, soldiers and their proxies killed thousands of women, men, and children, burned whole villages to the ground, and drove close to 800,000 people to flee into Bangladesh.

It is a source of shame for the world that six years later, not only do the Rohingya remain a people on the brink of extinction, but the architects of the genocide against us remain in power in Myanmar. Despite this, Rohingya and the people of Myanmar have largely been forgotten on the world stage, with other crises dominating global headlines. It is now high time that the world takes action to end the genocide against the Rohingya, starting with supporting the international justice efforts.

၆ နှစ်မြောက် ရိုဟင်ဂျာလူမျိုးတုံးသတ်ဖြတ်မှုအောက်မေ့ ဖွယ်နေ့အခမ်းအနား

Ro Nay San Lwin ( Facebook LIVE)
25th August 2023 

Link : Here

Wednesday, June 14, 2023

Rapes and massacres detailed in Rohingya genocide case against Myanmar authorities

RFA
By Carlos G. Hamann, special for RFA
2023.06.13


Argentine case, under ‘universal jurisdiction,’ aims to hold leaders accountable

Roshida Begum, 22, shows where the Myanmar military slit her throat, Dec. 1, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. “The military took me and 5 other women into a house and raped us. After they were done, they slit our necks with machetes. They thought I was dead and they left and set the house on fire. I was the only one who escaped." She fled from Tula Toli village in Myanmar to Bangladesh shortly after the Aug. 25, 2017, attack.  Credit: Allison Joyce/Getty Image
 
Women gang raped, children stabbed and killed, men shot and burned to death.

The criminal complaint of genocide by Myanmar’s armed forces against the Muslim Rohingya minority includes detailed accounts of stomach-churning atrocities.

Thursday, June 8, 2023

Rohingya testify in Argentina court on Myanmar crackdown

THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT
Published on 8 Jun 2023
Rohingya walking through a padi field in the rain to reach the relative safety of a camp in Bangladesh on September 9, 2017. Members of the minority Muslim community testified in person for the first time yesterday in Buenos Aires, as part of an Argentinian judicial investigation into alleged crimes by the Myanmar military. – EPA pic, June 8, 2023.

MEMBERS of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim minority testified in person for the first time yesterday in Buenos Aires, as part of an Argentinian judicial investigation into alleged crimes by the Myanmar military, an activist told AFP.

The hearing, behind closed doors, was “a historic day for everyone in Burma,” as Myanmar is also known, said Maung Tun Khin, president of the British-based Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK.

Argentine court hears allegations of genocide against Myanmar leaders

RFA
By Carlos G Hamann, special for RFA
2023.06.07

Universal jurisdiction case to review accounts of rape and slaughter of Rohingya.
Rohingya Muslims, who spent days fleeing from Myanmar into Bangladesh walk after they were allowed to proceed towards a refugee camp at Palong Khali, Bangladesh, Oct. 19, 2017.
Credit: Dar Yasin/AP
Updated at 10:30 p.m. EDT on June 7, 2023.

An Argentine court is hearing testimony about allegations of genocide and crimes against humanity committed by senior Myanmar officials against Rohingya Muslims in a landmark case.

The hearing is being held in Argentina under the principle of “universal jurisdiction” enshrined in the country’s constitution, which holds that some crimes are so heinous that alleged perpetrators thousands of miles away can be tried.

Rohingya Testify On Myanmar Crackdown In Argentina Court

BARRON'S
By AFP - Agence France Presse
June 7, 2023


Members of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority testified in person for the first time on Wednesday in Buenos Aires, as part of an Argentine judicial investigation into alleged crimes by the Myanmar military, an activist told AFP.

The hearing, behind closed doors, was "a historic day for everyone in Burma," as Myanmar is also known, said Maung Tun Khin, president of the British-based Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK.

"Finally in-person hearings are taking place and strong evidence" is being produced in a court of law, he said.

Rohingya testify on Myanmar crackdown in Argentina court

CNA
08 Jun 2023 

The president of the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK), Maung Tun Khin, (L) and Argentine human rights lawyer Tomas Ojea Quintana are seen outside a federal court in Buenos Aires on Dec 16, 2021. Maung Tun Khin declared in a case against Burmeses military men for alleged war crimes against the Muslim minority. (Photo: AFP/ Juan Mabromata) 


BUENOS AIRES: Members of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority testified in person for the first time on Wednesday (Jun 7) in Buenos Aires, as part of an Argentinian judicial investigation into alleged crimes by the Myanmar military, an activist told AFP.

The hearing, behind closed doors, was "a historic day for everyone in Burma," as Myanmar is also known, said Maung Tun Khin, president of the British-based Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK.

Rohingya Testify On Myanmar Crackdown In Argentina Court

BARRON's
By AFP - Agence France Presse
June 7, 2023 

Members of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority testified in person for the first time on Wednesday in Buenos Aires, as part of an Argentinian judicial investigation into alleged crimes by the Myanmar military, an activist told AFP.

The hearing, behind closed doors, was "a historic day for everyone in Burma," as Myanmar is also known, said Maung Tun Khin, president of the British-based Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK.

"Finally in-person hearings are taking place and strong evidence" is being produced in a court of law, he said.

Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Argentine court hears allegations of genocide against Myanmar leaders

Benar News
Carlos G. Hamann, special to BenarNews
2023.06.07
Washington

Maung Tun Khin (left), president of the Burmese Rohingya Organization UK, stands with Argentine human rights lawyer Tomas Ojea Quintana outside a federal court in Buenos Aires, Dec. 16, 2021.
Juan Mabromata/AFP

Updated at 10:28 p.m. ET on 2023-06-07

An Argentine court is hearing testimony about allegations of genocide and crimes against humanity committed by senior Myanmar officials against Rohingya Muslims in a landmark case.

Sunday, May 28, 2023

မိုခါမုန်တိုင်းအရေး ရိုဟင်ဂျာ ခေါင်းဆောင်တစ်ဦးနဲ့ ဆက် သွယ် မေးမြန်းချက်

VOA
ဆုမွန်
၂၈ မေ၊ ၂၀၂၃

မုန်တိုင်းမိုခါ ဒဏ်နဲ့ ရိုဟင်ဂျာတွေ ထိခိုက်သေဆုံးမှု များပြားခဲ့ရတာဟာစစ်ကောင်စီဘက်က ရည်ရွယ်ချက်ရှိရှိ တ မင် လုပ်ဆောင်သလိုဖြစ်ခဲ့တယ်လို့ ဗြိတိန်နိုင်ငံအခြေစိုက် မြန်မာရိုဟင်ဂျာများအဖွဲ့က သတင်းထုတ် ပြန် ပါတယ်။ဗြိတိန်နိုင်ငံအခြေစိုက် မြန်မာရိုဟင်ဂျာအသင်း ဥက္ကဋ္ဌဦးထွန်းခင်ကို မဆုမွန်ဆက်သွယ်မေးမြန်းထား ပါတယ်။

Link : Here

Thursday, January 26, 2023

Rohingya are drowning at sea. Asia’s leaders are to blameAljazeera

Aljazeera
OPINION,Tun Khin
BROUK
Published On 26 Jan 2023


Leaders from Southeast and South Asia are acting both illegally and immorally by not helping Rohingya “boat people”.

FILE — Rohingya refugees fleeing a genocide in Myanmar and overcrowded conditions in Bangladesh camps, often spend months at sea, exploited by traffickers because governments in South and Southeast Asia won't let their boats land. This photo from June 25, 2020, shows Rohingya refugees in Lhokseumawe in North Aceh Regency [Chaideer Mahyuddin/AFP]
 
In early January, a boat with 185 Rohingya refugees washed ashore on the coast of Indonesia’s Aceh province. They had spent weeks at sea in desperate conditions, fleeing cramped and overcrowded camps in Bangladesh in search of a better life. More than half were women and children.

Sadly, they are far from alone. Since November last year, at least three more boats have landed in Aceh after similarly perilous journeys, carrying hundreds of refugees, with at least 20 people dying at sea. According to UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), thousands of Rohingya, including women and children, resorted to perilous boat journeys in 2022.

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Rohingya drown, govts fail to act

Bangkok Post

PUBLISHED : 16 JAN 2023
On Jan 8, a boat with 185 Rohingya refugees washed ashore on the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province. They had spent weeks at sea in desperate conditions, fleeing cramped and overcrowded refugee camps in Bangladesh in search of a better life. More than half were women and children.

Sadly, they are far from alone. Just since November last year, at least another three boats have landed in Aceh after similarly perilous journeys, carrying hundreds of refugees, with at least 20 people dying at sea. According to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, thousands of Rohingya women, men and children took to boats just in 2022.

Saturday, December 10, 2022

Justice, accountability must for Rohingya, speakers say in The Hague

Dhaka Tribune 
Tribune Desk
December 9, 2022

Courtesy

International community and States Parties of Rome Statute need to stand resolutely with Bangladesh in securing sustainable return of the Rohingya people to their homeland, Myanmar, speakers told a discussion in the city.

They underlined it at an event during the 21st (annual) Assembly of the States Parties of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague on Friday, said a press release.

The event titled “Justice for the Rohingyas and No Peace without Justice” was co-hosted by the Bangladesh Embassy to the Netherlands, the Government of Gambia.