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Showing posts with label War. Show all posts
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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Why war never ends in Myanmar?






Jul 15, 2020
By Cardinal Charles Bo

Buddhist, Christian and Muslim people of Myanmar, with ethnic leaders, can live the message that the world longs to hear 
We are weary of war, worn down by enmities. War disgraces everyone. Why is it that Myanmar’s conflicts never end? Where does responsibility lie?

Of course one may accuse the belligerence of the Tatmadaw, even her obstinacy in refusing a full ceasefire to allow the nation to cope with the pandemic. One may deplore the faint authority of the civilian government, or the lack of due process in the judicial system. One may accuse ethnic leaders and truant cronies who benefit too much from trade in jade or drugs to desist. One may deplore that we religious leaders are too timid in protesting injustice.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

No peace byprayer, say defiant Rakhine rebels.

THE Star ONLINE 
Saturday, 20 Apr 2019


Panghsang (Myanmar): Rakh­ine rebels locked in a vicious fight with Myanmar’s army will not “get peace by praying”, its commander said as he vowed his forces will fight on despite being outnumbered and under aerial assault.



Tuesday, November 22, 2016

( 22.11.2016 ) Myanmar’s War on the Rohingya ( New York Times )

The New York Times  
The Opinion Pages
By THE EDITORIAL BOARDNOV. 21, 2016

A family outside a market destroyed by fire, in a Rohingya village in Myanmar, in October. Credit Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters

Myanmar has long persecuted the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority, denying it basic rights to citizenship, to marry, to worship and to an education. After violence unleashed in 2012 by Buddhist extremists drove tens of thousands of Rohingya out of their homes, many risked their lives to escape in smugglers’ boats; more than 100,000 others are living in squalid internment camps. Now, a counterinsurgency operation by Myanmar’s military is again forcing thousands of Rohingya to abandon their villages.

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