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Rakhine means Rohingya: Dr. Aye Chan
Dr. Aye Chan, Professor of history at the Kanda University of lnternational Studies, Japan, reiterated again and again " Rohingya mean Rakhine" and "Rohingya is Rakhine language" at the Rakhine theory (Arakan) Seminary, which took place on March 9th at Mahidol University, Bangkok, according to U Ye Lwin, former professor of historiography of the seminary.
In Bangkok we got the information from the Rakhine Story Seminary (Arakan), which will take place, and we are hoping that the organisers will be inviting some Rohingya guides, as this is an important event. Finally, U Htay Lwin Oo through himself tried to get permit for at least 12 Rohingya guides and activists, where only four individuals got U Htay Lwin Oo inclusive, said U Kyaw Min, former NDPHR deputy.
At last, we were pleased as the attendees welcomed us as I selected papers that were initially released and gave me the mic to talk to Dr. Aye Chan at the seminary, where the organiser only permitted the attendees to put issues on a piece of writing that was also censured by the first two Sisters.
"Rakhine Rakhine story to the global fellowship, to revise a continuing Rohingya account in the global press that is not acknowledged by Myanmar's consecutive Myanmar government, and to provide trusted credentials of Rakhine story to global historians," said Kyaw Thaung, one of the seminar's organisers.
But Dr. Abid Bahar said: "So far so good, but a thorough comprehension shows that the seminary wanted to demonstrate that there was no Rohingya in Arakan. It was not about the Rohingya's presence in Arakan, but about denying the Rohingya's presence in Arakan. Certainly this workshop of well-known supporters should be in line with the government's formal policies on the Rohingya massacre.
It is a Rakhine backed meeting. Stephen van Galen, who knew the West's spokesman Jet Pilder very well, kept their agendas in line with the sponsor and tried to be more shallow to scrape the face of Arakan's story. However, unfortunately their nicknames were skillfully misused by the Rakhine donors in the name of their involvement.
Eleven Media Group released "History Professor Aye Chan of the Kanda University of International Studies, Japan, followed the increasing cross-border settlements from 1826 to 1975, when the Chittagong inhabitants took over the majorities in the Maungdaw and Buthedaung districts. His lecture de In Seinem Vortrag "De la colonisation transfrontalière de Rakhine à la viola. "The story says otherwise.
The Rakhin Mogh and Rohingya rivers flowed into Chittagong as a consequence of Bodapawa's 1784 intrusion. Then, the Rakhine assassination of Rohingya in 1942 resulted in further inflows carried on by the 50;s through 1978, 82-83 and so far but Chan said the Bengali Muslim population rose from 58,255 in 1871 to 178,647 in 1911 when they accounted for 94 percent of the total in Maungdaw and 84 percent in Buthedaun.
The Rakhine village was also declared to have been destroyed by rebel Muslims. "What can one ask of Aye Chan, who is a well-known hater of foreigners and has written a novel that identifies Rohingyas as a "virus"? "Dr. Abid Bahar, pointed out the orientation of the media group and the seminary. Dr. Aye Chan said that the name Rohingya originated formally in the 1950's, but he did not say before which they were known as "Muslims of Arakan", while skilfully ignoring the fact that the name "Rakhine was also a new concept that was formally called "Mogh" in the 1920's, Dr. Abid Bahar said.
He consciously ignores historic facts, among them a hatred of foreigners among the speeches, especially the dependable testimonials of Rakhine as well. Whilst the secret goal of the seminary was achieved, it was undoubtedly a ministry for mankind, for the continuing sufferings of the Stateless Rohingya, Dr. Abid Bahar noted.