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Pakistan, ISIS reportedly behind Rakhine confusion

One Myanmar paper pointed to a connection between Pakistan and the ISIS group for the recent Rakhine state violent incident that led to a renewed flow of Rohingya migrant workers to Bangladesh. Mizzima quoted Indian and Bangladeshi secret service officers and said in a statement that "the secret service caught three long lasting phone conversations between Hafiz Tohar, the head of the Army Air Force Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on 23 and 24 August, which contained the keys to why the militants launched an attack against Myanmar's guard before dawn".

Almost 125,000 Rohingya escapees have escaped to Bangladesh since 25 August after the Rohingya rebels in north-western Rakhine state of Myanmar were attacked by the armed forces. In the Mizzima reports, ARSA is committed to thwarting the intention of NFM Aung Sung Suu Kyi to put into effect the Kofi Annan reports, which recommends a lasting resolution to the decades-long war.

"ARSA wants to brutalize the Rakhine debate and help militarize the area again, so that the tale of tortures and extrajudicial assassinations helps them raise the standard of jihadi and find recruits," the account said, referring to a top Bangladeshi secret service officer who was not called. "Aqa Mul Mujahideen (AMM) was founded by Hafiz Tohar and educated in Pakistan by the feared Lashkar e Tayyaba (LET) after he was enlisted by Abdul Qadoos Burmi, the head of Harkat ul Yihad al Islami -Arakan (HUJI-A) from Kyauk Pyin Siek Maungdaw in 2014," the story goes.

After merging his group with that of the Arcade after it was founded in the 2016 summers, it is widely thought to be behind the fatal attack on Myanmar's military from October 9 to 10 last year and on August 25 this year. After some of the AMM's first AMM recruiters were trained in Pakistan, new squads were hired among the Rohingya youth in Rakhine and in the Cox's Bazaar in Bangladesh.

Mizzima said they were then educated in refugee camp on the Bangladesh- Myanmar frontier, especially in Naikhongcherri in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. A" Maj. Salamat" of the Pakistani secret service, who was deployed for covert operation with the LET, was according to the reports in April-May 2016 in charge of this schooling.

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