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Burma is preparing for return, but Rohingya remains cautious
Myanmar's senior junta officers should be persecuted for humanity violations, said Amnesty International in a new statement revealing new proof of horrors against the Rohingya population. As a reaction to the Rohingya crises, the EU and Canada have imposed penalties on Myanmar army and policemen.
Myanmar's military said one of the officers was sacked and another "received resignation". Burma and UN organizations have concluded an early treaty providing for the repatriation of some of the 700,000 Rohingya Muslims who have escaped the state. An UN Security Council mission is meeting Rohingya Muslims who have escaped repression in Myanmar and are now in Bangladesh.
There were those who said that the police raped, murdered and other horrors.
Rohingya crisis - the roots: Eradication of a Myanmar ethnic group
The round-table talk entitled "The Root of the Rohingya Crisis" hosted by Anne Blackburn was attended by Michael Charney and Eaint Thiri Thu: Eradication of a Myanmar ethnic group", on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at the Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall. Rohingya are a largely Moslem majority who live in Myanmar's west Rakhine state.
The Rohingya are often referred to as the most oppressed group in the underworld. Rohingya fighters in August hit Rakhine outpost. About half of the 1.1 million Rohingya have escaped to neighbouring states, mainly Bangladesh. He is a soldier and emperor scholar specialising in Southeast Asia both in pre-modern and contemporary times.
Thiri Eaint Thu was borne and grew up in Myanmar. Currently she holds a Master's of Arts from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. Recently she received a Fulbright grant, an Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change fellowship and a Humphrey School of Public Affairs grant to continue her study in the United States.