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"and many were headed, and many were sliced. So we were in the building, and we hid when[Armed Inhabitants of a neighboring village] decapitated there. As we saw this, we just ran out the back," said Sultan Ahmed, a 27-year-old man from the former Chut Pyin community in Myanmar.
The Sultan belongs to a group of 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims, often referred to as "the most oppressed group in the world". The Rohingya have been living for hundreds of years in the west state of Rakhine, Myanmar, but for years they have been pursued by the Myanmaranmars. Myanmar's military leader justifies the massacre as an "unfinished affair".
These violent events - and the resulting expulsion - saw the lives of those who brought with them shocking stories of violent assassination by the armed forces and Buddhaist groups. "and set fire to the town with 200 men..... Every house in my town has already been demolished. When we go back and the armed forces see us, they will shoot," said Jalal Ahmed, 60, who last weekend came to Bangladesh with a group of about 3,000 persons after running for almost a whole sept.
"He was burnt to ashes with my siblings.[Myanmar Army Soldiers]. Fortify Rights, we found (my other members of the family) in the fields," said Abdul Rahman, a 41-year-old Chut Pyin village attack surfer. At Chut Pyin where some of the most serious acts of brutality are suspected, Abdul said that his sibling belonged to a group of Rohingya men who had been invaded a home by troops who then burnt it down and burnt it internally.
The Reuters could not check these bankrolls separately, as unauthorised journalists' entry into North Rakhine has been limited since the closure of the area in October. In a violent rage, pictures published in various forms of society provide a disastrous moment. A photo that claims to have been taken in a Rohingya town shows a series of kids laying around killed in the sludge.
"A 46-year-old Maungdaw township peasant, Rashed Ahmed, said to the New York Times in Myanmar, "There are no more towns. "These new images show the complete demolition of a Moslem community and raise serious concern that the scale of the desolation in North Rakhine State could be much greater than initially thought," said Phil Robertson, Mgr.
Myanmar's law enforcement officers and Rohingya's rebels accuse each other of outrage. According to the army, almost 400 men, most of them rebels, were killed in the clash. Bangladeshi policemen say tens of Rohingya are dead trying to pass across the stream that separates the land from Myanmar. Myanmar's rebels are accused of cremating their own houses and murdering Buddhists in Rakhine.
Long-term tension between Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists broke out in 2012 in violent riots and forced more than 100,000 Rohingya into displaced persons centres, in which many still do. Indonesia's President Joko Widodo sent his Secretary of State to Myanmar to call on his administration to stop violent acts against Rohingya Muslims, while President Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey said on Friday that violent acts against Muslims constitute an outrage.