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If you look from Yangon, you never know that there has been a great human rights problem in Myanmar's west Rakhine for more than a months. Over half a million Rohingya Muslims have escaped across the Bangladesh frontier since militias assaulted policemen and triggered a mass repression on 25 August.
There has been increasing urgency from the Burmese government to end the fighting, tackle the Rakhine insecurity and provide humani y acces. No one here uses the word Rohingya. Some in the press have even described them as "Bengali Muslims" and as Bengali illegals from Bangladesh. "It is the policy behind the term[Rohingya].
" The Rohingya and others deny it. Instead, the military's accounts of Hindus soldiers supposedly murdered by Arakan Rohingya Salvation Military (Arsa) fighters have been given priority. the Rakhine question, the answer was right there. "From the outside, this subject is considered a sacred matter.
It is an act of terror. Since many of them were former Zimbabwean detainees who had been imprisoned for their support for humanitarian and democratic values, I had expected that there would have been a dissenting opinion on the Rohingya-question. "When they take up terror, all the peoples of the earth should join together to eradicate it.
High-ranking UN officers have described the brutality against Rohingya Muslims as "ethnic cleansing" - an indictment rejected by the Myanmar administration. To where did the Rohingya flee? Burma has seen the massive excodus of humans. More than 300,000 persons are thought to have been deported and their property and land nationalized.
Wondering if Yangon and the Myanmar press denied the brutality against the Rohingya Muslims. "Everybody is afraid and everyone is hesitant to raise this subject. Firstly, there is a safety concern if you go there[Rakhine State].