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In August 2017, the army began committing massive murders, acts of sex abuse and wide-spread incendiary acts against Rohingya Muslims in the state of Rakhine, which constitute a crime against mankind and force several hundred thousand people to escape to Bangladesh. There has been an increase in the level of violent conflicts between militarily and ethnically militarised groups in North Burma, leading to expulsion.
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Burma: The UN warns: "Rohingya Muslim infants and kids are being butchered with knifes.
One eight-year-old, one five-year-old and one six-year-old were allegedly all knifed in their own houses in so-called "area clearances " by Burma's military forces, which are said to have murdered several hundred persons in a Rohingya-dominated area in northwestern Rakhine State since October 9. Published early because of its startling character, the story is inspired by recent rohingya refugee interview with more than 200 who arrived in Rakhine, Bangladesh after escaping terror.
One 14-year-old woman also described how, after being violated by a soldier, she saw her mom bludgeoned to her deaths and her two slaughtered by knife at the age of eight and ten. In Rakhine during the suppression, Burmese police officers are said to have gathered Rohingya men and taken them away in cars before they went from door to door to rape or sexual harassment of girls and sometimes murdered babies who wept or tried to defend their parents.
The Burmese military's other assaults against Rohingya Muslims are violent blows and theft. A large overwhelming proportion of respondents said they had been witnesses to murders, and almost half said they had a member of their families who had been murdered, as well as members of their families who had gone unaccounted for. Over half of the 101 surveyed stated that they were victim of rapes and other types of sexually assaulted people.
"We were in many cases the first humans, except for their immediate families, with whom these humans had talked. It would make a woman and even a man cry. "They were weeping when they talked about being violated or seeing their kids get their kill. Rohingya was attacked in Rakhine last October, when nine policemen were murdered in an attack on guards along the Bangladesh borders and the intelligence agencies began intensive repression of the Rohingya community to locate the rebels behind the attack.
However, the violent situation follows a long-standing patterns of violation and abuse, systemic harassment and policy of marginalization and marginalization against the Rohingya, which have existed in North Rakhine for many years. "Saying they're eviction actions looking for rebels who kill cops makes no point.
Killing and raping infants, young kids and young kids when trying to find rebels makes no sense," she said to The Independent. "She witnesses this assassination while being violated by the police who are supposed to protect her - what is this "eviction"?