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Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi misses the UN General Assembly discussion
Myanmar de facto head Aung San Suu Kyi will miss an important UN discussion next weekend as critics of her dealings with the Rohingya Muslim minorities are growing. About 379,000 Rohingyas have escaped to Bangladesh since the beginning of the war last months. UN has reproached the United Nations for racial profanity.
Myanmar's army says it is struggling against Rohingya fighters and contests that it is addressing civil war. Rohingya, a predominantly Islamic ethnic group in the Buddhist Rakhine party, have long been persecuted in Myanmar, saying they are illegals. They' ve been living in Myanmar for generation after generation, also known as Burma, but they are refused nationality.
According to the organization's refugees organization, the Rohingya who escaped to Bangladesh are not receiving enough help. She has been under detention for 15 years for her pro-democracy activities and is considered the leader of Myanmar's junta administration. Suu Kyi has been criticized by former Westerners for not doing enough to stop the Rakhine state from being violently violated.
Nobel Prize winners, such as the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Malala Yousafzai, have urged Suu Kyi to end the war. So what happens in the state of Rakhine? After Rohingya fighters attacked policemen and soldiers, the recent Rohingya runaway from their houses began on 25 August.
The fugitives say Myanmar's forces reacted to the attack with a violent drive of force and burning of communities to drive them away. Later, Zaw Htay, spokesperson for the administration, said 176 Rohingya settlements, more than 30% of the North Rakhine population, were now empty. Whereas almost 400,000 Rohingya have escaped in the present economic downturn, the UN has already taken in several hundred thousand indocumented Rohingya who had escaped from previous terror.
The other Rohingya live in refugee camps in Myanmar. In the Rohingya question, Mrs Suu Kyi must be particularly careful. The Rakhine Buddhists are even more antagonistic in the Rakhine state. Rakhine's ANP, the country's political group, is the dominant one.
There' s a lot of affection for them among the policemen, who are almost half Rakhine Buddhist, and the army.
For the Rohingya to speak out would almost certainly trigger an furious response from buddhistic allies. And the Rohingya? Myanmar has been home to at least one million members of the Rohingya people, most of whom are Muslims, some of whom are Hindus. It is believed that they originated in present-day Bangladesh and in the state of West Bengal in India, but many have been present in Myanmar for hundreds of years.
The Rohingya is described by Human Rights Watch as one of the biggest immigrant population groups in the whole wide globe. Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged Myanmar to take back the Rohingya migrants. "Buddhist believers in rakine ethics are our tribal peoples who have lived there since the times of their ancestors," he said.