Saturday, 9 June 2012

Rohinger Terrorists fired almost the whole village in Myanmar

This is the village, Thirikonebaung, burned down by Rohinger Terrorists. Almost all the houses (Total 109 houses) of the villages were completely fired except two houses.

So they are not Muslim Protesters. They are rebels and doing mass destruction in Burma. They killed Burmese and ethnics, they burned down the villages, they destroyed everything in our country. So they are not protesters.

Till now over 20 villages are burned down by Rohinger Terrorists. A lot of Rakhine people are killed by them because they are completely armed and it is amazing that they owned arms inside Burma even they are not the recognized ethnic. They may have background support.

We have to abolish all Rohingers intruders from our country. That is our desire. Our desire must fulfill.

credit to: EverFriend

Evidence Photos of Native Rakhines' Properties

Bingalis so called Rohingyas terrorized native Rakhine ethnic at Maungdaw, Rakhine State, Myanmar on 8 June 2012.

Rohingyas was burning the house of native Rakhine ethnic at Maungdaw, Rakhine State, Myanmar on 8 June 2012.

A house was destroyed by Rohingya Terrorist at Maungdaw Township, Rakhine State, Myanmar

A house was destroyed by Rohingya Terrorist at Maungdaw Township, Rakhine State, Myanmar

The Threat to National Sovereignty

written by Myo Set

June 8, 2012 Maung Daw, Arakan State, Myanmar

A ridiculous news was broadcast from BBC World news.

They used the title "Burma police fire on protestors". It was totally a false news.

It is only a half true/half false propaganda. Without shame, they used a term " Muslim minority" in Maung Daw at Arakan State.In fact, such Muslims are known as Rohingyas who are illegally migrated Bengalis. Around 98% of local residence in Maung Daw are Rohingyas who passed through border line between Myanmar and Bangladesh. Gradually, original ethnic Rakhines (Arakanese) became minorities in Maung Daw township, their native town.

On social networks like facebook and twitter and official pages of Burmese Exile Medias, main message of almost all news are that Muslims are fought dead;Muslims were oppressed; poor rohingyas. In reality, it is a planned and intentional actions to spread fake news to make Myanmar more vulnerable to foreign pressures.They are twisting true facts to become wrong in such a way that Myanmar Police Forces are firing into the Muslim Protestors just for oppression.

The truth is that Maung Daw was in chaos with the atmosphere filled with terror and violence on local Arakanese (Rakhines) which necessarily claims immediate control of police forces. Otherwise, massacre committed by Bengali Rohigyas will be fully carried out. In such case, biased and money-driven Media, and lobbying organizations made Myanmar to be ashamed of such violence and chaos.

In history, Arakanese (Rakhines), a major ethnic group in Myanmar, served as a human barrier to stop influx of Bengali migrants for several decades. Moreover, other major ethnics like Burmese, Shan, Karen, Kachin, Chin, etc haven't become aware of such social conflicts in that geographically and demographically dangerous area. Due to political instability inside Myanmar, such news can't be headlines in state medias and exile Burmese medias.However, lastly, real things taking place in Arakan state can no longer be hidden.

Most of exile Burmese media may be intentionally failed to broadcast news about violent attacks occurred in Maung Daw. At Maung Daw near Burma-Bangladesh border,thousands of Bengali Rohigyas destroyed houses and properties of local rakhines and burned them down. Temples, schools and local stores were completely destroyed. Homes around Myoma Buddhist Temple were set on fire and consequently every Arakanese (Rakhine) fled to secure places. Many local Arakanese (Rakhines) were brutally murderd by such Bengali including elderly and children. Arakanese (Rakhines) ran way for their survival leaving whatever they have.

The beginning of the whole process

On 28 of May, 2012, Thida Htwe, 26 yrs old, Arakanese lady was raped by three Bengali and murdered. Her neck was cut with a sharp weapon and her vagina was penetrated until it was lacerated completely. Thida Htwe whowas a tailor was murdered on the way back to her native village calledTha Pyay Chaung.This case sparked racial tensions among Rakhines and immigrant Bengali rohingyas. Consequently, many Arakanese marched towards Rambree Police Station on 30th of May, the funeral day of Thida Htwe to protest for justice. Criminals were arrested within 48 hours after Thida Htwe was murdered. They are Htet Htet(23), Rauphi(18) and Luyu (21) and now kept in police custody.However, on 3rd of June, 10 native Muslims were beaten till dead in the rage by local Rakines at Taung Gote township on their return to Yangon. 6 were from Taung Twin Gyi, 2 from Myaung Mya and the other two from Than Dwe township, according to the state medias.

Following such crisis, Muslims in Rangoon rallied at city center near Sule Pagoda to protest against

the case of murdered 10 Muslims and the term Kala referring native Muslims which might be a discriminating term in most Muslims' view, stated in State Medias. Myanmar government responded such demonstrations by giving promises to seek justice and commissioned a special task force to investigate that case.

On the 3rd of June also, U Aung Than Wai, a team leader for shopkeepers in a bazaar near Sittwe was missing temporarily and that was a causative factor for a small conflict in Set Yone Su quarter, Sittwe. U Aung Than Wai was a key figure in presenting problems of marketers in that bazaar particularly for high daily tax on each shop.Actually, the tax collection right was auctioned on 2nd June, 2012 already and Bengali groups won it in that auction. Aung Than Wai was threatened by Bengali gangs for his claims on behalf of other shop owners and so he was hidden at his cousin's house.

Around 7 o'clock on the same date, Daw Aung Than Mya with other 10 ladies reported to Sittwe Police Station about her husband missing after small conflicts between Bengali gangs and Aung Than Wai occured. In the mean time, up to 200 Arakanese (Rakhine) people gathered in front of Sittwe Police Station (1) and the local civil authority chief, U Aung Mya Kyaw, came and promised to look for Aung Than Wai. After that, Aung Than Wai's family went back. But around 11.45 p.m, U Aung Than Wai appeared in front of the waiting Arakanese crowd showing his national identity card and went into police station probably for more security. The crowd started to claim to arrest Bengali gangs. The Arakanese crowd tried to raid police station which was why they were cracked down by police force using guns and gas bombs. 11 rakhines were injured in that case. Up to this stage, it is clear that both sides are responsible for crimes committed in Arakan state and Myanmar government was trying best to control the situation.

8th June, 2012

On Friday, Islamic Bengali worship at central mosque in Maung Daw. Around 1 o'clock, nearly a thousand of Bengali Rohingyas started to create riots in front of Kan Baw Za Bank. They threw stones into "United" guest house and a house. Around 2 p.m. , a market branch was burned including Thazinguest house in front of Thiri Min Galar central hall and 6 local shops were burned down. After that,Baho monastry was set on fire and the fire spread to Bohmu village. In Myo Oo quarter in Maung Daw, two homes were burned and monasteries at Kha Yay Myine village and Nyaung Chaungvillage were burned as well.

5.15 p.m 8th June 2012

Polices were patrolling and arranging demolished Arakanese(Rakhine) to move towards secure places. At that time, from the building owned by a currency broker Zaw Hein, Bengali rohingyas unexpectedly shot into the civilian crowd and the police were confronted with armed Bengali rioters. Armed rioters at Zaw Hein's building are supposed to be around 10 people. A police officer confirmed that they have already got information about arms collected by terrorists in that township. But connections between armed Bengali rohingyas and such arm collections are not approved yet. It was reported that gun shots has caused causalities but number of injured were not known yet. The injured were sent to Sittwe hospital.

In that evening also, nearly 20 Bengali rioters raided Maung Daw hospital and medical staff have moved to secure places. Two homes in front of that hospital were burned also and people were moved to safe monasteries.

Currently realesed list of causalities are as follows.

(1)Dr Khin Maung Latt, 63, stabbed abdomen
(2)Daw Than Yee (57), incised wound over scalp (reported that expired)
(3)U Kyaw Hla (78), incised wound over scalp
(4)U Thein Zaw (36), incised wounds over extremities
(5)U Hla Maung (65), several stabbed and incised wounds on body (expired)
(6) Four female teachers were murdered. Dead bodies of two were at hospital. (9th June)

In Sittwe,a funeral activity line was interrupted by Bengali from The Chaung village and three vehicles in the line turned back but the rest of two were left behind and unable to contact them. So, security forces and nearly 20 monks went to there and secured. In Sittwe University, attacks occurred between Bengali groups and Arakanese groups. But they are settled by Arakan local government minister.

According to a person from Sittwe,capital of Arakan State, he thought that chaotic condition is likely to lead to religious conflicts rather than racial tensions.

"In the morning, they (Bengali) made meetings inside mosques.Half of the population in Sittwe are Bengali. We feel insecure now", he says.

Four villagers from Min Gan were attacked and treated at Sittwe hospital. Currently, Maung Daw is under military control. Around 200 Bengali surrounded the police station at San Pya village and so police tried to deter them by firing into the air.

Around 30 arakanese villages were burned down and Laung Don police station in Maung Daw district was surrounded by Bengali. A number of children were dead and Wai Thar Li monastery.

was also set on fire. Target areas were within 5 miles from Maund Daw city center. And there was a small battle between Al Qaeda supported Rohingya Solidarity Organization and Myanmar Army in the river. RSO was reportedly said that it has connections with Al Qaeda and their troops were sent to operate in Afghanistan.

For such riots, Ko Ko Gyi, a student leader of 88 generations said that those problems can be partly due to exile forces and lobbying organizations working in some western countries. He says

" We want to say that some countries without knowing true history but trying to intervene in rohingya issues might be viewed as a threat to national sovereignty. Rohingyas has no tie with any of our ethnic groups genetically, culturally or linguistically. Because of local political tensions, successive governments have agreed to accept them according to requests frominternational organizations. This is just the sole aid from human right perspective" Ko Ko Gyi says.
"Clearly, this isn't a conflict between Buddhists and Islamist. And I believe that such problems might not be free from foreign proxies" Ko Ko Gyi says.U Khin Yee, Minister of Immigration, confirmed that Rohingya is not an ethnic group of Myanmar.

9th June 2012

Maund Daw is under carfew and Myanmar troops entered Maung Daw to rescue Arakanese people blocked in some quarters. Bengali crowds rallied at burned Bo Hmu village are now marching towards Maund Daw. Sounds of gun fire are still heard and every one is now alert for security. From some resources, it is reported that majority of Myanmar military troops in Arakan state are now in place at Maung Daw township. They suspect that armed Bengali thugs can have strong connections with Al Qaeda supported Rohingya Solidarity Organizaion, a terrorist organization listed by the US government.
Lastly, we all Myanmar citizens view this problem as
" Foreign Invasion and The Threat to National Security".

Translated from Mr Maung Ko Thet's article.

Emergency statement

Emergency statement 

written by mmmilitary
8th June 2012

“Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for International Community to Strongly Denounce so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims’ Committing Heinous Crimes of Terrorising, Killing, Looting and Burning Villages of Buddhist Burmese
Arakanese” So-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims are allegedly linked with Islamist Terrorists around the world including Taliban. These so-called Rohingya are Bengali illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.

So-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims had massacre tens of thousands of Burmese Buddhist Arakanese people in the past. With the support of the global networks of extremist Islamic terrorists, (Bangladesh and Pakistan in the past and may be so far), and the Islamic world, these so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims hold up the arms fighting against Burmese central government demanding for a separate Islamic state.

Today in western Burma, in Maung-Daw Township where Burma shares the border with Bangladesh, got 98% population are Bengali Muslims.

Now today on 8th June 2012, these so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims are targeting peaceful Burmese Arakanese Buddhist minority in Maung-Daw by setting fire on Buddhist Arakanese Burmese villages, Buddhist houses and Buddhist monasteries. All Burmese Buddhist Arakanese have to flee from the attack of so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims’ atrocities.

So far more than 20 villages have been burnt down to ashes and so-called Rohingya Muslim Bengalis are targeting all non-Bengalis.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) strongly denounces these terrorists’ acts and we call for international community to denounce these terrorist acts of so-called Rohingya Muslim Bengali.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for President U Thein Sein regime to take action decisively so as to protect the lives of the Arakanese Burmese Buddhists.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for all parties concerned to take all necessary actions to protect and to prevent such kind of massacre not to happen again in Burma and especially in Arakan.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) welcomes the bold and brave action taken of the 88-Generation Students Group firmly declaring that so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims are neither Burmese nor part of Burma.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi led National League for Democracy (NLD) to take similar bold and brave action regarding so-called Rohingya Muslim Bengali issue, current massacre of so-called Rohingya Muslim Bengali on Arakanese Burmese Buddhist and illegal immigration issues.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for Burmese Government to take prompt action immediately and decisively to deter and detect Muslims Bengali immigrants entering Burma illegally and their heinous crimes and terrorism.

In order to control the border, Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) recommends building of RC-Concrete fence/wall along the Burma-Bangladesh border for which all the Burmese should contribute special tax as part of the solution.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) recommends a Burma military division to be stationed at the Buu-Thee-Taung and Maung-Daw areas in order to control the border securely, to protect the lives of the minority Buddhist Burmese Araknese who are living in the middle of barbaric so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for all the Burmese parliamentarians to put first priority on drafting and adopting of Burmese Citizenship Law so as to prevent illegal Bengali immigrants unlawfully claiming to be the Burmese citizenship.

Burma Democratic Concern ((BDC) calls for establishing strong immigration law, enforcing and implementing these laws and taking action seriously committing immigration crime.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for international community to dissociate with these so-called Rohingya terrorists who are telling lies around the world with make-up history.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for all the Burma democratic and ethnic democratic organisations to denounce and dissociate with these so-called Rohingya Benagli Muslims so as to show our support for justice in the world.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for especially Burmese exile media to stop glorifying so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslim terrorists and stop biasing with them.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for all Burmese people to put national interest first working for democratisation of Burma.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for all international media to stop supporting so-called Rohingya Bengali Islamist Terrorists.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for international community to stop supporting so-called Rohingya Bengali Islamist Terrorists.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) would like to point out here that those Bengali people claiming asylum in third countries called themselves as Rohingya are most likely from the Bangladeshi side of the border not from the Arakan State of Burma since there are a lot of 'Rohingya Bengali Gangs' in Bangladesh are involving in human trafficking.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) would like to call for international community to stop labelling so-called Rohingya as part of Burma's ethnics group.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) would like to highlight here that Rohingya issue is not about human rights issue of Burma but all about illegal immigration issue.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) would like to call for world leaders, international media and all truth loving people to give careful consideration on our raising issues.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for all the people around the world to show your support and sympathy on the Burmese Buddhist Arakanese victims who lost their lives, shelters, belongings and lands due to the atrocities of so-called Rohingya Muslim Bengal Terrorists who are committing such heinous crime with the support of Al-Qaeda Islamist terrorists.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) calls for justice loving Burmese Muslims and Muslims around the world to denounce and dissociate with these terrorists so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims so as to show solidarity with the suffering of Burmese Arakanese Buddhists.

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) seriously denounces the terrorist acts of so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims committing heinous crimes.

For more information please contact Myo Thein, the Director of the Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) at 00-44-7877882386, 00-44-7402859528 and 00-44-2084939137.

Instabilites in rakhine state fuelled by exile medias

Maung Daw, Rakhine State, Myanmar 8, June, 2012

written by mmmilitary (original source)

In this afternoon, thousands of Bengali known as Rohingyas gathered and burned many houses of local residents, Rakhines. Most of local Rakhines (Arakanese) fled away from their homes for security purposes. Maung Daw at Rakhine State in Burma is now in chaos and needs immediate control over such riots. Many Buddhist temples were set on fire by Bengalis while rioters have destroyed local stores and shops owned by Rakhines (Arakanese).

Few days ago, an Arakanese lady was gang-raped and murdered by three Bengalis. Her neck was purposefully cut and ****** was found severely penetrated with sharp weapons. That case has raised tensions among local residents, Arakanese and newly occupying illegal Bengali immigrants. In response to such ****** assault, ten Muslim travelers to Rakhine state were beaten to death at Taung Gote township. Such consequential cases have sparked riots in Rakhine state.

Conditions seem to become worse when Bengalis started to shoot with their secretly stored guns from a three storey house of a money broker called Zaw Hein at Maung Daw. They shot into the running Rakhine crowds and reports say that injured were sent to Sittway hospital, capital of Rakhine state. An army official confirmed the news that they have already received information about collection of arms by Muslim terrorist forces in that area. Latest news suggests that Myanmar Army in Maund Daw is now confronting with armed Bengalis. Moreover, according to Lay Wa Dee media, Bengali guerilla forces were prepared before tensions started to rise which is why it may be considered as a planned action and foreign invasion.

Maung Daw is now under carfew and military control. Police forces are ordered to fire directly towards armed rioter Bengalis. Meanwhile, a well-known local GP Dr Khin Maung Latt and his wife were stabbed seriously by their Bengali housemaid. Resources approve that they are now at hospital and fatally injured.

Ko Ko Kyi, a student leader of 88 generations in Myanmar, made a press conference today regarding such riot issues in Rakhine state.
“I want to say clearly that Rohingyas are not belonged to any ethnic group in Burma. They have no cultural and religious ties with any ethnic group in Burma. Although we have avoided any potentially conflicting issues like racial riots, we have to say today that we will not accept any foreign intervention on rohingya issue without knowing true history of rohingya Bengalis. If some countries want to pressure on Burma/Myanmar for such rohingya problems, we will view it as a threat to our national security.” Ko Ko Kyi says.
In the mean time, Myanmar Muslim Association in Mandalay released a statement about serious condemnation on Rohigyas actions on local resident Rakhines (Arakanese). Currently, according to Yangon Press International, 14 villages were burned down and causalities were not known yet.

Contemporarily, famous exile media such as BBC Burmese, Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), Radio Free Asia Burmese( RFA Burmese), Voice of America Burmese (VOA Burmese), Irrawaddy Magazine and Mizzima Media were viewed by strong nationalists and social activists of Myanmar as major lobbyist for causing such racial tensions. Ko Ko Kyi warned that exile pressures can be one of the contributing factors for such chaotic conditions. On official facebook of a Myanmar Government officer, he requested that exile Burmese Media should not state rioting situations as Religious conflicts.

On facebook, a number of Burmese calling for boycotting such media and lobbyists were spread like wildfire provoking an idea that exile media are lobbying just for their self-interests but not for Burma as they officially announce. On BBC official web page, it was expressed that Maung Daw Islamic residents are protesting as a response to rising religious tensions. In fact, those Bengalis rallied at a central mosque and started to destroy local stores near Central Hall at Maung Daw. Political activists say that such transnational issue is not simply a religious conflict but a huge problem with Immigration Bureau of Myanmar. They said that local Rakhines (Arakanese) were long suffered from troubles created by corrupted staff of Border Security Forces at Maung Daw.

Han Yaung Wai, chairman of DVB, is usually accused of anti-rohingya campaigners as a conspirator in case of rohingya promotion due to released photographs in which he was signing a suspiciously rohingya-promotion agreement with some Arabs. Since there is no cultural and political connection between Myanmar and Arab world either in positive or negative way, Arakanese activists and nationalists accused Han Yaung Wai of bribery for suspected rohingya-promotion agreement.

Others campaigns are Burma Campaign UK, Rohingya Organization UK where Wai Hnin Pwint Thon, daughter of Mya Aye who is a student leader of 88 generation students, is now working, Bangladesh based Rohingya Solidarity Organization which can have connections with Al Queda according to wiki leak cable released from US Embassy Rangoon.

Most Burmese view this riot as foreign invasion supported by international lobbyist groups and exile media.


Bengali Terroists Burnt Rakhine Villages

Bengali terrorists burnt down 17 villages in Maung Taw, Rakhine state of Myanmar.
It was based on the issue where three Bengalis raped and inhumanely killed a Rakhine girl on 28th May, 2012.

Her name is Thida Htwe, was raped and inhumanely killed by Rohingya terrorists.
photo credit to laywaddy

5 days later, 8 Muslims were killed[my] in a bus attack by vigilantes. Such disputes led to be hot issues among netizens online. Some were frustrated, some warned to prevent religious disputes and others stay quiet. Most of the public pointed out the Bengali immigrants that has been threatening the local Rakhines. For the moment on 8th June, 2012, unconfirmed reports said[my] 100 of innocent Rakhine were killed and many injured[violent graphics] and villages were put on fire. Terrorists were believed to prepare for this systematically. Locals mentioned that once they finished Friday service in mosque, a crowd of hundreds Bengalis put the villages on fire. Local Rakhines had to leave the houses and gather at the Buddhist monasteries.

Myanmar Government sent armed forces to settle the vigilantes’ actions but according to Netizens, the situation is not still under control. About 5 hours later, government announced martial law in Maung Taw with immediate effect.

Netizens expressed their anger to Bengali immigrants who claimed themselves as Rohingyas and corruption among immigration officers. 88 Generation Leaders* announced[my] that Rohingya has never been and will never be an ethnic of Myanmar and agreed to cooperate with army and the government to protect innocent Rakhine people.

To hear more genuine voices from netizens, use #Rakhine & #Rohingya on Twitter.
*Biggest revolution protest in Myanmar during 1988 were lead by 88 Generation leaders.

credit to :mmmilitary
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