The Rohingya – children of a ‘lesser’ God!

By Habib Siddiqui

On Saturday, December 10, 2016, the Guardian ran a story on two Rohingya women, Noor Ayesha and Sayeda Khatun.

“Noor Ayesha held her last surviving daughter tight as their boat crossed into Bangladeshi waters. She left behind a firebombed home, a dead husband, seven slain children and the soldiers who raped her,” wrote the Guardian.
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Army continuously carrying out mass arrest in northern Arakan

Maungdaw Arakan State:  The Burmese army and border Guard Police (BGP) jointly have been continuously carrying out mass arrests of the Rohingya civilians in Maungdaw and Rathedaung Townships, a trader Mozemmal from Balu Khali said.
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The Rohingya genocide – no longer a myth

By Habib Siddiqui

A genocide is taking place against the Rohingyas of Myanmar. It has been an on-going ethnic cleansing national program in this Buddhist-majority country to erase Muslim presence soon after Burma emerged as an independent state.
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Rohingya face starvation and diseases

By Fayas Ahmed

Nearly 160,000 Rohingyas could be at risk of starvation and diseases such as— pneumonia, diarrhea, dysentery because of blocking aid by the Burmese government and military.
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Rohingya youth shot dead in Maungdaw

Burma border guard police (BGP) shot dead a Rohingya youth in Ngakura village on November 28 at 6:30pm while going back home from local mosque without any reason, an elderly people Habib from the locality said.
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