President and Prime Minister urge Myanmar to settle Rohingya issue

President Abdul Hamid urged the outgoing Myanmar Ambassador in Dhaka Myo Myint Than to convey the message to his government to repatriate the Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh when the ambassador made a farewell call on him at Bangabhaban, on May 11 at afternoon, according to press release, government office.

Abul Hamid, the president of Bangladesh

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Rehabilitate Displaced Rohingyas in their original places and properties in Arakan

Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO)

Press release

29 April 2017

Rehabilitate Displaced Rohingyas in their original places and properties in Arakan

Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) strongly condemns the Myanmar government plan to resettle Rohingya Muslims displaced by recent atrocity crimes in “camp-like” villages.
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The Annan Commission needs to be successful

By Habib Siddiqui

On Friday, 19 August 2016, the first World Rohingya Day demonstrations took place around the world. Rallies and demonstrations took place in London, UK; Washington DC, New York, Chicago; Toronto, Canada; Stockholm, Sweden; Boston; Los Angeles; and many other places. The speakers demanded end to the ongoing genocide of Rohingya people who are indigenous people of Myanmar (formerly Burma) living in their ancestral lands.
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Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ problem

By Habib Siddiqui

Human rights groups say the Rohingya people are one of the most persecuted ethnic groups in the world. My own research work on endangered people has also shown that they are the most persecuted people in our time. More than a million people in Myanmar from the Muslim minority are currently stateless, and genocidal violence in the country’s west has put nearly 140,000 of them in internment camps.
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Whither Suu Kyi’s Government?

By Habib Siddiqui

The NLD party declared last week that Aung San Suu Kyi will be foreign minister in Myanmar’s first civilian government for decades. The constitution, drafted and approved by the powerful military, had blocked her from becoming the presidency. Nonetheless, she vowed to rule above the man picked as president, Htin Kyaw, in the government which comes to power next week in the former army-ruled nation.
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ARNO Press Release: UN Commission of Inquiry Most Urgent

ARAKAN ROHINGYA NATIONAL ORGANISATION
(Press release, 30 October 2015)
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UN Commission of Inquiry Most Urgent

Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) reiterates its call on the United Nations to establish independent investigation into genocide against Rohingya people in Myanmar. Continue reading