Authorities clearing burned villages in Maungdaw

Since October 3, 2017, Maungdaw township authorities and Border Guard Police have been jointly organizing the clearing of burned Rohingya villages in Maungdaw, according to Halim, a Human Rights watchdog from Maungdaw. Continue reading

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Refugees question Burmese government’s report of mass Hindu graves

Rohingya refugees from Kha Maung Seik (Fokira Bazar) village tract of northern Maungdaw, where mass graves of Hindus have allegedly been found, say they fled with their Hindu neighbours from attacks by Burmese security forces, and that no ARSA attack took place in their area on August 25.

Hindu mass graves area and surrounding areas of Hidu village

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ARNO: Widespread rape of Rohingya women as a weapon of ethnic-cleansing

Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO)
Press release
30 November 2016

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Widespread rape of Rohingya women as a weapon of ethnic-cleansing

On Friday 25 November, at about 5 a.m. around 500 Myanmar cruel armed forces – most of them local Buddhist Rakhine goons dressed in uniform without badge — had cordoned San They Pyin hamlet of Longdon village-tract in Maungdaw Township. About one hundred of them entered the village and seized and removed nearly 100 women and teenage girls to school field, stripped them naked under gun point and lined them up in lying position and raped. Then they made them walk along the village pathway in nude. Some of the women who defied the inhumaneness were slaughtered. The onslaught lasted until 5 p.m. But five beautiful women were not released and were sexually molested whole night by a group of savage soldiers in their camp whereupon three of them were slaughtered.
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The Burmese army accelerates attacks in northern Arakan

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The Burmese army accelerated assaults on Rohingya civilians in northern Arakanincluding Maungdaw and Rathedaung Townships– since yesterday in the pretext of searching Rohingya militants after the attacks of three BGP camps on October 9 by unknown Rohingya insurgent group, a businessman named Shobbir from Maundaw Town said.
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