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Explainer: Who Are Rohingya Muslims, Why India Wants To Deport Them & Is It Ethical ?

  Aug 17, 2017 at 11:29    

 Explainer:Who Are Rohingya Muslims, Why India Wants To Deport Them & Is It Ethical?

by Gaura  Naithani

The Rohingya community residing in India is in a state of chaos and fear ever since the government announced its plan to deport around 40,000 illegal Rohingya immigrants from the country.

“All of us are worried and scared. We are very hopeful of the India government but why only Rohingyas? We can’t go back to our country,” Shabbir Faisal Ahmed, founder of the NGO Rohingya Human Rights and a refugee himself told ScoopWhoop News.

According to Rohingya Human Rights initiative, close to 1100 migrants live in the capital alone, 800 of whom are registered by the UNHCR. The largest number is in Jammu, estimated to be 10,000.

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijju had directed state authorities to identify and deport illegal immigrants including Rohingya | Source: Reuters

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Burma covers up its systematic abuse of a minority group

   The Post’s View Opinion

Burma covers up its systematic abuse of a minority group

Jamalida, a Rohingya refu¬gee from Burma. (Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

By Editorial Board     August 17 at 7:30 PM

IN FEBRUARY, the United Nations released a report detailing the Burmese government’s human rights abuses against the long-suffering Rohingya Muslim minority in Rakhine state — abuses that likely amounted to crimes against humanity. Burma should have responded by allowing U.N. investigators into the country and creating accountability mechanisms to prevent further violations. Instead, a government inquiry has concluded that there is “no evidence of crimes” and that “people from abroad have fabricated news claiming genocide had occurred.” Read more ›

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It’s time for the U.S. to pressure Burma on human rights — once again

  DemocracyPost  Opinion

By Olivia Enos and Hunter Marston July 18 , 2017                                                                                               Olivia Enos is a policy analyst in the Heritage Foundation’s Asian Studies Center. Hunter Marston is a Washington-based Burma analyst who writes on U.S. foreign policy and Southeast Asia.

Border police are shown last week at Ngayantchaung village, Buthidaung township, in Burma’s northern Rakhine state. (Hla Htay/Agence France-Presse)

At the end of June, authorities in Burma — including the country’s leader, Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi — denied United Nations investigators access to Rakhine state, where the Burmese military is allegedly abusing the Muslim minority Rohingya. The action placed Burma on a short list of nations that have denied U.N. access in their countries. The list includes the unsavory regimes of North Korea, Venezuela, Congo and Syria.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s decision is a huge disappointment to U.S. policymakers who hoped that the Obama-era velvet-glove approach to Burma (also known as Myanmar) would improve conditions for the nation’s long-suffering people. Read more ›

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Bangladesh ramps up border patrols to deter fresh Rohingya inflow

   August 17, 2017 / 4:01 AM /      

Bangladesh ramps up border patrols to deter fresh Rohingya inflow

Rohingya refugee boys play football at the Kutupalang Makeshift Refugee Camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, July 8, 2017.Mohammad Ponir Hossain/Files

COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh/YANGON (Reuters) – Bangladesh has stepped up patrols on its border with Myanmar, following reports that about 1,000 Rohingya Muslims crossed into the country in the past two weeks, amid fresh tension in its neighbour’s northwestern Rakhine state.

Security forces in Buddhist-majority Myanmar launched a massive crackdown in the state after Rohingya insurgents killed nine police in October, but the flow of refugees into Bangladesh had slowed until hundreds more soldiers were deployed recently. Read more ›

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Myanmar’s Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingya (part 2 of 2): former Norway PM Bondevik

Myanmar’s Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingya (part 2 of 2): former Norway PM Bondevik 

Dr. Maung Zarni

Published on Jun 19, 2015
Former Norwegian PM Mr Bondevik: “Myanmar’s Ethnic Cleansing: Silent diplomacy with Myanmar is not working. Now is time for clear demands and expectations.
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