Monday, January 2, 2017

Myanmar plotted Total-Annihilation instead thorough investigation

Myanmar, the black-hole nation, planned total annihilation of Rohingya muslims from the very beginning. They needed a reason to initiate strike on the armless civil people. When nine police officers were killed in co-ordinated attacks on border posts in Maungdaw, they got their cause in hand. That's why instead of running a proper investigation to find the culprits, they carried out their annihilation plot.

A satellite image of the village of Wa Peik, Maungdaw district on 10 November and then 18 November clearly rectifies the massacre led by Myanmar army backed by the government.

Myanmar army launched a massive security operation immediately and the government led by Aung San Suu Kyi backed them in all possible ways.
The army paired with police & gunmen
-brutally murdered civil people, clearly violated human rights
-raped women from child to old
-burned down maximum houses, somewhere entire village
-pushed civil Rohingyas' to flee from their own homes

Rohingya activists say more than 100 people have been killed and hundreds arrested amid the crackdown on the first day.
Human Rights Watch says "More than 1,200 homes have been razed in villages inhabited by Myanmar's Muslim Rohingya minority in the past six weeks". They released a batch of new satellite images showing 820 structures destroyed between 10-18 November.
 *The BBC cannot independently verify the extent of destruction in Rohingya villages as the government has blocked international journalists from visiting the area, from where tens of thousands of people have fled.

 A BBC correspondent on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border has spoken with fleeing Rohingya families who described what was happening in northern Rakhine as "hell on earth".

Details report on murders:
 Dozens killed as army clashes with Rohingya in Rakhine state, 14-Nov 2016
 At least 86 people have been killed and 30,000 displaced outside Maugndaw in Rakhine state

How divastating the army strike is:

 1. They cordon first:
After speaking to the Rohingya victims, several journalists claimed that Myanmar army organized strikes in very planned manner. The villages they target for attack, cordon the area first and freeze the outer border so that no living person can enter or exit from the village. Victims said when their houses were burnt, they tried to flee from the area towards nearby secured spots, but they never got the chance because the army blocked entire passage with gunshot. Tahmina, a rohingya refugee said "when we were running to nearby village army shot at us, some got injured & caught by the army, some were dead and I could live somehow".

 2. Massacre in group:
After entering the villages, the army fetched the victims from their houses & some caught after being injured by gunshot. Then they make the rohingyas' stand in line and began to torture. They used to beat the people in line, somewhere tied the victims hands & beat severely. Then they killed many of the victims by open fire. They fetched the women including child-girls and raped seamlessly.
Mostofa, a rohingya refugee claimed that local Mog's (tribal) accompanied the army and attacked the rohingyas in groups. They used to beat them, kill them & rape the women.

 3. 70% houses burnt:
The army accompanied by Mogs burned down the Rohingya's houses. They successfully burned more than 70% houses in villages of Maungdaw. Army forced the rohingyas to make out of their hidden places by burning houses, so that they can perform murders.

 4. Strike to force civil people to flee/vacant:
The army forced the civil Rohingyas to vacant their houses and flee from their villages. They use to burn homes, then kill & rape them, push the rest out of the area, so that they can vacant the places.

 5. Ethnic cleansing:
Myanmar is on their verge to ethnic cleansing. They first killed & raped the rohingyas, then force them to flee from their homes where they were born, then they cut down the supply of food & health equipmemnts and put them to die.
UNHCR and Amnesty have accused the Burmese government of “collective punishment,” as the Burmese military carries out counterterrorism operations in the remote and conflict-torn state.
Humanitarian aid workers and independent journalists have been barred from the area since the start of the lockdown. More than 150,000 people who normally receive life-saving assistance have received no food or medical aid for more than six weeks. Over 3,000 children diagnosed with severe acute malnutrition have not received treatment; as many as half of them are at serious risk of death.
Reports of atrocities have surfaced over the past few weeks. Reuters reported that dozens of women claim to have been raped by Burmese soldiers, and Human Rights Watch this week revealed satellite images that appear to show more than 1,200 buildings that had been burned to the ground.

The role of Army:

The total crackdown [massacre combined with death-troll, beating, rapes] came from Myanmar army's head. They planned the outline, initiated things and finally staged it.
 Some harsh terrorists killed 9 policemen and the army began crackdown in vengeance. But the Rohingya area is never gifted with guns & explosives, army & police bind the area so strongly that anybody can't get hold of guns without prior support of army. There are claims that the army sold guns to the terrorists according to their plan. Then they began to massacre.
If you're to believe the army version you have to accept that Rohingya men armed only with "wooden clubs and machetes" would launch attacks on soldiers equipped with guns.
For example- The Myanmar army says it shot dead at least 25 people in Rohingya Muslim villages in restive Rakhine state on Sunday. But he Rohingya images and videos from this last weekend show dead women and children and people fleeing burning homes; Helicopter gunships fly overhead. 
UN's special rapporteur on human rights in Burma, Yanghee Lee, said serious violations, including torture, summary executions, arbitrary arrests and destruction of mosques and homes, threaten the country's fledgling democracy. 

Attack passed to Nadala [army+govt strategy]: 
When human rights organizations began to protest the army for inhuman treatments with Rohingyas, they changed their strategy. The army passed their torture & murder agenda to Nadala which is formed by some rogue young goons & bandits. Now-a-days Nadala continue to torture Rohingyas replacing army.

The role of Government:
The government backed up the army crackdown, protested any criticism against the massacre & tried to prove that nothing happened.
 BBC cannot independently verify the extent of destruction in Rohingya villages as the government has blocked international journalists from visiting the area, from where tens of thousands of people have fled. 
Jokes: The government of Myanmar, says that the Rohingya are setting fire to their own homes to attract international attention.
You also have to accept the idea that the Rohingya are setting fire to their own homes, making themselves intentionally homeless.
State media report that the Rohingya torched 130 homes on Sunday in order to "cause misunderstanding and tension" and get international aid.
Presidential spokesman Zaw Htay accused the group of exaggeration in responding to the report: "Human Rights Watch previously identified 430 destroyed buildings in three villages from satellite images released on 13 November". Because he along with his government believes that they can do whatever they want, then why this reporting? 
"The government should end its blanket denial of wrongdoing and blocking of aid agencies, and stop making excuses for keeping international monitors from the area," said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch. 

The police of Myanmar accompanied the army in this massive crackdown. They participated in beating-killing-rapes-burning.

When the government go wrong, its the responsibility of the politicians to stand for the right and force the govt to change their ugly-moves. But it seems that the politicians of Myanmar either sold to the potential parties or they don't have any conscience, let alone humanity.

Of all the moral precepts instilled in Buddhist monks the promise not to kill comes first, and the principle of non-violence is arguably more central to Buddhism than any other major religion.
But the monks of Myanmar walk in the opposite path of Lord Buddha. Ashin Wirathu, referred to himself bizarrely as "the Burmese Bin Laden" lead the monks in demonic way since 2012. The monks attacked people, burned mosques & houses, and finally began to protest the human aid programs. 
In 2012 March, the monks killed 40 men in Meiktila, in central Burma.
 On Tuesday, Buddhist mobs attacked mosques and burned more than 70 homes in Oakkan, north of Rangoon, after a Muslim girl on a bicycle collided with a monk. One person died and nine were injured.
 The students:
The students are said to lead any nation towards right direction. We have seen many revolutions led by students shape the world to right path like French revolution. But the students of Myanmar puzzled us all. Not a single university or college protested this extreme inhuman crackdown.

 Reporters banned:
The Burmese government is not allowing independent journalists into Rakhine, so it is impossible to verify claims about the scale of the fighting.

Mass exile from Myanmar (total annihilation):

Burmese authorities are carrying out a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya Muslim minority in the country’s western Arakan state, a senior U.N. official said, as the military continues to sweep the area for what it has labeled Islamic militants.

The BBC reports that John McKissick, a representative of the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, said Burmese troops have been “killing men, shooting them, slaughtering children, raping women, burning and looting houses, forcing these people to cross the river” into neighboring Bangladesh.
Families in Rakhine depend largely on humanitarian aid for food and health care, but that support has been cut off for weeks by officials who will not allow outsiders into the region. Under military lockdown, a humanitarian effort to provide food and medicine to more than 150,000 people has been suspended for more than 40 days in the area, home mostly to Rohingya.
Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar poured into neighbouring Bangladesh this week with some feared drowned after a boat sank in a river during a bid to flee escalating violence that has killed at least 86 people and displaced about 30,000.
Some Rohingya refugees have been missing since Tuesday after a group crossed the river Naaf that separates Myanmar and Bangladesh. Those who managed to enter Bangladesh sought shelter in refugee camps or people's homes.
"There was a group of people from our village who crossed the river by boat to come here, but suddenly the boat sank," said Humayun Kabir, the father of three children untraceable since the mishap.
Although many of those on board could swim, and were able to reach the river bank, seven people are still missing, he added, his children among them.
Sirajul Islam, who arrived on Monday at an unregistered camp in Bangladesh's southern coastal town of Teknaf, said he did not know what happened to his eight-member family after soldiers set fire to their home in Rakhine.
"I don't know where my wife and children are," Islam said. "I somehow was able to cross the border to save my life."

 A BBC correspondent, Akbar Hossain on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border has spoken with fleeing Rohingya families who described what was happening in northern Rakhine as "hell on earth".
I had the opportunity to talk to at least five families who fled from their homes in Myanmar to take shelter in Bangladesh, joining more than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims already living here unofficially.
Those I spoke to said the Burmese military are burning the houses of the Rohingya, they are committing torture and women are being raped.
"Instead of responding with military-era style accusations and denials, the government should simply look at the facts and take action to protect all people in Burma, whatever their religion or ethnicity," Human Rights Watch Asia Director Brad Adams said.
He added: "A government with nothing to hide should have no problem granting access to journalists and human rights investigators.''
 But Zaw Htay began to cry on this issue and claimed that all media are posting fake news and only 2 persons are right- Su chi & Then sen.
"The government should end its blanket denial of wrongdoing and blocking of aid agencies, and stop making excuses for keeping international monitors from the area," said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch. 

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