Ready to take all necessary measures and actions: OIC Secretary General

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) declared the organization was “ready to take all necessary measures and actions” in dealing with the impending crisis, at the contact group meeting on the violence against Muslims in Burma that was held in Jeddah on March 30,  according to OIC press release.

The contact group meeting on the violence against Muslims in Burma that was held in Jeddah

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Burma handovers four Bangladeshis

Teknaf, Bangladesh:  Burma’s border security force (Nasaka) handed over four Bangladeshis -three policemen and one civilian-to Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) today before noon after flag meeting between two countries at Maungdaw, Burma, said a BGB official.   Continue reading “Burma handovers four Bangladeshis”

Police extorting money from Rohingyas

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Crimes investigating police officer – U Than Htay- from Maungdaw police station is extorting huge amount of money from Rohingyas by forcing them involvement in the murder of March 28, according to an elder from Maungdaw. Continue reading “Police extorting money from Rohingyas”

Rathedaung Juma Mosque’s brick fence destroyed

Rathedaung, Arakan State: The Rathedaung Juma Mosque (Zedi Pyin)’s brick fence was totally destroyed on March 28, night by local Rakhine villager ( anti-Rohingya), according to a local leader said on condition of anonymity.   Continue reading “Rathedaung Juma Mosque’s brick fence destroyed”

Natala villagers loot crop fields in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: A group of Natala villagers from Udaung, Maungdaw south are looting the crop fields – chili and potato- recently while the owners of crops were not available, said a villager on condition of anonymity. Continue reading “Natala villagers loot crop fields in Maungdaw”

The Government could have stopped this: HWR report

In June 2012, deadly sectarian violence erupted in western Burma’s Arakan State between ethnic Arakan Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims (as well as non-Rohingya Muslims). The violence broke out after reports circulated that on May 28 an Arakan woman was raped and killed in the town of Ramri allegedly by three Muslim men. Details of the crime were circulated locally in an incendiary pamphlet, and on June 3, a large group of Arakan villagers in Toungop stopped a bus and brutally killed 10 Muslims on board. Human Rights Watch confirmed that local police and soldiers stood by and watched the killings without intervening.

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OIC secretary General, UN, International community condemn spreading of violence against Muslims in Burma

Chittagong, Bangladesh: The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu strongly condemned the recent spreading of the violence against Muslims in Burma at the hands of extremist Buddhists, according to arabtody.net on March 25.

Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the OIC Secretary General
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