Government strategy paper on Rohingyas

Let humanitarianism prevail

By C.R. Abrar

JUNE 20 marked the World Refugee Day. The day beckoned the fortunate ones who have a place to call home to reflect and ponder on those who cannot go back to their homes for fear of persecution. This day, therefore, provides an opportunity to engage in soul searching about how as a nation we should treat those who come to our land fleeing persecution.

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Breaking News : BGP open fire at night in Maungdaw

Burma border guard police open fired in the night since June 18 and 19, in difference place- Alay Than Kyaw, Paungzarr and Maungni villages – for hearing the boats sailing sound in the Naf river according to the border guard police.

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Dhaka supports efforts to ensure rights of Rohingya

Dhaka, Bangladesh: Dhaka supports efforts of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation – OIC – to promote rights and welfare of the minority Muslim community in Rakhine State with cooperation from Burmese government, said Bangladesh Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali on June 18, quoted by Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS).

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Joint Statement on terrorizing the Rohingya once again to identify as Bengali

Date: 13.06.2014

The government of Burma/Myanmar had conducted the scheduled nationwide UN sponsored census on 30 March-10 April. But it has discriminately excluded the entire Rohingya population from the census for self-identifying their Rohingya ethnicity.

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