သုံးသပ်ချက်-အစိုးရစစ်တပ် မှ မကြာမီက ထုတ်ပြန်သည့် မောင်တောမြောက်ပိုင်းမှာ “အာဆာတိုက်ခိုက်မှု” သတင်းသည် ယုံစရာမရှိ

မကြာသေးမီက မောင်တော မြောက်ပိုင်း လုံခြုံရေး တပ်အား “အာဆာအကြမ်းဖက်သမားတို့တိုက်ခိုက်မှု” သတင်း ကို အစိုးရစစ်တပ်သတင်းထုတ်ပြန်ချက်နဲ့ ထိုတိုက်ခိုက်မှုကိုပင် အာဆာဘက်မှ တင်ထားသော ဗွီဒီယို နဲ့ ကွဲပြား နေတဲ့ အတွက် သံသယ ဝင်ဖွယ်ရာ ဖြစ်နေတယ်။

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Analysis – Suspicious inconsistencies in Burma Army report of recent “ARSA attack” in northern Maungdaw

A recent Burma Army report of an attack by “ARSA terrorists” on security forces in northern Maungdaw differs markedly from a video put out by ARSA of the same attack, raising suspicions about the authenticity of the incident.

             Burmese Military government and their deceitful political games.
                                            Cartoon by Ronnie Palmtrees

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သုံးသပ်ချက် -မောင်တော မြောက်ပိုင်းမှာ “အာဆာအကြမ်းဖက်သောင်းကျန်းသူစခန်း” တွေ့ရှိမှုက ယုံစရာ မရှိ

မြန်မာ့ကာကွယ်ရေး ဦးစီးချုပ်ရုံး ဝက်ပ်ဆိုက်မှာ ဧပြီလ ၈ရက်နေ့က“အာဆာအကြမ်းဖက်သောင်းကျန်းသူ ယာယီ စခန်း” တခုကို လုံခြုံရေး တပ်တွေက
မောင်တောမြောက်ဖက်မှာ တွေ့တယ်၊ ၄င်းစခန်းတွင်တဲနှစ်လုံး၊ကျည်ဆံတချို့၊ လမ်း လျှောက် စကားပြောဖုံးတလုံး၊ ယူနီဖေါင်းတစုံ၊ WFP တံဆိပ်ပါ ဆန်အိတ်၊
ဆီနှင့် ကိုရ်ရမ်ကျမ်းစာအုပ်စတာ တွေကိုလည်း တွေ့တယ်လို့ ကျေညာပါတယ်။ Continue reading “သုံးသပ်ချက် -မောင်တော မြောက်ပိုင်းမှာ “အာဆာအကြမ်းဖက်သောင်းကျန်းသူစခန်း” တွေ့ရှိမှုက ယုံစရာ မရှိ”

Analysis: Implausible discovery of “ARSA terrorist camp” in northern Maungdaw

On April 8, the Burma Army Commander in Chief’s website announced that security forces had found a temporary “ARSA terrorist camp” in northern Maungdaw, consisting of two tents, containing a few rounds of bullets, a walkie-talkie, a camouflage uniform, rice and oil with WFP logos, and an Islamic prayer book -Holy Quran. Continue reading “Analysis: Implausible discovery of “ARSA terrorist camp” in northern Maungdaw”

Rohingyas return white cards to authority

By Fayas Ahmed

On February 11, 2015, President Thein Sein announced that all temporary Registration Certificates (TRCs) known as ‘white cards’ would expire on March 31, and had to be returned to the authorities by 31st May.

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White card returned receipt front side

 

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ROHINGYA: People who belong nowhere

By M. Mizanur Rahman and Tasfi Sal-sabil

REFERRING to statements by some residents and an expert, Aljazeera reported on October 25 that a growing sense of despair had caused a mass migration of at least 8,000 Rohingya Muslims from western Myanmar in the last two weeks. The number of people who have fled since communal violence broke out two years ago is more than 1,00,000. Usually, the popular destinations of these Rohingya people are Bangladesh, Nepal, Thailand, Pakistan and India. In the last few decades, thousands of Rohingyas migrated to Bangladesh from Myanmar.

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Photo : Dailystar.net,  Anurup Kanti Das
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Increasing arbitrary arrests, tortures, detentions and killings in Maungdaw

By Fayas Ahmed

The latest tactics of arbitrary arrests, tortures, detentions and killings of Rohingya innocent people at Maungdaw Township in Arakan State, with false and fabricated allegation has become the daily phenomenon of President Thein Sein’s regime and his accomplices.
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Rohingyas are full citizens of Myanmar

 By Fakhruddin Ahmed

ROHINGYA crisis has been weighing on the world’s conscience for decades.  The UN Human Rights Council lists Myanmar’s 800, 000 Rohingya Muslims among the world’s most persecuted minorities.  Residents of Myanmar for over 600 years, Rohingyas have been stripped of their Myanmar citizenship. Oppression and expulsion have been repeatedly perpetrated on them by Myanmar’s Buddhist majority for centuries.  An estimated 300,000 Rohingyas languish in Bangladeshi and Thai refugee camps.
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Changing dynamics in Myanmar impact Bangladesh’s geopolitics

By Zahedul Amin

On May 28, as the latest skirmish unfolded between Bangladesh’s Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP), leaving one BGB member dead, the uneasy relationship between the two neighbors again came to the fore. Although Bangladesh is mostly surrounded by India, it does share a short border with Myanmar, the importance of which has increased dramatically over the past decade. Despite the recent spate of unrest, Bangladesh is eager to resolve the simmering crisis, especially given Myanmar’s strategic importance as the gateway to China and ASEAN, and as a potential long-term supplier of natural gas.

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