မြန်မာစစ်တပ်သည် မောင်တောတစ်လျှောက် သင်္ဘောများဖြင့် စစ်သည် ၃၀၀၀ ကျော်စေလွှတ်ခဲ့

၂၀၂၀ ခုနှစ်၊ စက်တင်ဘာ ၁၀ ရက်မှ စ၍ အင်းဒင်းရှိ မောင်တောကမ်းခြေမှ ရေတပ်သင်္ဘော ၄ စီးမှ မြန်မာစစ်တပ် ၃၀၀၀ ကျော်ကို သယ်ဆောင်ခဲ့ပြီး မောင်တောမြောက်ပိုင်းနှင့်တောင်ပိုင်းတို့တွင် နေရာချထားခဲ့သည်ဟု ရိုဟင်ဂျာ စက်လှေမောင်းနှင်းသူများကပြောကြားသည်။ Continue reading “မြန်မာစစ်တပ်သည် မောင်တောတစ်လျှောက် သင်္ဘောများဖြင့် စစ်သည် ၃၀၀၀ ကျော်စေလွှတ်ခဲ့”

Burma Army deploys over 3,000 ship-borne troops across Maungdaw

Since September 10, over 3,000 Burma Army troops have disembarked from four navy ships off the Maungdaw coast at Inn Din, and been deployed to northern and southern Maungdaw, according to Rohingya boat drivers forced to transport the troops. Continue reading “Burma Army deploys over 3,000 ship-borne troops across Maungdaw”

မြန်မာစစ်တပ် မှ အင်အား ၁၀၀၀ ခန့် အင်းဒင်း မှ မောင်တောမြောက်ပိုင်း သို့ တစ်ညတည်း စက်လှေဖြင့် ရောက်ရှိလာ

၂၀၂၀ ပြည့်နှစ်၊ စက်တင်ဘာ ၁၁ ရက် နံနက်စောစောတွင် မောင်တောမြောက်ပိုင်းသို့ မြန်မာစစ်တပ်အင်အား ၁၀၀၀ ခန့်သည် စက်လှေဖြင့် ရောက်ရှိလာသည်ဟု ရိုဟင်ဂျာ စက်လှေမောင်းနှင်သူတစ် ဦး က အင်းဒင်မှ ညနေပိုင်းတွင်စစ်သားများကို သယ်ယူပို့ဆောင်ပေးခဲ့သည့်ဟု ပြောဆိုသည်။ Continue reading “မြန်မာစစ်တပ် မှ အင်အား ၁၀၀၀ ခန့် အင်းဒင်း မှ မောင်တောမြောက်ပိုင်း သို့ တစ်ညတည်း စက်လှေဖြင့် ရောက်ရှိလာ”

1,000 Burma Army troops arrive overnight by boat to northern Maungdaw from Inn Din

About 1,000 Burma Army troops arrived by boat in northern Maungdaw early in the morning of September 11, 2020, according to a Rohingya boat driver forced to transport the troops overnight from Inn Din. Continue reading “1,000 Burma Army troops arrive overnight by boat to northern Maungdaw from Inn Din”

“Leaving no one behind” amidst genocide: the Myanmar government’s response to Covid-19 in Rakhine State

Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO)

Press Release: 1 May 2020
“Leaving no one behind” amidst genocide: the Myanmar government’s response to Covid-19 in Rakhine State

On April 10, 2020, the Myanmar Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a press release, “Myanmar leaves no one behind in its fight against COVID-19 in Rakhine State,” describing its intensified efforts to raise public awareness about the virus “in Rakhine and Muslim villages and IDP camps,” and to work with the UN and INGOs to address any possible outbreak in the IDP camps. Continue reading ““Leaving no one behind” amidst genocide: the Myanmar government’s response to Covid-19 in Rakhine State”

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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Fire brigade restricts cooking in Maungdaw during university entrance exams

The Maungdaw fire brigade has issued a restriction to town residents of Block Two not to cook in the morning during the university entrance examinations starting on March 13, according to a block administration member. Continue reading “Fire brigade restricts cooking in Maungdaw during university entrance exams”

Two Rohingya refugees killed in gunfight with Bangladesh special forces

Two Rohingya refugees were killed in a reported gunfight between a gang of robbers and Bangladesh’s Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members at Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar on March 12. Continue reading “Two Rohingya refugees killed in gunfight with Bangladesh special forces”

Coming to the defense of the persecuted is noble and not bullying

On Friday, December 27, 2019, a resolution titled “Situation of human rights of Rohingya Muslims and other minorities in Myanmar” was passed with an overwhelming majority of votes during the 74th session of UN General Assembly at its 52nd resumed meeting, held at the UN headquarters in New York. This resolution follows the UN’s Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar report (dated 22 October 2019) that declared Myanmar is failing in its obligations under the Genocide Convention to prevent, investigate and enact effective legislation criminalizing and punishing genocide.

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Rohingya victims demand OECD investigate Telenor’s complicity in genocide

Today (December 16), Rohingya victims of Burma’s genocidal operations in Maungdaw, Arakan State, filed an official complaint to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on violations of its investment guidelines by Norway’s state-owned Telenor company, demanding an independent investigation into the use of Telenor infrastructure by Burmese security forces to carry out atrocities against Rohingya.

Alethankyaw killing field report cover

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