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It’s high time for stopping the slow-burning genocide in Myanmar

It’s high time for stopping the slow-burning genocide in Myanmar

By Dr.Habib Siddiqui Every day I receive dozens of emails. Most of these emails (at least 30) are about Myanmar’s inhuman treatment of the minorities. It is simply depressing to read the sad stories of their extermination, aptly termed the slow-burning genocide by Dr. Maung Zarni, a fellow human rights activist. Who would have thought that in a Buddhist country, ...

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Eid-Ul-Fitr Greetings (Mubarak) to all Muslims

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By Arakan Times Eid Ul Fitr is a Holy and happy day for all Muslims on Earth. It will be celebrated across the world by Muslims on 25 June 2017 with much festivity and fan-fare and in some South-East countries on 26 June 2017. So, we the Arakan Times Media Team would like to Greet or Eid Mubarak the Muslims ...

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Swedish Rohingya Association demonstrates in front of Swedish Parliament House

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By Arakan Times Swedish Rohingya Association (SRA) organized a demonstration which was held in front of Swedish Parliament House today, 13 June 2017 where it raised several issues of Rohingya people of Arakan, Myanmar. The demonstration was organized by Swedish Rohingya Association along with the European Rohingya Council (ERC) where hundreds of people took part at the demonstration. SRA invited ...

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Briefing on 3rd June

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With honor, I would like to convey a message to all of you, Rohingyas and non-Rohingas including Myanmar government and its Buddhist majorities that “We remember 3rd June and We will never forget it”. Today is 3rd June; we Rohingyas are too disappointed and remembering to those innocent pilgrims who were going back to their homes from Arakan. They came ...

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Independent international fact- finding mission on Myanmar

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By Aman Ullah The President of the Human Rights Council, Ambassador Joaquín Alexander Maza Martelli (El Salvador), announced on 30 May the appointment of Ms. Indira Jaising (India), Ms. Radhika Coomaraswamy (Sri Lanka) and Mr. Christopher Dominic Sidoti (Australia) to serve as the three members of the Fact-finding Mission on Myanmar. Ms. Jaising will serve as Chair of the three-person ...

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Rohingya residents in fear following sudden deployment of army in three townships

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26 May 017 AT Staff Report Myanmar has recently deployed tens of thousands of military in every village under Maungdaw, Buthidaung and Rathedaung Townships causing panic among the Rohingya Muslims in the areas. According to report, the army from upper Arakan State has been sent by Myanmar government to western Arakan particularly Maungdaw, Buthidaung and Rathedaung. The army has taken ...

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Ramzan Mubarak Ramadan Time Table 1438 Hijri 2017 Made by Arakan Times Imsakia-ramadan-makkah-Saudi-Arabia-2017-امساكية-رمضان-1438-مكة-المكرمة

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Imsakia-ramadan-makkah-Saudi-Arabia-2017امساكية رمضان 1438 مكة المكرمة Dear brother & sisters, Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh You will be glad to know that Arakan Times (AT) has made a Time Table for the month of Ramadan-2017. It is for everyone to use in the month of Ramadan which is only applicable for Makkah and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. The Time Table ...

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Rohingyas: “We are silently facing ongoing genocide and the world is just using words are not enough to solve the issue”

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By Mir Ahmed Siddiquee Rohingyas are facing genocidal attacks of Myanmar’s long term plan to clean out Muslims especially Rohingyas from their ancestral land, Arakan (today’s Rakhine state). Read here: Rohingya’s documents & historical proof: https://twitter.com/mir_sidiquee/status/731793514581901312 The trigger point for the recent escalation against Rohingyas in Myanmar; said October 9, 2017 while 9 police officers were killed and 4 were ...

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Why Rohingya Equality and Identity in Myanmar?

Members of a Buddhist nationalist group shout slogans during a protest outside U.S. Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar against the embassy's April 20, 2016 statement with the word "Rohingya" Thursday, April 28, 2016. Myanmar nationalist believe long-persecuted and stateless Muslim minority in western Rakhine state who self identify themselves as "Rohingya" as illegal immigrants from neighboring Bangladesh and refer to them as "Bengalis." About 400 protesters, including Buddhist monks, marched in front of the embassy and held a protest rally. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

By Wei Wei Nu I belong to an ethnic group that, according to my government, does not exist. In the past few weeks, ultra-nationalist protesters have proudly proclaimed, “There are no Rohingya in our country.” And then the NLD government requested foreign embassies to refrain from using the term “Rohingya”, reportedly stating that “the controversial term does not support the national reconciliation process ...

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