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Panal discussion on Ethnic Cleansing of Burma's Rohingya Muslim from Islam Channel, on 28th May 2009. [part 6]
BANGKOK—Bangladesh is calling on Burma to take "needful" steps to stop a flood of minority Rohingya asylum-seekers over the border.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni told reporters the influx of Rohingya would continue “unless there is a
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Panal discussion on Ethnic Cleansing of Burma's Rohingya Muslim from Islam Channel, on 28th May 2009. [part 01]
(New York) - Burma's neighbors should press the Burmese military government to end systematic abuses of Rohingya Muslims and protect those who flee to their shores, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Human Rights Watch said that the
www.scmp.com After meeting with Chief Executive Donald Tsang and conducting a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva spoke with the South China Morning Post about Thailand's treatment of the Rohingya boatpeople. The Prime Minister promised "no repeats" of the military policy of towing the Rohingya out to sea and abandoning them, but added that officials involved had been cleared by an internal investigation. Mr Abhisit promised that fresh ...
www.scmp.com If not exactly a breakthrough, the Bali Process on Human Trafficking this week has at least raised hopes that practical ways can be found to ease the plight of the Rohingya, a stateless Muslim tribe living under exceptional persecution in Myanmars Rahkine state. The conference was only the third ministerial meeting of the summit, a little known grouping of 75 mostly Asian-Pacific countries and international agencies, such as the UNs refugee body. In this video report, the SCMP's ...
First ever Rohingya delegate at UN Human Rights Council.
The Rohingya leadership must be held accountable for their responsibility in the continuing hatred from the Myanmar government towards the Rohingya's. Good leaders work for the saftey of their people, and I suggest if we inspect what little or nothing the Rohingya leaders have done to help those suffering back home in Arakhan we can conclude the current Rohingya leaders have not done so great a job. With the greatest of respect I suggest unless new and better Rohingya leaders rise up then ...
Rohingya exodus continues
Rohingyas are 100% Arakanese nor Bangalis.Mogh`s are always Racist and they dont want Democracy in Burma
World untold Stories about Rohingya People. Source From CNN... [EDIT BY PRINC3]
Waves of Burma's minority Rohingya fleeing oppression and poverty in their country have added pressure on Southeast Asian nations to find a solution to their plight. Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are meeting in Thailand this week and are to discuss the issue. But as Daniel Schearf reports from Bangkok, human rights activists and the Rohingya people who escaped Burma have little hope the regional organization will help them.
UN meets Thai offical to discuss Rohingya
very nice rohingya song by habib batata with nice pictures.i hope you will enjoy.
FREEDOM IS NOT FREE !!!!!
CHANG: Another group of refugees from an oppressed Muslim group, the Rohingya, have been found in the waters of Asia. They say fled persecution in Myanmar--but when they ended up Thailand's waters, the Thai army towed them back out to sea and abandoned them. They were then found by Indonesian fishermen and brought to safety there. Here's an update on the fate of the Rohingya people. STORY: These refugees are the latest Rohingya boat people to accuse Thai authorities of towing them out to sea ...
Another group of 200 Rohingya have been rescued off the coast of Sumatra. They tell of mis-treatment at the hands of the Thai military, with 22 dying on board their boat which was set adrift for three weeks without food or supplies. Many are now receiving medical treatment for severe dehydration. Some are in critical condition. Many have sighn of injuries on their bodies. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen has this report.
Rohingya Demonstration in fornt of myanmar embassy in tokyo,japan ,3.2.2009
Testimony of witness on rape case occurred in Dum Dum Meah refugee camp
There have been new claims of abuse against a group of muslim Rohingya migrants. They were part of boat people who fled Myanmar, where they face persecution, and ended up in Indonesia after being expelled from Thailand. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen has spoken to a group of Rohingyas in Indonesia's Aceh province.
International Community is expressing grave concern at the continued forced repatriation of Rohngya refugees from Thailand.
Al Jazeera has spoken to a group of Muslim Rohingyas, who say they were attacked by Myanmar border patrol officers, as they tried to flee the country. They say their boat was boarded, many of them were beaten and burnt - and that the soldiers even attempted to sink the vessel. Selina Downes reports from the town of Ranong, in southern Thailand.
BBC interview with Mr Tun Khin, President of Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK, about Brussels EU Lobby Trip on 6th November 2008. [EDIT BY PRINC3]
Al Jazeera live interview with Mr. Nurul Islam at 15:45 on 24 of January 2009 in London. [EDIT BY PRINC3]
The Indian Coast Guard has released a harrowing video account of its rescue of Rohingya boatpeople last month, showing skeletal men crowded on the gunwales of their sinking vessel. More than 300 of the boat's original contingent died and 88 were rescued.
A group of 300 people rohingyas refugees group front UNHCR to give away memorandum to UNHCR's officer, pressing for all rohingyas refugees was in Malaysia so that sent to third country (by Rafiq, Rohingya Press)
There's an emerging scandal today the Thai armys alleged mistreatment of hundreds of ethnic Rohingya refugees from Myanmar. We now have more details about the plight of these boat people - apparently beaten then towed out to sea. Some of the migrants managed to reach Indonesia, and Al Jazeera has obtained the first video showing their shocking physical condition. Azhhar Sukri has more.
Arakan belong to Rohingya. But it was invaded by the then Burmese King, Buudaw Phaya in 1784. But the Rohingya have been struggling since then through every side they can...
As many as 50 people rohingya gathered before The Royal Thailand Embassy and The Goverment Bangladesh to send memorandun. (by mohd rafiq)rohingyapress.weebly.com
A group of 350 people rohingyas refugees group front UNHCR to give away memorandum to UNHCR's officer, pressing for all rohingyas refugees was in Malaysia so that sent to third country (by Rafiq, Rohingya Press) www.rohingyapress.weebly.com
proude to be a rohingya.dubbing rohingya language burma
Security Awareness Campaign was lunched last year to reduce crime in Makkah and make Makkah without crime,
The Rohingya are a Muslim Ethnic group of the Northern Rakhine State of Western Burma who fled what Amnesty International has called human rights violations since the 1970s. In order to escape discrimination and racist attacks many have taken refuge in jungles and abandoned places. However, Rohingya children cannot enrol in local schools because Malaysian law does not recognise their refugee status. The UNHCR has set up several small community schools which try to give these children a ...
COX'S BAZAR, 29 October 2008 (IRIN) - Thousands of Rohingya, Muslim residents from Myanmar's northern Rakhine State, continue to languish in southern Bangladesh almost two decades after fleeing Myanmar.
"Our lives are miserable," said Mostafa
First Cartoon in Rohingyan Language
The Voice of Rohingya is a broadcasting programme of the Rohingya Review: www.rohingyareview.com
The Voice of Rohingya is a broadcasting programme of the Rohingya Review: www.rohingyareview.com
A broadcasting programme of the Rohingya Review : www.rohingyareview.com
A broadcasting programme of the Rohingya Review: www.rohingyareview.com
Showing the good works of the UK Rohingya organisation who are working very hard to help their families back home in Arakhan and in refugee camps.
This is a trial version of The Voice of Rohingya, the first broadcasting programme of Rohingyas from Norway which has been initiated by The Rohingya Review. www.rohingyareview.com. The genuine version will be online by August 2008.
Performing Arts Humanitarian Outreach. On March 28, 2008, St. John's School Students donated school supplies for the refugee children at Rohingya Schools in Kuala Lumpur. The schools for the Rohingya children is a project of the United Nations High Commission on Refugees and run by the Tzu Chi Foundation in Malaysia. (Translation subtitles by high school students.)
In March 2007 Amnesty International Australia joined UNHCR, the Centre for Refugee Research, and a number of other Australian NGOs for consultations with Burmese, Rohingyan, refugees in camps in Bangladesh. The aim of the mission was to work with the refugees, document human rights violations, and where possible to develop solutions addressing some of the appalling conditions facing those in the camps. The findings of the visit were taken to the UN in June 2007 and an official report was ...