It takes a nation to protect the nation
What’s The Truth About The Rohingya Crisis?
- Sep 07, 2017, 10:31 am
What is it that is not sounding quite right about the Rohingya refugee crisis? That thing we’re not quite able to put our finger on?
Ah! There it is. The reason for it!
Why on earth has the Myanmar army led by Nobel peace prize hero, Aung San Suu Kyi, suddenly begun picking on this innocent folk called the Rohingya, who have just been going about their business all these decades?
Perhaps it’s because they haven’t merely been going about their business.
A violent Islamist group called the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) is forcing all Rohingya males – even very young boys – to attack Rakhine Buddhists and other civilians and to provoke the Myanmar army into violence. This group has been getting its funding and weapons from Islamic countries like Pakistan and Malaysia and its training from al-Qaeda and Taliban in Afghanistan.
(Note: Western liberals, the mainstream media and the Saudi-backed United Nations (UN) have not bothered to call out the human rights violations perpetrated by ARSA against the Rakhine civilians, as well as against the Rohingya who were being forced to commit acts of terror.)
The other aspect that is gnawing at this writer is the dearth of material evidence that Myanmar’s army is, in fact, persecuting the Rohingya Muslims as monstrously as the latter and the UN claim.
In June 2015, it was discovered that many of the horrifying videos and images of the Rohingya massacre being circulated on social media and major news outlets were of other disasters – the devastating earthquake in China, violent Tibetan activism in India, the terrorism of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in Sri Lanka, and even an oil tanker on fire in the Congo. However, let us give the Rohingya the benefit of the doubt and assume that they have not, in fact, torched their own homes for international attention, as the Myanmar government is claiming (though this writer would not put arson-jihad past ARSA).
Take Maungdaw, for instance, where the Myanmar army last week burnt down the homes of innocent Rohingya. Precisely a week prior to this incident, ARSA had attacked soldiers and Rakhine civilians in the area, who then had to flee their homes and hide in a monastery in Taung Bazaar. The victims in this scenario are clearly all the non-ARSA parties – all the Rohingya and the local Rakhines not engaging in jihadi violence.
Yet, this still begs the question – why the Rohingya? Why are they – the Muslims of Bangladeshi origin – the only community in a nation where over a hundred different ethnic groups of various religions coexist peacefully, being targeted?
The answer lies in the demystified history of the Rohingya. Since the 1940s (even before Saudi oil money, al-Qaeda training, etc), many Rohingya Muslims tried to wage “jihad” against Myanmar (burning Rakhine villages and massacring Buddhists for decades) and upon realising that they’d lost their bid for an Islamic nation, they have been, since the 1990s, trying to gain citizenship.
Fed up and in no mood to reward this community for its sedition with citizenship, Myanmar has taken a good look at its neighbours, Malaysia and Indonesia – where Buddhism is waning, Islamism is increasing, and homosexuals and women are being caned in public, and has simply decided to expel all Rohingya Muslims from its country before the same fate hits home.
Nevertheless, there are thousands of Rohingya who are simply innocent victims – collateral damage, so to speak – in this conflict. In spite of the community’s checkered history, the non-violent Rohingya deserve to be treated differently and separately from ARSA. They deserve the protection and citizenship of a nation – that is their human right. Historically, the Rohingya were brought as slaves from Bangladesh to Burma by the British. Why doesn’t the United Kingdom take them in and give them refugee status or citizenship? The Rohingya have more in common with the Bangladeshis in terms of religious and cultural identity and, moreover, they share the same ethnicity. What’s holding Bangladesh back? Turkey’s Erdoğan is even willing to cover the costs for Bangladesh taking in these refugees.
The fact is, these countries know only too well what Myanmar already knows – that certain organisations are secretly encouraging and spreading Islamist ideologies among the Rohingya and will not cease to do so. Suu Kyi has explicitly stated that international organisations have been complicit in aiding Rohingya militants. But she has been pooh-poohed by Zeid bin Ra’ad al-Hussein from Saudi Arabia and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (which is ironical, like Saudi Arabia’s elevation to the UN Women’s Rights Commission; it’s his word against Suu Kyi’s, and the world has chosen to ignore hers).
Reports of rapes committed by the Myanmar army against the Rohingya have their sources in the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Some reports have come from Al Jazeera; that requires no further explanation.
In the meantime, Saudi Arabia is busy bombing Yemen into oblivion and starving millions of Yemeni children to death, all the while singling out Israel and Myanmar for human rights violations.
Why is this writer finding it hard to view the Rohingya crisis as real and not a hoax?
There is a growing discussion on FaceBook on this issue.
Here is one exchange i had after i posted the link to this page. I am 'Kinana Nadir'. i have not mentioned the names of the others as I am not sure if that page is public.
This is a part of international conspiracy by Jehadi group to curve [carve] out an Islamic country comprising two hiil districts of Bangladesh and the Rakhinne of Burma.
FROM: Kinana Nadir
What you say is the pattern throughout history. Recent history show that this Muslim carving has happened, for example in Kosovo. It is being attempted in Mindinoa, Philippines.
TO: Kinana Nadir from another:
I believe the Rohingya are not radical in their religion. 'Muslim carving' happens whenever Islamists are able to invest in a country where Muslims are oppressed and exploit their situation. It did happen in Kossovo to a degree, yet the local populace there stood against the Islamists when these extremists demanded the removal of the statues of Mother Teresa, and Skanderbeg the national hero, in Prishtina the capital. The people, both Christian and Muslim, came together and defiantly stood in front of those statues. Supporting the Muslim reformists will block any attempt by these political Islamists to destroy a culture with their cancer. Therefore, the Rohingya should be supported or the danger is that they will be forced to go over to the Islamist cause.
Reply from: Kinana Nadir
Your comment sounds like a threat. Accommodate moderate Muslims and give in to all their demands or they will turn radical and seek to get their way by force.
Your comment, contrary to your stated intentions, prove just the opposite of what you are saying! And where do Islamists come from? They come from Islam and the teachings found there in. And those teachings are ever present, always pushing the so-called moderate Muslims to act in a stronger way to impose Islam on non-Muslims.
You say that 'the Rohingya are not radical in their religion.' But you left a word out. They 'are not radical in their religion NOW.' You cannot tell, or promise, me that they will forever remain moderate. Instead you tell me just the opposite!
Myanmar's Rohingya crisis and Soros ; http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-09-10/myanmars-rohingya-crisis-g...
Former State Dept Diplomat on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar: 'I Don't Accept the Narrative'
The transcript:F24: You were chief of mission in Burma from 1999 to 2002, it was a time that Aung San Suu Kyi was an icon, a beacon of peaceful resistance. She was put under house arrest while you were there. Has your perception of her changed in the past two weeks?
Clapp: No. I simply don’t accept the narrative that we just heard.
There was indeed a terrorist attack in Rakhine. It came from outside, it was perpetrated by people in the Rohingya diaspora living in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia coming in through Bangladesh. And they have killed a lot of security forces.
This started in October and the latest attack was timed to follow the recommendations, the presentation of the recommendations of the Kofi Annan international commission on Rakhine, which Aung Sun Suu Kyi has accepted and agreed to implement. These recommendations call for a long-term solution there. She was already working on it when it was disrupted by this latest terrorist attack. Their tactics are terrorism. There’s no question about it.
[Kyi is] not calling the entire Rohingya population terrorists, she is referring to a group of people who are going around with guns, machetes, and IEDs and killing their own people in addition to Buddhists, Hindus, and others that get in their way.
They have killed a lot of security forces, and they are wreaking havoc in the region. The people who are running and fleeing out to Bangladesh are not only fleeing the response of the security forces, they are fleeing their own radical groups because they’ve been attacking Rohingya, and in particular the leadership who were trying to work with the government on the citizenship process and other humanitarian efforts that were underway there.
This has all been thrown into a [inaudible] right now with the confusion that has been sown by this latest attack. And I think that the international community has to sort out the facts before making accusations.
The terror attacks that Clapp referenced were committed by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) -- the group launched attacks on 30 northern border outposts on August 25, killing 71 security personnel.
ARSA launched attacks last October that kicked off most of the recent waves of violence:
The real narrative peeks out in BBC reporting about 5 mins into the blubbing about "Muslim victims"... comments like "the Rohingya militants offer to lay down their arms".
Here's the best explanation I've seen. It's an utter disgrace the fraudulent, one-sided journalism we get from BBC, Telegraph, etc.
The Lady comes in for some roasting from the Guardian and Desmond Tutu.
Aung San Suu Kyi is supposed to sort everything out and condemn and stop everything bad.
[But] domestically the issue is clear-cut. Hatred of the Rohingya is the one thing that unites almost everyone in Myanmar, said another diplomat: “The extremist Buddhists, the masses, the army, and even the NLD.”
But maybe she knows more about what is happening in Myanmar than the international observers. Maybe she even knows more about Islam and Muslim terrorists than these observers.
As with most articles re Islam, The Guardian is not allowing comments.
India now also shows the way on Rohingya ! ; http://www.latimes.com/world/asia/la-fg-india-rohingya-20170918-sto...
as does the Central African Republic ; http://thehill.com/opinion/international/351211-the-central-african...
The truth behind Myanmar’s Rohingya insurgency
While the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army claims to be fighting an ethno-nationalist struggle, its leaders and extremist group links point towards a wider regional agenda
While Myanmar’s emergent Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) claims it’s like other ethnic armed groups fighting for self-determination across the country and should not be branded as a terrorist organization, the realities on the ground tell a different tale.
ARSA represents an entirely new type of insurgency, one which the Myanmar military has demonstrated it is wholly ill-equipped to combat...
According to intelligence analysts, its mentor is Abdus Qadoos Burmi, another Pakistani of Rohingya descent. Likewise based in Karachi, he has appeared in videos spread on social media calling for ‘jihad’ in Myanmar.
The Islamic way of :
How to make yourself feel welcome by a new country and show graditude towards those you want to help you:
A Muslim Man from Darbanga Bihar is seen giving serious threat to PM Modi that if these illegal immigrants are not welcomed and pampered in India then he and other Muslims will kill all hindus and destroy India. Here is the Video posted on twitter by Sonam Mahajan clearly stating the anti national statement.
Muslim man warns PM Modi, says, "Help Rohingyas or we will wipe out Hindus & this country from world map."
“Rohingya terrorists killed our parents calling it a sacrifice to Allah.”~ Hindu survivors from Myanmar.