Saturday, December 30, 2017

Rohingya Massacre Continues Despite Signed Memorandum of Understanding

The Human Rights Watch have called for UN access into Myanmar for a UN-Fact Finding Mission that was previously denied by the Myanmar government. The call follows a violation in the signed Memorandum of Understanding (Nov. 23) between Bangladesh and Myanmar.
The Burmese military just days after the signed Memorandum destroyed buildings in five villages belonging to the Rohingya people in the Rakhine state of Myanmar. Since August when the violence began, a total of 354 villages have now been destroyed.

Human Rights organizations have condemned the government, led by peace award winner Aung San Suu Kyi, for failing to stop the violence. The Memorandum was meant to provide safe passage for displaced persons of the Rohingya crisis from Bangladesh back into Myanmar.
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However, the “genocide” as described by the UN high commissioner against the Rohingya Muslims by the Burmese military still continues.
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