ALERT: Rohyngias going to LIE again in London UK

They are going to LIE again in UK to get support from the people who don’t know about them!
This leaflet is flying around the London

Sat,25Aug,2012 6pm ( Public Talk ) Burma Massacre ( SHEIKH HASINA ABADONS ROHINGYA MUSLIMS ) adress – THE WATERILLY 69-89 Mild End Road,London E1 4 T T

Public Talk for illegal immigrants and Terrorists from Bangladesh

Over 100 Arakanese have held a demonstration protesting against the UN and INGOs on Sunday

Yangon: Over 100 Arakanese have held a demonstration protesting against the UN and INGOs on Sunday marching along the street in Rangoon holding banners and placards.

“We held a demonstration on Sunday morning, marching from Central Street in San Chaung Township through Shin Saw Pu Street up to Pyiy Street. Over 100 people, some wearing our campaign T shirts, participated in our demonstration”, said Ko Se Thu, one of the organizers.

About 50 of the demonstrators wore T-shirts that read “We love Justice, UN/INGO Stop Discriminations against Arakanese”, while holding placards and banners that read “Don’t Bring Terrorism to Our Land” and “Stop Creating Conflicts in Arakan”, etc.

Ko Se Thu said, “We have held this demonstration because the UN and other INGOs operating in Arakan State are unfair and are perpetuating discrimination against the Arakanese people.”

He said the police forces served as security for the demonstrators during the procession because they had been granted official
permission to hold the demonstration peacefully from the authorities.

The demonstrators are also said to have made eight-point demands to the UN and INGOs that are operating in Arakan State during their demonstration.

Their demands are: (1) To stop discrimination against the Arakanese People, (2) To comply with the President’s decisions, (3) To respect the sovereignty of Burma, (4) To stop creating conflicts in Arakan State, (5) To stop bringing terrorism to Arakan State, (6) To stop abusing the citizens while encouraging the illegal immigrants in Arakan State, (7) To stop unfair activities and (8) To stop abusing the rights of citizens in Arakan State.

“Many journalists came to our demonstration  and the officials of the UNHCR and other INGOs have witnessed our demonstration as well”, said Ko Se Thu.

The demonstration began at 11.30 and was concluded at midday.


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About 10 government battalions surrounding Shan base

MONDAY, 20 AUGUST 2012 13:17 NMHO

Photos of Shan State Army (SSA) troops surrendering to United Wa State Army (UWSA) on the internet. This is a deliberate provocation for war by a faction leader in order to reconcile all the factions within the virtually leaderless Wa group, says a source close to the Wa leadership. He pleads with the Shans not to fall for it. (SHAN)


Since July 21, when Maj Gen Aung Kyaw Zaw, Commander of Lashio-based Northeastern Region Command issued an ultimatum to Shan State Progress Party / Shan State Army (SSPP/SSA) to withdraw from the current active territory within 5 days or else there would be operations in the areas, there is as yet no clashes. But, not less than 9 battalions of Burma Army have been surrounding the SSPP/SSA headquarters in Wan Hai Village in Kehsi township, reported a source close to the SSA.

“There are 5 battalions of Burma Army in Monghsu-Tangyan border areas, and 4 battalions in Kehsi-Hsipaw border areas. No clashes have taken place and the area appear to be quiet. At our headquarters, we are giving trainings to officers and men on required knowledge,” said one of the SSPP/SSA officials.

Tactical Operations Command # 2 (TOC-2) under Mong Nawng-based Military Operations Command # 2 (MOC-2) is building bases around Monghsu with Namzang-based Light Infantry Battalion (LIB) 516 and Mongpawn-based LIB-517. The 3 other battalions under North Eastern Command: LIB-322, Infantry Battalion (IB) 127 and  LIB-326 are setting up bases around SSPP/SSA’s 7 Mile hill-base near Namlao, Tangyan township.

Likewise, on the Kehsi-Hsipaw border, IB-22, LIB-513, LIB-247 and LIB-131 are seen by sources constructing bases east of Wanhai.

“There is no further contact from U Thein Zaw (the SSPP’s opposite number in Naypyitaw for peace talks) for the next meeting. There is also no battles at the moment,” said SSPP/SSA spokesperson, Major Sai La.

Despite the ceasefire agreements, government troops have been attacking RCSS/SSA in more than 30 engagements and at least in 23 engagements with SSPP/SSA.

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