We are Burmese!
When riots in Meikhtilar Township in Myanmar happened, almost every media and international organizations including UN, HRW, echoed about it and some even exaggerated the happenings, labeling ethnic cleansing, genocide, Muslims in Myanmar are brutally massacred, or something like that……., But, Why are they silent than normal about current massacres in Malaysia targeting to Myanmar Buddhists? How many lives must the Burmese Buddhists sacrifice further to put the happenings on pages and screens? Please show the so-called RIGHTS you all repeatedly use whenever you get every chance to make the Burmese Buddhists dishonorable in every pages and every screens worldwide.
WHY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA AND MALAYSIA NEWS DON,T SAY THAT,S BURMESE BUDDHISTS HAVE BEEN KILLED,IF YOU NOT INFORMED YOU READ NEWS FROM IRRAWADDY AND MALAYSIA AS BUDDHISTS KILLED MUSLIM, SHAME!!!!!!!!
HRW – Human Rights Watch အဖြဲ႕အေၾကာင္းပါ၊ အၾကမ္းဖက္မႉကိုအားေပးတဲ့သူေတြကို HRW ကေရြးခ်ယ္ျပီးဆုေပးတဲ႔အတြက္ေဝဖန္ခံေနရပါတယ္၊ ဒိအဖြဲ႕ဟာေဆာ္ဒီကသေငွးေတြဆီကရန္ံု ပံုေငြနဲ႔ရပ္တည္ေနပါတယ္။ ဖတ္ၾကည့္ပါ။
Shame on Human Rights Watch – Who finance you?
A delegation from Human Rights Watch was recently in Saudi Arabia. To investigate the mistreatment of women under Saudi Law? To campaign for the rights of homosexuals, subject to the death penalty in Saudi Arabia? To protest the lack of religious freedom in the Saudi Kingdom? To issue a report on Saudi political prisoners?
No, no, no, and no. The delegation arrived to raise money from wealthy Saudis by highlighting HRW’s demonization of Israel. An HRW spokesperson, Sarah Leah Whitson, highlighted HRW’s battles with “pro-Israel pressure groups in the US, the European Union and the United Nations.” (Was Ms. Whitson required to wear a burkha, or are exceptions made for visiting anti-Israel “human rights” activists”? Driving a car, no doubt, was out of the question.)
Apparently, Ms. Whitson found no time to criticize Saudi Arabia’s abysmal human rights record. But never fear, HRW “recently called on the Kingdom to do more to protect the human rights of domestic workers.
There is nothing wrong with a human rights organization worrying about maltreatment of domestic workers. But there is something wrong when a human rights organization goes to one of the worst countries in the world for human rights to raise money to wage lawfare against Israel, and says not a word during the trip about the status of human rights in that country. In fact, it’s a virtual certainty that everyone in Whitson’s audience employs domestic servants, giving her a perfect, untaken opportunity to boast about HRW’s work in improving the servants’ status. But Whitson wasn’t raising money for human rights, she was raising money for HRW’s propaganda campaign against Israel.