Be careful Moe Thee Zun dividing groups_MDCFAေခါင္းေထာင္အင္းစိန္ေထာင္တြင္အစာငတ္ခံဆႏၵႃပေန

ABDSF student 1988( Htay Naing ) was killed by Moe Thee Zun, real name Myo Than Htut and his group 1994 in North of Thailand.So, His mother opened the case at North of New Dagon Police Station now.
OMG KILLER BACK IN TOWN -Be careful he,s dividing groups and brings violence- DON,T TRUST HIM ITS ONLY HE WANT BE SUPERSTAR





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Monk on hunger strike for the release of all political prisoners


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A senior monk Rakhawantha staged a hunger strike in front of Maha Bandoola Garden in downtown Yangon yesterday morning, demanding all political prisoners to be released on the anniversary of the 88 Student Uprising on August 8.

“I want to request the government to release all the remaining political prisoners on the silver anniversary of the ’88 Uprising. I will be on a hunger strike until all the political prisoners have been released,” said senior monk Rakhawantha.

The monk said he believes that the release of political prisoners in batches is only a political game and the public will only have view the government differently only after the remaining political prisoners have been released.

He did not apply for permission from the authorities to stage the protest because he did not intend to move around from his place during his protest.

The monk was one of the peace activists who marched from Yangon to Laiza earlier this year.

Dr Zarni Vs Rick Heizman

My response to Dr.Zarni’s pathetic attempt to vilify, accuse, and lie – which is his standard way – in a couple of recent Facebook posting.Maung Zarni wrote:
I knew Rick Heizman from 1990s onward. One hell of an anti-Muslim American racist from the San Francisco Bay Area. The Burmese exiles and expats loath him, according to my close friends there.
I respond:
I met him once, maybe twice – he certainly doesn’t ‘know me’, and I’ve paid very little attention to him because of his vitriol and his useless writing. He was and is insignificant. I laughed when I read that the Burmese in San Francisco Area and throughout the US loath me – I am know far and wide in the Burmese communities and thanked by so many, every time I attend a function, I received many awards and recognition from the Burmese groups, my wife (Burmese) and I are invited and sponsored to perform at Burmese events throughout the US, I’m on boards and committees, and I’m known and respected by the many monks that I know throughout the US. It is Dr. Zarni who is loathed, hated, and despised by the Burmese – and almost anyone knows that. And he mentioned ‘according to his close friends’ but he is known to have so few if any burmese friends.

rick heizman
rick heizman

Zarni wrote:
He is now spreading his hatred of Islam to Burma proposing the most pathetic idea of population swaps (Bangladeshi-born Rakhines and the Rohingyas of Myanmar).
I respond: critique, culpability, and pointing out responsibility does not equal hatred – except to many Muslims and their supporters such as Dr Zarni – are trying to eliminate critique and examination of Islam, and even make it illegal and punishable to do so.
Zarni says, ‘pathetic idea of population swaps’ , but reality is that it already is in progress. There are groups of Bangladeshi Buddhists arriving weekly to the Burmese border of Rakhine State and Bangladesh, and these refugees are fleeing terrible violence and harassment and they are accepted and taken into Arakan and welcomed – and it is extremely clear that these people will not be any trouble at all – they share the same language, customs, Buddhism.
And, there are many many Bengali Muslims who try to get into Bangladesh, and either succeed or are turned around and rejected by the Bangladesh Military even though they share the same language, food, customs and religion.
The population exchange idea that we put out is NOT a forced exchange, but will be successful because there will be incentives – such as ample money for each and every family or individual.
There may be people who have good reason to stay – and the plan will allow for that.
Imagine – Rakhine State -a beautiful and historic land, no village burnings, no brutal killings of monks, women and others.
similar – Bangladesh.
Zarni wrote: Scary, no?
I respond: What’s wrong with people living in harmony and with fear-free future? What’s wrong with Zarni?

Bomb blast rocks Buddhist Temple Ekayana Buddhist Vihara in Jakarta, Indonesia


A letter reading “We heard Rohingya’s screams,” was found inside one of the bomb packages, Religious Affairs Minister Suryadharma Ali


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The police questioned eight witnesses Monday morning as Indonesian officials pushed for the swift arrest of terrorists accused of damaging “the peaceful spirit of the holy month of Ramadan.” Investigators were searching for those involved in the bombing on Monday morning, National Police chief Gen. Timur Pradopo said

Security cameras at the Ekayana Buddhist Center captured footage of an unidentified man dropping off two packages containing low-grade bombs moments before Sunday night’s explosion, a head monk at the West Jakarta temple said.

The man entered the Duri Kepa temple during a crowded sermon Sunday night, placing one bomb near a shoe rack and another behind a statue of the Maitreya Buddha before leaving, Bhikku Arya Maitri Mahatera said after watching the center’s closed-circuit security camera footage.

“The young man entered the temple and acted like any other member of the congregation,” Arya said.

Moments later a low-intensity bomb exploded near the center’s doors, injuring three people in a terrorist attack reportedly stemming from anger over anti-Muslim violence in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.

“When the blast happened, people were praying and they were very calm because they just thought it was a firecracker,” Arya said.

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Religious Affairs Minister Suryadharma Ali said the perpetrators of Sunday’s bombing of Ekayana Buddhist Vihara in West Jakarta did not respect the sanctity of the Muslim holy month of Ramadhan and could therefore be considered “accursed and barbaric”.

“The faithful should not be inflamed by the incident,” Suryadharma told journalists in Jakarta on Monday as quoted by Antara news agency.

The minister said it was hoped that the bombing would not disrupt relations between Muslims and Buddhists.

“I urge all religious followers not to be provoked by the incident,” said Suryadharma.

The minister visited the Buddhist temple shortly after the attack on Sunday evening. He stayed at the location for around 30 minutes to inspect parts of the building damaged in the attack. The temple gate was closed immediately after the religious affairs minister left the location

Police increased security in and around the temple following the blasts.

A loud boom was heard at Ekayana Vihara, which is located in a residential compound in Duri Kepa, West Jakarta, at around 8 p.m. local time on Sunday. (ebf)

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ABSDF leaders and Government sign State Level Ceasefire agreement


Cho Cho Kyaw Nyein . Her son was one of the victim and she is telling naing aung that he should take the responsibility what he did
Cho Cho Kyaw Nyein . Her son was one of the victim and she is telling naing aung that he should take the responsibility what he did


Documents Collection ABSDF North Case-Killing Comrades(Spycase)



Signing a State Level Ceasefire agreement between Government and ABSDF leaders

Myanmar’s government and the All Burma Students Democratic Front (ABSDF) have reached a four-point agreement, which includes a ceasefire, the opening of liaison offices and holding peace talks.
The agreement was reached during a state-level peace meeting between the Union Peacemaking Work Committee and ABSDF at the Myanmar Peace Centre in Yangon on Monday.
The government’s side was led by minister Aung Min, Khin Yi and Ohn Myint, Lower House MP Thein Zaw and Lieutenant General Thet Naing Win from the Defence Services. The ABSDF’s delegation was headed by chairman Yebaw Than Khe, vice chairman Yebaw Myo Win and general secretary Yebaw Hsan Ni.
“We will work together in Myanmar’s political and democratic reforms. The government and the ABSDF are no longer enemies. We have become close friends. The agreement we have reached now is a milestone in history,” Aung Min said.  Continue reading “ABSDF leaders and Government sign State Level Ceasefire agreement”